Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg


07.10.2014, 11:00-17:15
56. Heidelberger Bildverarbeitungsforum
Schwerpunktthema: "Bildverarbeitungssoftware: Anforderungen, Qualitätskriterien und Standardbibliotheken"

21.10.2014, 16:15 postponed (new date TBA)
HCI Colloquium: Estimating Maximally Probable Constrained Relations by Mathematical Programming, Dr. Björn Andres
-> big seminar room

14.10.2014, 16:15
HCI Colloquium: Measuring Accuracy in Photogrammetry: Critical factors, Optimization and Verification, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Luhmann
-> big seminar room

New version (1.1.0) of ilastik has been released.

Four papers accepted to appear in GCPR 2014.

One paper accepted to appear in ECCV 2014 as oral.

P. Swoboda, B. Savchynskyy, J. Kappes and C. Schnörr received the "Best Student Paper Award" at the CVPR 2014 - Congratulations.

Five papers accepted to appear in CVPR 2014 (4 oral / 1 poster)

New version (2.3.1) of OpenGM has been released.


Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing

The HCI is an "Industry on Campus" project established in the context of the German excellence initiative jointly by the University of Heidelberg and the following companies:
Robert Bosch GmbH            Sony            Carl Zeiss
Heidelberg Engineering        Silicon Software        PCO
Uni Heidelberg       

The HCI has been established in January, 2008 and moved to its new premises in March, 2008. The HCI consists of four chairs and one associate groups:


The strategic concept of the HCI is built on the simple fact that basic problems in image processing are largely application-independent. The approximately 80 scientists working in the HCI conduct basic research with the aim of providing cutting-edge solutions to basic image analysis problems for applications in industry, environmental and life sciences. The HCI is part of the institutional strategy of the University of Heidelberg within the Excellence Initiative.
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