IPI: Image Processing and Interpretation

Welcome to IPI, the Image Processing and Interpretation Research Group of the department TELIN of the Faculty of Engineering (FirW) at Ghent University (Universiteit Gent).

News

Simon Van den Bossche featured in spring edition of e Vlaamse Scriptie Krant

Our research published in prestigious Nature journal

Best paper at S-Cube 2019

A new vacancy

Keynote at AutoSens 2019

Tags

CLASSIFICATION COMPILER Cameras Classification Decision trees Detectors Digital image processing Electron microscopy FCD Feature extraction GNSS GPS data Games Gesture recognition Ghent altarpiece H.264 Hyperspectral image Hyperspectral imaging Image Processing Image analysis Image quality assessment Image reconstruction Image segmentation Laser radar MRI Magnetic resonance imaging Markov Random Field Markov random fields Microsoft Research Cambridge-12 Kinect dataset Multi-camera Observer study Perceived image quality Psychophysics Quality assessment Quality metric Radio frequency Random Forest Real-time systems Remote sensing Segmentation Skeleton TV-broadcast Three-dimensional displays Training VIDEO Vectors Vegetation Visual hull adaptive game development automatic gesture recognition autonomous vehicles background subtraction big data brute-force classification strategy brute-force machine learning camera networks car sharing classification compressed sensing compression computer games computer vision cortical thickness crowdsourcing data quality deep learning deep-learning denoising detection dynamic gesture recognition electron microscopy exergaming feature extraction fusion gesture recognition gpu programming heterogeneous hardware human gesture classification hyperspectral hyperspectral image image analysis image classification image colour analysis image denoising image processing image quality image reconstruction image restoration image segmentation inpainting inverse tone mapping learning (artificial intelligence) leave-one-subject-out cross-validation low-rank medical video meetings multi-camera multi-camera tracking multi-slice object detection object tracking online continuous human gesture recognition optical radar parallel programming particle filter particle filtering (numerical methods) patient treatment physiotherapy prediction model prize random forests random processes real-time segmentation self-captured stealth game gesture dataset shape-from-silhouettes signal detection smart cameras smart city smartphones statistical analysis support vector machines sustainable mobility temporal dimension tracking transport planning upsampling vacancy vehicles vehicular network virtual restoration visual search wavelet transforms

Contact

  • +32 9 264 34 12
  • Building 3, UFO campus site, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
  • Monday-Friday 9:00 to 18:00
    Otherwise email to book an appointment