Our Visual Computing research group works in a broad range of subjects in the areas of visual computing since its establishment in 1992. The group has grown to a team of 11 academics and over 30 researchers and research students.
The Visual Computing group has contributed a large collection of novel techniques and significant breakthroughs in the fields of Data Visualization, Computer Vision, Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence, Visual Analytics, Data Science, Computer Graphics, Interaction and GPU programming.
The group follows an ambitious and curiosity driven programme to develop new algorithms and methods, as well as advanced software techniques and tools. It has on-going collaborative research projects with scientists from around the world and is actively involved in knowledge transfer and industrial applications. The group accesses dedicated research labs (Visualisation Lab, Vision and Machine Learning Lab) with state-of-the-art workstations.