At the Computational Vision and Imaging Technology (CVIT) we run a diverse and well-regarded research degree programme, reinforced by our newly launched Graduate School.
We offer a wide range of facilities, including a state of the art psychophysical laboratory, a colour science laboratory, specialised software for imaging performance measurements, a very wide range of photographic and lighting equipment and professional photographic studios.
Students graduated from the CVIT have gone on to very successful careers in the academia as well as in known worldwide imaging science labs.
Current PhD projects running at the CVIT:
- Acceptable levels of compression for CCTV imagery
- Image quality metrics relating to still image compression
- Optical image quality metrification employing human visual system modeling
If you have are interested in conducting research at CVIT please contact Sophie Triantaphillidou, [email protected], the leader of CVIT.