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  • Computer Vision and Multimedia Lab


    The group has been active in the University of Pavia since the early 70s, first concentrating on image enhancement and restoration techniques, broadening then to high-level image processing domains. read more

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    Dip. Ingegneria Industriale e dell'Informazione, Univ. Pavia
    Via Ferrata 5 - 27100 Pavia, Italy
    Tel: +39 0382 985372/985486 - Fax: +39 0382 985373 - Email: web-vision@unipv.it

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    Bioinformatics is one of the areas of scientific research currently expanding where pattern recognition techniques can found application. For more information please visit the site of the GIRPR Technical Committee in Bioinformatics

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About Us

The Computer Vision & Multimedia Laboratory (CVML) has been active in the Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering of the University of Pavia since the early 70s. The group's initial research activities concentrated on image enhancement and restoration techniques, with a particular focus on medical imagery. Subsequently, the group's main efforts have been devoted to more advanced image processing functions, involving scene segmentation and shape characterization; a broad background has been acquired on low-level and intermediate-level vision tasks involving grey-level statistics and structural descriptions. Since the early 80s a new stream of research has been actively followed in the field of parallel architectures for vision and image processing. The group has meanwhile developed skills in high-level image processing domains, such as the management of knowledge description and learning capabilities for vision tasks.

Research, Projects and Awards

projects and awards

New research areas have been activated on Human Identification from Machine Learning to Artificial Intelligence, Deep Reinforcement Learning for collaborative robotics, Proteomics, Eye Tracking for human-computer interaction and biometrics, Digital Heritage and Digital Humanities exploiting 3D modelling techniques to promote dissemination and accessibility of cultural heritage. view more

PhD projects

Projects on gaze-based biometrics and convolutive neural networks applications to the classification and segmentation of biomedical images are now active. view more


Best PhD thesis, best paper, best student recognition, top 40 under 40, ... for a full list
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Press Room

La città virtuale con i tetti rossi come nel ’500. Il laboratorio di Computer Vision dell’ateneo ricostruisce Pavia, case e abitanti del passato” - da la Provincia Pavese - 21 dicembre 2017 view more

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Latest Events

29 2018 Nov

Marco Piastra, Università di Pavia
Prospettive dell'Intelligenza Artificiale

Aula Magna del Collegio Giasone del Maino, Pavia

22 2018 Nov

Roberto Marmo, Università di Pavia
Adversarial Machine Learning

IDC Cognitive & AI Summit 2018 - La nuova era dei processi intelligenti, a Milano

Latest Projects

Progetti in ambito Beni Culturali / Digital Humanities projects

Netytar a gaze-based Virtual Digital Musical Instrument (Virtual DMI)

FETCH - Future Education and Training in Computing: How to support learning at anytime anywhere

Research and development of eye-tracking and multimodal annotation techniques view more