The Computer Vision Group carries out basic and
applied research in a wide range of areas in Computer Vision and Image
Processing. This includes motion analysis, stereo vision, image
segmentation, object recognition and 3D tracking and reconstruction,
in application areas such as Robotic Vision, Wearable Computing,
Medical Imaging, Biometrics and Animation.
We collaborate with many Industrial Partners and work with research groups in other Departments within the University, including Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Experimental Psychology and Biological Sciences. We also have close links with the Bristol Robotics Laboratory.
The Vision Group welcomes 5 new PhD students this October: David Hanwell, Jack Greenhalgh, Chris Beck, Rob Frampton and Shuda Li.
Two papers were presented at ECCV2010 on dynamic texture analysis and on archive film restoration.
Computer Vision Group
Dept of Computer Science,
University of Bristol
For more information about our work or opportunities to join or visit the group, email vision at cs.bris.ac.uk