The focal point of my research is visual information processing, i.e., processing of various forms of signals that eventually are perceived by humans as visual stimuli. I have been involved in projects that span a very wide range of applications, from video analysis for colonoscopy monitoring, through spectral imaging for space explorations to 3-D IMAX movie enhancement. Recently, I have been involved in the following research thrusts:
- Visual Sensor Networks (VSNs): video analytics and forensics for homeland security, environmental and healthcare applications,
- Advanced Video Processing and Compression: next-generation methods for visual communication and surveillance,
- Next-Generation Human-Computer Interfaces: novel interfaces for user-computer interaction and user authentication,
- 3-D: capture, processing, compression and display of 3-D video on stereoscopic and multiview screens,
- Biomedical Imaging: analysis and visualization of biological and medical imaging data.
For more information on the above research thrusts please visit the Visual Information Processing (VIP) Laboratory web page, and more specifically its projects section.
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