The Visual and Data-Intensive Computing team is dedicated to the research and development of innovative solutions for the acquisition, creation, processing, distribution and exploration of complex and/or massive datasets and 3D environments.
We are particularly interested in the creation of:
- widely applicable enabling technologies for scalable processing and analysis of data (big data, data analytics, automation, machine learning, distributed computing);
- visual computing systems and methods (computer graphics, scientific visualization, computer vision, image processing, innovative display solutions and human-computer interfaces);
- specialized solutions for the acquisition, integration, distribution and analysis of data in the context of industrial processes, health and biomedical research (data modelling and management, clinical interoperability, traceability, reproducibility, data provenance).
Although our work is generally cross-cutting to many application domains, we are particularly active in the fields of urban computing, bioinformatics, health informatics and cultural heritage.
ViC @ CRS4
Due to the importance of visual information for humans, visual computing is at the very core of the technologies enabling the modern information society. Our research activities span many areas of visual computing, and encompass such topics as computer graphics, image processing, display and user interface design, computer vision, and scene understanding. [...]
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