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Novel Image Retouching Techniques

This project will produce novel techniques to empower user’s creativity and flexibility in manipulating images. more...

Supervisor(s): Feng, David (Professor), Wang, Zhiyong (Dr)

5D light field video processing for robust robotic vision

This work will develop algorithms that enable robots to benefit from the rich information captured by emerging light field video cameras. more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Developing new imaging devices to help robots see and do

This work will develop specialised imaging devices to improve robotic perception in challenging conditions. more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Long-range robotic imaging in participating media

This project will push the limits of long-range vision in participating media including fog and water, expanding the range of conditions under which robots can be safely deployed. A more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Using machine learning to give robots new kinds of visual sensing

This work will develop the machine learning techniques and principles needed for robots to automatically interpret and benefit from a broad range of emerging imaging technologies. more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Whole-system robotic perception: From photons to actions

This work will build two-way information flows between the imaging, mapping, and control systems of a robot, allowing operation in previously inaccessible dynamic and interactive sp more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Ecologically relevant heuristics and problem-solving by mammals

Foraging involves decision-making and problem-solving, and this is especially relevant in novel landscapes such as cities exploited by native species or natural landscapes invaded b more...

Supervisor(s): McArthur, Clare (Associate Professor)

Developing marker-free head motion tracking for motion-compensated MRI of the brain

Even slight movement of the head during MRI can dramatically degrade the usability of the images. In this project you will develop a novel and highly accurate marker-free motion tra more...

Supervisor(s): Fulton, Roger (Associate Professor), Kyme, Andre (Dr)

Low-latency robotic imaging for fast driving, flight and manipulation

This work will develop new low-latency visual perception systems, enabling unprecedented levels of robotic autonomy where response time is critical. more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Automated 3-Dimensional Biomedical Registration for Whole-body Images from Combined PET/CT Scanners - Automatic Registration for 3D Whole-body Images from Combined PET/CT Scanners

More complete utilization of complementary information from modern multi-sensor medical imaging systems to facilitate a better clinical decision making. more...

Supervisor(s): Feng, David (Professor), Wang, Xiu Ying (Dr)