The Vision and Image Processing Group is concerned with wide ranging application based issues
|Developing distributed Java applications in the field of bioinformatics and clinical genetics||Dr Carl Evans|
|Developing tools to aid visual interpretation of dysmorphic anomalies in children with birth defects||Dr Carl Evans and Ian Bradford|
|Virtual reality keyhole surgery simulation: human factors and use in training and assessment of surgeons||Dr Peter Passmore and William Cosh|
|Development of robust usable systems for segmentation of multi-modal medical imaging data||Dr Peter Passmore|
|Applying computer vision techniques to guide a real-time navigation system for the visually impaired||Dr Shahedur Rahman|
|A conceptual object modelling for human gene disorder database with intelligent variance analysis||Dr Shahedur Rhman and Nawaz Khan|
|Development of a Semantic Driven Content-based image retrieval system for 3D PET images||Dr Xiaohong Gao and Stephen Batty|
|Development of a real-time detection system for traffic signals||Dr Xiaohong Gao and Kunbin Hong|
|Development of better imaging methods in electrical impedance tomography||Dr Robert Etttinger|
|Developing and applying image processing techniques to enchance Geographical Information Systems||Dr Peter Passmore, Dr Shahedur Rahman and Kamal|
We have collaborations with a wide range of institutions including the Institute of Child Health (UCL), St Mark’s, St Mary’s and Hammersmith Hospitals (Imperial College).
Funding has been from the EPSRC, the Birth Defects Foundation, Oxford University Press Electronic Publishing, and Middlesex University.