Imperial College London - Inaugural Photographs - 13 August 2013

Visual Information Processing research covers a range of topics including vision, graphics, intelligent behaviour understanding, and biomedical image computing. The work of the section has led to more than 8 best paper awards at major international conferences (IEEE FG, ICRA, ISMAR, MICCAI, SensorComm) and attracted four Marie Curie fellows.

The group has pursued a successful strategy of growth in several key areas:  novel modelling and filtering approaches for SLAM and real-time dense scene mapping. Intelligent behavior understanding, novel approaches to facial action and emotion prediction as well as novel approaches to robust face alignment, tracking and expression recognition, biomedical imaging computing, robotics & sensing, and appearance modelling for realistic computer graphics.

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