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Computer & Vision Research Center

About the Computer & Vision Research Center

Established in 1980, the Computer and Vision Research Center (CVRC) is devoted to the analysis and understanding of images, signals, and data, and to the development of the computer resources required to accomplish these tasks. Research objectives include the development of computational models, algorithms, and architectures for computer vision. Current Center activities include projects in automatic target recognition and automatic recognition of human motion and interactions.

Results of the Center's research are presented at national and international conferences and published in technical reports, scientific journals, and books. Reprints of recent reports and journal publications are available upon request.

Recent News

Dr. Sudhakar Yalamanchili, a professor at Georgia Tech, became a Fellow of IEEE effective 2014 for contributions to high-performance multiprocessor architecture and communication. Professor Yalamanchili graduated from the University of Texas at Austin under the supervision of Dr. Aggarwal in 1984. Professor Yalamanchili is also a fellow of ACM.

Contact Information

Mailing Address: The University of Texas
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engr.
1 University Station C0803
Austin, TX 78712-0240
Courier Address: UTA Building
1616 Guadalupe St
7th Floor
Austin, TX 78701
Telephone: 512-471-1369
Fax: 512-471-5532
Email: aggarwaljk@mail.utexas.edu