Computer Vision

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Professor Larry Davis will be recognized at a workshop in his honor from June 10 to June 12, 2015, during the final days of the annual CVPR Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. The workshop (link...
Professor David Jacobs' work helps us to identify the flora and fauna in the world around us. A few years ago, his group here at the university, along with collaborators from Columbia University and...
The Department of Computer Science is pleased to announce that Ramani Duraiswami and Jeff Foster have both been promoted to the rank of Professor. Ramani joined the department in 2004, and he...
Dr. Jandelyn Plane, Director of the Maryland Center for Women in Computing, has been awarded the 2014 Women in Technology Social Impact IT Leadership Award.
Oculus VR, a company led in part by three UMD alumni, Chief Software Architect Michael Antonov (B.S. ’01), Chief Executive Officer Brendan Iribe (B.S.), and the late Andrew Reisse (B.S. ’01), won the...
The Department, UMIACS, and the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences are pleased to announce the establishment of the Maryland Center for Women in Computing.
The HotNets-XII Workshop Is Taking Place at UMD Nov. 21-22, 2013
The Twelfth ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (HotNets-XII) workshop is being held at the University of Maryland from November 21-22, 2013. Sponsored by UMIACS, ACM SIGCOMM, Cisco, Microsoft...
WearScript, the application developed by Computer Science Department Phd Candidates Bradyn White and Andrew Miller, aspiring Google Glass allows developers to write JavaScript code that seamlessly interfaces with Glass hardware – making app development easy. With WearScript, developers can “trigger events based on location, illumination or other sensor-based criteria. And it can process text converted from a Glass user's speech,” notes a recent InformationWeek article.
Amateur botany just got easier with the LeafSnap application, one of the top 10 science apps. The first of the revolutionary nature-guide mobile apps mentioned in a recent New York Times article, Computer Science Department Professor David Jacob’s impressive LeafSnap app allows anyone to identify flora with their mobile phones.
Dr. P.J. Narayanan (Ph.D. '92), has been elected as the Director of IIIT at Hyderabad. His research is in Computer Vision. Narayanan was advised by Larry Davis.

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