We are proudly announcing that Professor Ivan Viola has joined VCC as an Associate Professor of Computer Science in November, 2018. He is establishing the Nano-visualization Research Group as a part of the Visual Computing Center.
Teaching has the power to test the limits of one's knowledge. Teaching algorithms to learn using machine learning is making it possible for cars to do away with human drivers in the near future, but this has also opened up new questions about the limits of our knowledge of the brain and learning.
The Visual Computing Center would like to welcome back Professor Helmut Pottmann who recently rejoined the center in October 2018.
Nanovisualization Research Group is hiring scientific staff on the levels of Research Scientist, Postdoctoral Fellow, and Graduate Student.
Follow the links to apply for the respective position:
- Research Scientist position
- Postdoctoral Fellow
- Graduate Student
Four hundred hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. Other than using text to search the title, description or tags associated with a video, video content search is limited. In addition to helping users find content more quickly and accurately, the ability to search video content is of paramount importance to video platforms and advertisers.
Small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are ideal capturing devices for high-resolution urban 3D reconstructions using multi-view stereo. Nevertheless, practical considerations such as safety usually mean that access to the scan target is often only available for a short amount of time, especially in urban environments.