The Image and video-communication (IVC) research group focuses on digital multimedia processing and analysis.
Most of the processes of digital multimedia processing are studied in our group, from the data acquisition to its visualization, including data transmission coding or storage.
A wide range of research areas are covered around three main lines of work, namely perception, communication and representation.
Three axes of research :
Five main topics :
Head of the IVC Team : Pr. LE CALLET
IVC Project Manager : Laurent HOMA
List of IVC team’s member
List of the collaboration and the invitec professor :
Last highlights :
Most of these facilities are open for collaborations and sharings
HWR2 : Resources for Handwriting recognition
Image and video quality assessment : Standardized test environments, hardware and software resources, databases for measuring the visual quality of images and videos
3D TV and human factors : Resources for the study of human factors in 3D visualization
Visual attention : Hardware platform and database for the study of visual attention
Electrophysiological processing : Tools for measuring electrophysiological signals
Network simulation and emulation : Hardware emulator and network simulator for heterogeneous large scale
Watermarking and Security : Software and database