UCSC Computer Vision lab logo (credit: Qi Zhao)

We do research on different aspects of computer vision,  sensor signal processing, and human-machine interface. Most of our projects are guided by applications in assistive technology for people who are blind or have a visual impairment.

The laboratory, formed in 2001 by R. Manduchi and H. Tao, is part of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at UC Santa Cruz. Our research is or has been supported by grants from NSF, NIH, DARPA, NASA, Research to Prevent Blindness, Transportation Research Board, CITRIS, HP Labs, SAIC, Honda Research, Imimtek, NEC, Nokia Research, CITRIS, VW, Microsoft, Toyota. We are particularly indebted to the late Mr. Larry Bock, who generously contributed to the mission of our lab.

Please visit our projects and publications pages for information about our current and past research. The lab is located at E2-209.

If you are interested in joining the UCSC Computer Vision Lab as a graduate student, please apply to the Computer Science and Engineering Program.

 


Lab members


Picture of Muratcan Cicek

Muratcan Cicek


Picture of Fatemeh ElyasiFatemeh Elyasi

Picture of Swati Jindal
Swati Jindal
 
Picture of Harsimran KaurHarsimran Kaur

Picture of Andy Port Andy Port

Picture of Peng Ren
Peng Ren

Picture of Brigit SchroederBrigit Schroeder
 
Picture of Viet TrinhViet Trinh
 
Picture of Roberto ManduchiRoberto Manduchi