Visual Computing and Image Processing Lab
Oklahoma State University

Imaging, Processing, Inferencing and Learning


Latest News

On Oct.28, one journal paper on image dehazing authored with Dr. Zhigang Liang is accepted by Neurocompung.
On Oct.2, two papers authored by Liangjiang and Brian are accepted by ISVC as oral presentations.
In Sept, VCIPL welcomes two visiting scholars from China, Dr. Guangxin Li from Xidian Univ. and Dr. Dan Xu from Jiangsu Univ..
On Sept  29, one journal paper on image clustering for social event detection authored by Dr. Bin Xu is accepted by Scientific Programming.
A paper co-authored with Dr. Guangfeng Lin is published in Pattern Recognition, Vol. 53, May 2016.

In memory of
Narges Nourain

Welcome to VCIPL

Visual Computing and Image Processing Lab (VCIPL) at Oklahoma State University (OSU) is dedicated to both fundamental and applied research in the areas of machine learning, computer vision, image processing, pattern recognition, and the their applications in multimedia, biomedical imaging and remote sensing data analysis. In particular, we are interested in inference and learning problems involving geometry, shape, appearance, kinematics, dynamics, and semantics, which are essential for many vision tasks both at the object-level, such as object detection, recognition, localization, tracking, and at the scene-level, video mining and image/video understanding.

VCIPL was founded in 2001, and Dr. Guoliang Fan was appointed as the lab director. The VCIPL is now located in ATRC233 with more than 600 square feet space. Since 2001, VCIPL has been funded by OSU, Environmental Institute, NSF, NASA, OCAST, and Army Research Office (ARO), etc.

Oklahoma State University (OSU)

OSU Environmental Institute (EI)

Oklahoma NASA EPSCoR
 Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science & Technology (OCAST)

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Army Research Office





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