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ARC Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision (CE140100016)

ACVT researchers Prof. Ian Reid, Prof. Anton van den Hengel, Associate Prof. Chunhua Shen and Dr. Gustavo Carneiro are part of a team that has been awarded a prestigious ARC Centre of Excellence in Robotic Vision. The Centre has received $19M of funding and will conduct a 7-year program of research with the following focus […]

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Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Visual Tracking

Visual Tracking of Football Players Australian Centre for Visual Technologies University of Adelaide, Australia www.acvt.com.au Duration: 2 years The ACVT has recently secured funding to conduct research into the tracking and identification of Australian Rules Football (AFL) players. Existing sports tracking methods struggle with AFL due to the size of the field and the number […]

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Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships in Computer Vision, Robotics and Machine Learning

The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies, School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide, Australia www.acvt.com.au The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies (ACVT) is currently seeking to fill up to 5 posts in computer vision, SLAM and machine learning.  The Centre is one of the largest computer vision and image analysis research groups in Australia. Based […]

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Visual tracking with environmental constraints (LP130100154)

ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Linkage Project valued at $345,000. The industry partner is Champion Data, a Melbourne based sports statistics company. The CIs on the project are Dr Anthony Dick and Prof. Ian Reid. Tracking people in video is a key problem in computer vision, with widespread application in areas such […]

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Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Opportunities

The ACVT currently has two Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship opportunities available in the following areas: 1. Scene understanding from a moving camera 2. Visual tracking and activity recognition Duration: 3 years The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies (ACVT) is one of the largest computer vision and image analysis research groups in Australia. Based in Adelaide, we […]

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Recognising and reconstructing objects in real time from a moving camera (DP130104413)

ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Discovery Grant valued at $358,000. The CIs on the grant are Prof. Ian Reid and Dr Anthony Dick. The aim of this project is to visually understand an environment as seen from a moving camera in real time. This entails the recovery of 3D shape and the […]

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Professor Ian Reid appointed from September 2012

The Australian Centre for Visual Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment ofProfessor Ian Reid from September 2012. Ian is currently a Professor of Engineering Science, running the Active Vision Group at the University of Oxford and will bring to the University of Adelaide an internationally recognised research record in the areas of Computer Vision and visual technologies. Professor Reid’s appointment will ensure that […]

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Tracking targets in large scale surveillance camera networks (DP1094764)

ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Discovery Grant valued at $195,000. The CIs are Dr Anthony Dick, Dr Henry Detmold. Dr Philip Torr of Oxford Brookes University in the UK is also a CI. Surveillance camera networks in public places such as airports and shopping malls may contain thousands of cameras. However, state […]

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Visual tracking of multiple objects: A stochastic geometrical approach (DP0880553)

Prof. David Suter (Then of Monash University) along with Associate Prof. B Vo has been awarded a 3 year ARC Discovery Grant valued at $235,000. Reliable real-time visual multiple-object tracking techniques will open up new applications that enhance the quality of life such as driving safety, traffic monitoring, home security, security and surveillance of public […]

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