• Terrain visualization

  • Motion analysis

  • Augmented reality

  • Mobile devices development

  • Emergency management systems

  • Stereoscopic vision

AMILab accepted at MMVR conference
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 09:11

The software AMILab will be presented at the MMVR conference in february 2012, which is part of the CORE conference list.

 
Top Ranked Papers of 2010 on Computer Vision
Thursday, 28 July 2011 14:06

The paper entitled "Morphological snakes" by Luis Alvarez, Luis Baumela, Pedro Henríquez and Pablo Marquez presented in the 23rd IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. San Francisco, USA. June 13-18, 2010 is in the top ranked paper list published by Sciwear, taking into account all conferences in Computer Vision in 2010. Visit Sciwear website

 
4 Researchers from the CTIM Obtain Six Years Positive Evaluation from the ANECA
Thursday, 28 July 2011 13:32

Luis Alvarez, Luis Mazorra, Javier Sánchez and Agustín Trujillo, researchers from the CTIM, have obtained a positive evaluation for a period of six years, in the last call of the Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Actividad Investigadora (ANECA).

 
Most Influential Paper over the Decade Award
Thursday, 28 July 2011 12:10

At the MVA 2011 Conference (June 13-15, 2011, Nara, Japan), a Most Influential Paper over the Decade Award has been given to Luis Alvarez, Rachid Deriche, Javier Sánchez, and Joachim Weickert for their MVA 2000 paper ''Dense Disparity Map Estimation Respecting Image Derivatives: A PDE and Scale-Space Based Approach.'  

 
CTIM Logo Creation
Wednesday, 15 June 2011 13:48

The CTIM has completed the process of creating its logo. It has been a participatory process, in which several members have proposed different ideas, reaching a total of 29 logos. The winning logo was proposed by Pedro Henriquez. This logo is circular in shape, with a continuous semicircle at the bottom, which is then discretized in the form of pixels. The second logo was also proposed by Pedro Henríquez, with an appearance similar to the above but with a finer gradient between the continuous and discrete. The third was an improvement proposed by Karl Krissian and Carlos Falcón, who introduced an ellipse around the logo. The voting result for this first phase can be viewed at the following link: Vote logos...

 
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