Video and Image Processing (VIP) Lab
The Video and Image Processing (VIP) lab is engaged with research on mathematical modeling of image and video signals.
On the one hand, understanding fundamental properties of image and video signals could facilitate their acquisition, storage, transmission, manipulation and analysis in various engineering applications.
On the other hand, image/video models could also shed new insights to the mystery of human vision systems, which connects to the research in vision and neuroscience.
Our current focus is to develop similarity-based regularization techniques for the class of natural images and develop novel nonlocal image processing algorithms.
VIP faculty teach courses on Advanced Image Processing (EE565),Wavelets and Filter Banks (EE591), Digital Video Processing (EE569) and Multimedia Systems (CS558).
Xin Li, Assistant Professor