The Computational Vision and Geometry Lab (CVGL) at Stanford is directed by Prof. Silvio Savarese. Our research addresses the theoretical foundations and practical applications of computational vision. Our interest lies in discovering and proposing the fundamental principles, algorithms and implementations for solving high level visual recognition and reconstruction problems such as object and scene understanding as well as human behavior recognition in the complex 3D world.
Here are some highlights from our featured projects:
- Three papers have been accepted to the upcoming ICCV 2013 conference— congratulations to B. Kim, M. Sun, W. Huang, and R. Tokola!
- Silvio Savarese and his collaborators— Prof. Mani Golparvar-Fard (UIUC) and Prof. Feniosky Pena-Mora (Columbia University)— have been awarded the 2013 J. James R. Croes Medal from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for the paper “Integrated Sequential As-Built and As-Planned Representation with D4AR Tools in Support of Decision-Making Tasks in the AEC/FM Industry”.
- Four papers (including two oral presentations) have been accepted to the upcoming CVPR 2013 conference— congratulations to W. Choi, Y.-W. Chao, S. Bao, B. Kim, S. Xu, and R. Mittelman!
- Our work on collective activity recognition and tracking has been featured in Communications of the ACM and other popular science portals (ACM TechNews, MyScience.cc).
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Assistant: Alex Sandra Pinedo
Email: asandra at cs dot Stanford dot edu
Phone: (650) 721-6625
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