The Vision and Learning Group at West Virginia University (WVUVL) is directed by Dr. Gianfranco Doretto and is part of the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.

Our group investigates new and fundamental problems and applications in computer vision and machine learning research. We develop novel techniques for endowing machines with high-level visual processing capabilities, much like humans use their visual system for action. We do so by deriving new machine learning and computational tools that account for the physics, semantics, and dynamics of the visual world. The outcome of this research is applicable to areas such as image and video analysis and reasoning, medical and biomedical imaging and data science applications, biometrics, autonomous navigation, robotics, and many others.

If you are interested to know more about the research carried out at WVUVL, please visit the research page, or browse the list of publications.