Computer Vision Laboratory

One of 16 Centers and Labs in the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies

The Computer Vision Laboratory (CVL) at the University of Maryland has a 50-year legacy of groundbreaking research, education and innovation in the field of computer vision.

Launched in 1964 by noted computer scientist Azriel Rosenfeld, the laboratory continues to advance new discoveries in facial and gait recognition, spatial audio analysis, autonomy in robotics to include navigation and surveillance, and more.

Specific areas of research include: visual biometrics, multi-perspective vision, visual surveillance, image and video database systems, mathematical foundations of computer vision, shape recognition and object recognition, and real-time volume reconstruction.