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The MIPRCV Research Team includes more than 100 researchers (90 PhDs) from 10 Univiersities and other Research Institutions. These researchers are structured into 7 Research Groups, which are coordinated by a Technical Board, also in charge of supervising the Work Plan. The Project Coordinator is Enrique Vidal, who belongs to the PRHLT-ITI/UPV group, and the Project Manager is Elsa Cubel, from ITI/UPV.

 

  • Computer Vision Group (CV-CVC)

    Main Researcher: Ángel D. Sappa

    Comprised of researchers from the Computer Vision Center (CVC) and Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). The main areas of research are: Advanced driver assistance systems, robot vision, video sequence analysis.

  • Computer Vision and Digital Signal Processing Group (CVDSP-UJI)

    Main Researcher: Filiberto Pla

    Comprised of researchers of two groups; one from University Jaume I (UJI) and another from the University of Valencia (UV). Main areas of research are: Colour and multispectral images, dynamic modelling and scene understanding, biologically inspired image models, pattern analysis and machine learning, data mining, human motion understanding and biometrics, remote sensing medical imaging, augmented and mixed reality.

  • Computer Vision and Learning Group (CVL-UGR)

    Main Researcher: Rafael Molina

    Comprised of researchers of two groups from the University of Granada (UGR) and one from the University of the Basque Country (EHU). The main areas of research are: Image restoration, superresolution, shape and human-action recognition, probabilistic graphical models, information retrieval, evolutionary computation.

  • Pattern Recognition Group (PR-CVC)

    Main Researcher: Jordi Vitrià

    Comprised of researchers from the Computer Vision Center (CVC) and Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). The main areas of research are: Object (more specifically, face) recognition, medical imaging, document analysis, colour and texture analysis.

  • Pattern Recognition and Human Language Technology Group (PRHLT-ITI)

    Main Researcher: José Miguel Benedí

    Comprised of researchers from the Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI) of the Technical University of Valencia (UPV), and from the following universities: University of Valencia (UV), University Jaume I (UJI), University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) and University of the Basque Country (EHU). The main areas of research are: Machine translation, automatic speech recognition and understanding, statistical parsing, dialogue systems, text image recognition, computer vision, medical imaging, machine learning, data mining and biometrics.

  • Robotics and Perception Group (RP-IRI)

    Main Researcher: Alberto Sanfeliu

    Comprised of researchers of two groups: Artificial Vision and Intelligent Systems (2005-SGR-00937) and Robotics (2005-SGR-00038), from Spanish Scientific Research Council (CSIC) and the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC). The main areas of research are: Perception systems, mobile robotics and geometric methods in robotics.

  • Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision Group (PRCV-UV)

    Main Researcher: Francesc J. Ferri

    Comprised of researchers from the Universitat de València (UV). The main areas of research are: computational learning and pattern recognition, image analysis and visual information retrieval and robotics.

  • Computational Intelligence Group (CIG-UPM)

    Main Researcher: Pedro Larrañaga

    Comprised of researchers from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). The main areas of research are: data mining, bayesian networks, computer vision, multi-dimensional classification, interaction and optimization.

  • Associate Members
    Comprised of graduate students and other members of the official MIPRCV groups, who can not belong to the official MIPRCV team, but do otherwise actively collaborate with MIPRCV. If you are interested in becoming an associate member, please contact the Principal Investigator of the group you will join/work. Hence, this setting grants you a platform for your work, while drawing you into collaborations with MIPRCV researchers.

 

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