The Visualization and Intelligent Systems Laboratory (VISLab)
is involved in research in the following areas:
- Intelligent Systems
- Large Scale Camera Networks
- Automatic Object Recognition
- Learning in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
- Medical and Biological Image Analysis
- Multimodal Biometrics
- Image and Video Databases
- Autonomous Navigation
- Network Monitoring and Intrusion Detection
- Remote Sensing
VisLab undertakes research in computer vision, pattern recognition,
image processing, machine learning, artificial intelligence,
multimedia databases, robotics, man/machine interfaces, computer
graphics, and visualization. Current projects are in video networks, image database, biologically
inspired computation, biological/medical imaging and perception-based navigation and control.
Special Issues Call for Papers:
/ / Workshop on Distributed Video Sensor Networks
3D Ear Database: We have received many emails concerning the availability of the UCR Ear Recognition Database. We are trying to make this database
publicly available soon.
To New Post Doctoral Fellows
We are currently looking for Post Doctoral Fellows in several areas of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
Please send your resumes to Michael Caputo: email@example.com. Thank you very much.
To New Graduate Students Regarding Admissions:
Professor Bhanu and I have received large number of inquiries regarding graduate admission.
It is not possible to reply to all those inquiries. Please apply to appropriate departments. Professor Bhanu supervises students in Electrical Engineering,
Computer Science and Engineering, Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering. We are looking for outstanding applicants and we will select from those
who have applied and have put Dr. Bhanu's name on the application. Thank you very much.