• Augmented reality

  • Remote sensing

  • LIDAR point cloud classification

  • Stereoscopic vision

  • Motion analysis

  • Terrain visualization

  • Mobile devices development

  • Medical imaging

  • Emergency management systems

Accepted paper in Neurocomputing
Thursday, 30 March 2017 08:38

The paper, "Fully PolSAR image classification using machine learning techniques and reaction-diffusion systems, " by, Luis Gomez, Luis Alvarez, Luis Mazorra and Alejandro C. Frery, has been accepted for publication in the Neurocomputing Journal. This paper is part of the research carried out jointly with Professor Alejandro C...

Workshop on Visualization & IoT applied to GIS
Sunday, 05 March 2017 19:05

The I International Workshop on New Trends on computer visualization and IoT applied to GIS, organized by the CTIM among others, will be held in our Computer Science Building the next Wednesday, March 8th. We will have 7 interesting presentations from researchers of our university, along with another research scientists from european universities and private companies...

Accepted paper in IEEE Sensors
Tuesday, 28 February 2017 12:15

The paper, Sensors-16910-2017, "Estimation of the Lens Distortion Model by Minimizing a Line Reprojection Error," by, Daniel Santana-Cedres, Luis Gomez, Miguel Aleman-Flores, Agustın Salgado, Julio Escların, Luis Mazorra, and Luis Alvarez, has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Sensors Journal...

Participation in an Intenational Research Proj
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 11:54

Dr. Luis Gomez (AMI, CTIM), participates as researcher in a funded International Project, directed by Prof. Alejandro Frery (University Federal Alagoas, Maceió, Brazil) which has been recently aproved. The title of the Project is:Aspectos Computacionais da Abordagem SIT-SIG em Processamento e Análise de Sinalis e Imagens (Computational concerns for SIT-SIG issues in Signal and Image Processing)...

Visit to CTIM of Dr. Pablo G. Tahoces.
Monday, 23 January 2017 10:36

From January 25 to 27, 2017, Dr. Pablo G. Tahoces (University of Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN) will visit CTIM to collaborate in the context of the research project under development "New mathematical models for image segmentation and image classification" founded by the Spanish government.

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