Robot Vision Team (RoViT)
The Robot Vision Team (RoViT) is a multidisciplinary research team with expertise in human and computer vision, automatic image and video interpretation, visual attention and cognition, ambient assisted living and intelligent systems.
RoViT's aim is to develop distributed and intelligent algorithms for automatic understanding of data and information acquired by a distributed network of heterogeneous sensors.
The aims of RoboKU are:
- To provide a meeting point for CISM and Engineering students interested in robotics.
- To attract staff and students from across the university who may be interested in studying human-robot interactions or wish to use robots as an assistive tool.
- Inform the wide student population of the state of the art in robotics, the role of robots now and in the future, distinguish fact from fiction.
|Members||Doctoral Researchers / PhD Students|
|Prof Paolo Remagnino||Josephine (Yoke Leng) Yong|
|Dr Sarah Barman||Mei Kuan Lim|
|Dr Fatima Felisberti||James Cope|
|Dr Francisco Florez||M. Moazam Fraz|
|Dr Sabira Mannan||Mr Raphael Grech|
|Dr Dorothy Monekosso||Raul Herrera|
|Prof Barbara Pierscionek||Ms Myo Thida|
|Prof Vasileios Argriou||Pau Climent Pérez|
|Prof Hilary Dalke|
|Dr Chaminda Hewage|
|Dr Maria Martini|
|Dr Christos Politis|
|Dr David Vallejo|
|Grant P. Millar|
Prof Sergio A Velastin is giving a keynote talk ‘Automatic …