Color Image Processing
VIVA Lab was founded in 1999 within the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (formerly School of Information Technology and Engineering) at the University of Ottawa. Research areas include:
Professor Eric Dubois demonstrated his work on 3D anaglyphs at the University of Ottawa's Engineering and Computer Science Research Day 2013. Photos can be found
Samir Sahli from Université Laval gave a seminar talk on "Robust Detection of Vehicles in Large Scale Aerial Images: Salient Regions Detection, Classification and Unsupervised Clustering of Image Features". Read more.
Marc Décombas gave a talk on "Semantic Video Compression Based on Seam Carving" on March 28. Read more.
Saeed Salehi successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
Professor Eric Dubois wins 2013 George S. Glinski Award for Excellence in Research! Details can be found here.
Samsung Techwin and the uOttawa iWatchLife team up to offer home monitoring systems. Prof. Robert Laganière of VIVALAB is the Chief Scientist at
iWatchLife. Read more.
Alan Brunton successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
M. I. Sina successfully defended his master's thesis. Congratulations!
This summer, the VIVA Lab will organize seminar lectures and guest lectures. Check the "Seminars" page regularly for the most updated information.
Prof. Robert Laganière was featured in the The Road Ahead article on the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada website. Congratulations!
Luis Gurrieri received 2nd prize in the University of Ottawa Research Day. Congratulations!
Prof. Rolf Clackdoyle will be giving a series of seminar lectures on medical image reconstruction from projections. Please contact him for more information.
Prof. Eric Dubois was featured in the The Science of Anaglyph 3D article on the Art Director's Club of New Jersey website. Congratulations!
The Virtual Navigation in Image-Based Representations of Real World Environments 2 (NAVIRE 2) project was featured on CBC Radio (Spark #131) around the 11 minute mark!
The Virtual Navigation in Image-Based Representations of Real World Environments 2 (NAVIRE 2) project was featured in the Going beyond Google article on the Ottawa Citizen website. Congratulations!