Center for Research in Comptuer Vision
Center for Research in Comptuer Vision

Celebrating 30 Years of REU in Computer Vision at UCF

Computer Vision Video Lectures


Selfie Data Set

Selfie data set contains 46,836 selfie images annotated with 36 different...


Video Segmentation

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Scene Labeling Using Sparse Precision Matrix

Semantic image segmentation, assigning a label from many....


Multi-Camera Video Analysis

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UCF Researchers Perform World's First Automated Mass-Crowd Count

Computers have scanned aerial photographs and conducted the....


Detecting Humans in Dense Crowd Images

Human detection in dense crowds is an important problem, as it is a prerequisite...


Geo-spatial Localization Using Google Street View

In this project a new system for image localization and location recognition in terms of ...


A Streakline Representation of Flow in Crowded Scenes

Based on the Lagrangian framework for fluid dynamics, a streakline representation of flow...


ALOV300++ New Multi-Object Tracking Dataset

There is a large variety of trackers, which have been proposed in the literature during the last two decades with some mixed success...


Tracking Wide Area UAV Videos

The problem that this project deals with is that of detection and tracking of large number of objects in Wide Area Surveillance (or WAS) data. WAS is aerial...


Classifying Web Videos using a Global Video Descriptor

Computing descriptors for videos is a crucial task in computer vision. In this work, we propose a global video descriptor for classification of realistic videos...


Simultaneous Video Stabilization and Moving Object Detection in Turbulence

Turbulence mitigation refers to the stabilization of videos...



UCF Computer Vision Ranked Among Top Ten
First NSF Grant Under BIGDATA
Award Nominations for Harish and AliAsghar
View our new CRCV Brochure
Dr. Shah Receives the inaugural UCF Luminary Award
UCF to Celebrate Success of 30- Year-Old NSF Funded Program
2 PAMI Papers Accepted
10 Papers Accepted at ICCV 2017
Final Examination of Waqas Sultani
Classic Papers in Multimedia: Dr. Shah's paper with his student Yun Zhai listed as top fourth by Google
IEEE SMC 2017 paper is accepted!
MICCAI 2017 paper is accepted: CardiacNET!
IPMI 2017 paper is accepted for publication!
CRCV research on crowd tracking highlighted in Science Magazine (AAAS)
Research and Experience for Teachers *Orange County and Seminole County High School Teachers*
Dissemination Workshop - Research Experience for Teachers, 2017
Dr. Shah receives the 2017 University Excellence in Research Award!
Dr. Dehghan receives award for Outstanding Dissertation
Dr. Shah receives the 2016 award for Faculty Excellence in Mentoring Doctoral Students
Apply for the High School Apprenticeship Program
30 Year Celebration of NSF REU in Computer Vision at UCF
July 17, 2017
Our CVPR 2017 papers
Dr. Bagci receives grant from the State of Florida, Department of Health
Fareeha Irfan selected as the 2017 Google Lime Scholar!
Apply for 2017 Research Experience for Teachers (RET) in Computer Vision
Apply for 2017 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Computer Vision
One ISMRM 2017 Abstract
IEEE Spectrum query on automated crowd counting
Two papers are accepted for publication in IEEE ISBI 2017!
The Science And Politics Of Counting The Crowds At The Inauguration And Women's March
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging paper is accepted for publication!
Deep Learning in Radiology
Dr. Bagci has received the "best reviewer award" from MICCAI 2016!
CALL FOR PAPERS - SPECIAL ISSUE: Computerized Methods in Molecular Imaging Analytics
ECCV-2016 Invited Tutorial Presentation: Segmentation and Tracking
Invited talk by Dr. Bagci at WMIC 2016
Dr. Bagci has 3 journal papers, 2 MICCAI papers and 1 RSNA paper accepted for publication
Prof. Gong Recieves Gift Grant from Adobe Systems
Our ECCV 2016 papers
Announcing Poster Day for NSF-funded sites at UCF
Announcing A New Book: Large-Scale Visual Geo-Localization
CRCV Congratulates Dr. Amir Zamir, CRCV Alumni, for receiving Best Student Paper award at CVPR 2016
Final Examination of Dong Zhang

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Past Seminars

Date Description
Oct 11 4:00PM Human-Machine Computer Vision Systems Transferring Human Capabilities to Visual Classifiers by Dr. Concetto Spampinato of the University of Catania PS160/161
August 2 11:00AM von Mises-Fisher Mixture Model-based Deep learning and its Application to Face Verification by Dr. Liming Chen of University of Lyon, France HEC 101
July 17 11:15AM Computational Imaging by Dr. Shree Nayar of Columbia University UCF Alumni Center
July 6 1:30PM Rate-invariant analysis of trajectories on Kendall shape space-applications to 3D action recognition and physical performance assessment by Dr. Boulbaba Ben Amor of Mines-Telecom Institute (IMT) Lille Douai, France HEC 119
May 18 3:00PM Towards Privacy Preserving Cameras by Dr. Sanjeev Jagannatha Koppal of University of Florida by Dr. Jean Ponce of Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France HEC 101
Feb 16 11:00AM General Geometric Models of Image Formation by Dr. Jean Ponce of Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France HEC 101
Dec 9 11:00AM From Cliques to Equilibria: Dominant-Set Clustering and Its Applications by Dr. Marcello Pelillo of Ca'Foscari University of Venice HEC 113
Nov 29 11:00AM On Advances in the Role of Differential Geometry in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition by Dr. Anuj Srivastava of Florida State University HEC 101
Nov 16 1:30PM Feedforward and feedback processes in visual recognition by Dr. Thomas Serre of Brown University HEC 101
Oct 20 4:30pm Scale Up Video understanding with Deep Neural Networks by Mr. Chuang Gan of Tsinghua University MSB 405
Sep 29 11:00am Weekly supervised learning from images and video by Dr. Ivan Laptev of INRIA, Paris HEC 101
Aug 12 3:00pm Local Zernike Moments: A New Representation for Face Recognition by Dr. Muhittin Gokmen of MEF University, Istanbul HEC 101
March 31 2:00pm Do shallow kernel methods match deep neural networks - and if not, what can the shallow ones learn from the deep ones? by Dr. Fei Shah of the University of California, Los Angeles HEC 101
Nov 10 3:00pm Magnetic Resonance Guided High Intensity Focused Ultrasound and Clinical Applications by Dr. Haydar Celik of the National Institutes of Health BA1 207
Nov 9 2:00pm Dancing chickens and gorillas in the lung: If I can see so much, why do I miss so much? by Dr. Jeremy Wolfe of Harvard Medical School HEC 101

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