GENERAL

GPU4Vision is a project founded by the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision , Graz University of Technology. For general questions, please send us an email .

TU Graz

In world-wide competition with comparable institutions, Graz University of Technology pursues top teaching and research in the fields of the engineering sciences and the technical-natural sciences. An integral part of putting together excellent education and training programs is knowing about the needs of society and the economy. Ultimately, the quality of the education and training at Graz University of Technology is carried by the strength of its knowledge-oriented and applied research. Numerous competence centers, the Christian-Doppler laboratories, special research fields, research focuses, and large EU projects are only a few examples of the University's extremely active and successful research.

ICG

ICG is the only Austrian academic group with the charter to address both Computer Vision and Computer Graphics, and is carefully nurturing a culture of Digital Visual Information Processing to resolve the artificial boundaries between computer graphics and computer vision. The research at ICG is focused on following topics: Computer Graphics, Medical Computer Vision, Object Recognition, Object Reconstruction, Robotics, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.

PEOPLE

Please feel free to contact the researchers directly:

Thomas Pock

Thomas Pock is assistant professor at the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision and leading the variational methods group at the institute. He received a MSc and a PhD degree in computer science from Graz University of Technology in 2004 and 2008, respectively. His research interests include variational methods with application to segmentation, optical flow, stereo, registration as well as its efficient implementation on graphics processing units.

Horst Bischof

Horst Bischof is professor at the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision. His research interests include object recognition, visual learning, visual surveillance and biometrics, medical computer vision, visual robotics and adaptive methods for computer vision

Stefan Heber

Stefan Heber is researcher at the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision. His research interests include variational methods with higher order regularization for segmentation, inpainting and 3d reconstruction.

Rene Ranftl

René Ranftl is a researcher at the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision. His research interests include variational methods with a particular focus on optical flow, stereo estimation and 3D reconstruction as well as their efficient implementation on graphics processing units.

Gottfried Graber

Gottfried Graber is researcher at the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision. His research interests include variational methods with a focus on 3D reconstruction, stereo estimation and optical flow and their efficient implementation on GPUs.

 

FORMER MEMBERS

  • Markus Grabner
  • Jakob Santner
  • Werner Trobin
  • Manuel Werlberger
  • Markus Unger

COOPERATIONS

Here you can find links to our honoured research partners from other universities as well as our industrial partners.

Technische Universität München

Daniel Cremers, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Fakultät für Informatik, Technische Universität München

Centre des Mathematiques
		                                            Appliquees

Antonin Chambolle, Centre des Mathematiques Appliquees Palaiseau, France

HS-ART

HS-ART, Graz (Austria)

Alicona

Alicona Imaging, Graz (Austria)

Joanneum

Joanneum Research, Graz (Austria)