Research leader – Computer Graphics and Image Processing
Three departments will each host a doctoral student funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. The research projects deal with using waste heat to produce electricity, perovskites for photonics, and the rendering of computer-generated images.
The organisers had planned for 1,000 participants at the two conferences in visualisation in Norrköping, Eurographics and Eurovis. But 2,300 registered, and they presented 100 streamed video sessions that have been viewed nearly 38,000 times. So far.
Scientists plan to use the same technology as that used to create deepfake videos to build AI-generated medical images. The synthesised images will present data from the big SCAPIS study, and will be used for research into AI solutions in healthcare.
Augmented intelligence is the first platform in the Vinnova-financed Visual Sweden, based at LiU’s Campus Norrköping. Two new laboratories constitute meeting places in which researchers can collaborate with participating companies.
“We are facing a new scientific paradigm, since advanced fundamental research can now be presented in a manner that visitors understand. We call this ‘Exploranation’ ” says Anders Ynnerman at the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation Symposium.
The computer graphics and image processing group is driving a number of research projects directed towards the development of theory and methodology for image capture, image analysis and image synthesis.
We research and teaches in several technical/scientific disciplines in which our main areas are organic electronics, media, communications and logistics.