The kick-off meeting of Fidipro Fellow project - Facial Behaviour Analysis “in-the-wild” (WildFace) - was held in Jan. 2016.
Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation has granted us two FiDiPro projects.
Our recent results in automatic analysis of hidden facial expressions have been
According to Web of Science, CMVS excels in producing highly-cited papers, which is a commonly used measure for breakthrough research.
The 2014 Jan Koenderink Prize has been granted to Professor Matti Pietikäinen, Dr. Abdenour Hadid, and University of Oulu alumni, Dr. Timo Ahonen (Nokia Research Center).
Adjunct Professor Esa Rahtu and Professor Matti Pietikäinen have contributed to a recent article, conducted jointly with the Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), University of Helsinki
CMV is offering several workshops in conjunction with the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2014) on September 6-7th in Zurich.
CMV is interested in joint proposals for the EU Innovation and Research Programme, Horizon 2020.
CMV succeeded well in the latest funding decisions made by the Academy of Finland.
CMV is searching for a promising candidate to work on Robust bi-modal biometrics (face and voice) under spoofing attacks
Center for Machine Vision Research has been listed in the
CMV has an honor of hosting Dr. Stefanos Zafeiriou during his one-week visit to the University of Oulu.
CMV recruits Bachelor´s / Master´s thesis workers as well as interns.
CMV´s Annual Report 2013 is now available as a part of the Infotech Oulu Annual Report.
CMV´s interdisciplinary collaboration with Biocenter Oulu has resulted in the first joint article. It covers automatic detection and analysis of cell motility in phase-contrast time-lapse images.
The University of Oulu has published the results of its international evaluation of research, named Research Assessment Exercise (RAE2013).
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering organizes a postgraduate course on Information Engineering under the following topic "Affective Computing".
CMV´s Annual Report 2012 is now available as a part of the Infotech Oulu Annual Report.
Estimation of 2-D motion is required in many video processing and computer vision tasks.
Center for Machine Vision Research (CMV) will contribute significantly to the 18th Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis (SCIA 2013), organized on 17-