Computer Vision and Robotics Research Group
Computing Science, University of Alberta
Our research group performs research in several areas of
computer vision, robotics and medical imaging. In computer
vision, we design methods for dynamic vision (tracking,
visual servoing, on-line 3D modeling from images, dynamic
textures). In medical imaging, we look at applications of
variational methods and PDEs for various tasks like
segmentation, registration, tumor growth prediction on MRI
and DTI (tensor) data.
In robotics, we design and build
vision-based software for autonomous and semi-autonomous
control of manipulators and mobile manipulators. We focus
on applications for unstructured environments.
Vision and Robotics: Wednesdays 12pm, CSC 3-49 [reading group] (every other week)
Medical Imaging: Thursdays 3pm, CSC 3-49 [reading group] (every other week)