Director: William A. Pearlman
Associate Director: John W. Woods
CIPR Home Page: http://www.cipr.rpi.edu
The Center for Image Processing Research (CIPR) conducts a range of research and academic programs in image and video processing. Faculty participants represent a number of academic disciplines and, together with their students, provide the nucleus for ongoing activities within CIPR. In addition to providing an intellectual focus for image-processing activities at Rensselaer, the objectives are to provide a positive impact on graduate and undergraduate programs, to support ongoing activities with a world-class infrastructure, and to enhance its reputation as one of the world’s premier image-processing research centers. Current CIPR research areas include image modeling, computer vision and image analysis, document analysis and processing, image and video enhancement and reconstruction, biomedical image processing, computer graphics, computational geometry, image and video compression and transmission, virtual video synthesis, visualization and display techniques, and multimedia systems. The CIPR has administrative authority over and shares infrastructure with the NSF Industry/University Center for Next Generation Video (CNGV) and the NSF Engineering Research Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging System (CenSSIS) at Rensselaer. These centers have some joint research programs with CIPR, but otherwise operate independently of CIPR.
C. Carothers, R.W. Franklin, L. Gerhardt, S. Kalyanaraman, G. Nagy, W.A. Pearlman, R. Radke, K. Rajan, B. Roysam, K.S. Vastola, J.W. Woods, X.-C. Zhang