Research in the Computational Imaging Lab (CIL) of Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at University of Central Florida bridges the three main areas of Image/Video Processing, Computer Vision, and Machine Learning. CIL’s mission is to promote state-of-the-art research and highest quality education on the intersection of these three areas of computer science and engineering. Recent research at CIL has focused on 3D modeling, imaging sensors, space imaging, medical imaging, subspace clustering, compressive sensing, deep learning, big data analytics, and the connection between visual information and the natural language semantics and ontology. Projects in CIL are funded by NSF, NASA, DoD, and industry. 


Featured Project: Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) project was selected in 2012 to receive a $64M grant from NASA’s Explorers program for flight as a mission of opportunity. Dr. Foroosh leads the mission's Science Data Center at UCF. This is the largest single grant in the history of UCF. GOLD will study the magnetic storms and the space weather using an ultraviolet multi-spectral imager that will be launched into the geostationary orbit in 2017.


Datasets: UCF-CIL Action Dataset

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Latest:

-Three new papers accepted in CVPR 2015

-Two new papers accepted in ICIP 2015

-Three new papers accepted in the IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, 2015

-A new paper accepted in the IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 2015

-Dr. Foroosh is promoted to the rank of full professor, taking effect in August 2015.

-Dr. Foroosh received the Research Incentive Award (RIA) for the 2nd time.

-Nov. 2014: Dr. Foroosh was inducted to the UCF Millionaires Club of 2014.

-See our new paper accepted in CVIU on view-invariant action recognition, 2014.

-Dr. Foroosh received the Teaching Incentive Program Award (TIP) for the 2nd time.

- 2012: Dr. Foroosh is co-investigator in the largest single grant in the history of UCF. The NASA project known as GOLD, is a $64M mission that will launch a high-resolution ultraviolet imager into the geostationary orbit in 2017, in order to study magnetic storms and the space weather and their impact on the ionosphere and thermosphere.



Sponsors: NSF, NASA, DIA, ONR, and Industry.


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