Month: March 2014

Motion Estimation Revisited: an Estimation-Theoretic Approach

Place: Large Lecture Room Affiliation: VSI Lab, U Frankfurt, Germany,  and Computer Vision Laboratory, Linköping University, Sweden.   The talk and the associated present paper analyze some previously unexplored aspects of motion estimation that are fundamental both for discrete block matching as well as

HealthCare and Photonics Network Event

Yesterday, Wednesday 26th of March 2014, PhD. David Rotger, transfer technology manager at the CVC, attended the HealthCare & Photonics network event hold by SECPhO, the Southern Europe Cluster in Photonics and Optics. There he had the opportunity to give

Barcelona Robotics Meeting 2014

March 22th 2014 the Barcelona Robotics meeting will be hold at Plaça Calaunya. The main purpose is to become a large annual showroom where service robotics is shown to the general public, an space to show the robotics reality and

The successful visit of ENSIL students

Friday 21th of March 2014 at 11:00h, 20 telecommunications and electronic students at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Limoges (ENSIL), France interested in the Computer Vision Center (CVC) activity came to visit our institution. First, Professor Maria Varnell, CVC

Context, regularized expert stacking, and transductive inference for large-scale action recognition in video

Place: Large Lecture Room Affiliation: Computer Vision Centre, Barcelona. Spain.   In this seminar I will discuss the recent participation by my former research group at the University of Florence in the THUMOS Competition on Action Recognition with a Large Number of Classes. The

CVC Visit from Students at ENSIL

Students at (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Limoges) France of telecomunications and electronics will be visiting the CVC. Their main objective is to have an international view of their possible futur jobs.

Escolab 2013-2014

On February 26th, the CVC will be visited by some students (Computer Science Students) interested in research and innovation in the field of Computer Vision. Through a theoretical and practical workshop led by Dr. Jorge Bernal will be learning about

The successful visit of UNED students

Tuesday 18th of March 2014 at 17:00h, 15 computer science students at the UNED interested in the Computer Vision Center (CVC) activity came to visit our institution. Dr. David Rotger, knowledge transfer manager, showed them a presentation regarding our center

UNED computer science students Visit

Computer Science Students at UNED will be visiting the Computer Vision Center from 17:00h to 18:30h.  


Last Sunday, March 16th, the CVC went to the Espaiciència at Saló de l’Ensenyament, an exhibition to help young student to decide what they want to study after the high school. The Espaiciència is an area to participate in workshops