Image and Visual Representation Lab

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The Image and Visual Representation Lab (IVRL) performs research that is primarily focused on the capture, analysis, and reproduction of color images. Aiming to improve everyone’s photographic experience, we develop algorithms and systems that help us understand, process, and measure images.

Our research areas are computational photography, color image processing, computer vision, and image quality.


© 2021 EPFL

Congratulations to Dr. Majed El Helou !

— Majed El Helou received his PhD degree after his thesis defense on 26.03.2021.

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Does computer science still have a ‘woman problem'?

— International Women’s Day – Three female professors working in EPFL’s School of Computer and Communication Sciences talk equality, men’s role in changing the world and the need to rebrand this ‘field of the future’ to attract more diverse talent. 

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Chen Liu's paper accepted to NeurIPS 2020

— The paper “On the Loss Landscape of Adversarial Training: Identifying Challenges and How to Overcome Them” is accepted to NeurIPS 2020. IVRL member Chen Liu will present this work at the 34th Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, which will be held online between 6th and 12th December 2020.

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Congratulations to Dr. Marjan Shahpaski !

— Marjan Shahpaski received his PhD degree after his thesis defense on 28.08.2020.

Frédéric Kaplan © Alain Herzog

Frédéric Kaplan named director of Digital Humanities Institute

— College of Humanities (CDH) professor Frédéric Kaplan, head of the Laboratory for Digital Humanities (DHLab), has been named director of the CDH’s Digital Humanities Institute (DHI) as of October 1st, 2020.

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EPFL Best Teachers' of the Year Awards 2020

— Professor Sabine Süsstrunk takes the teaching prize for the School of Computer and Communication Sciences, given by the EPFL Student Association AGEPOLY.

Sami Arpa Co-founder and CEO of Largo © 2020 Largo

FIT supports Largo AI Cinema Revolution with CHF 500K

— Largo, a spinoff of the Image and Visual Representation Lab at EPFL, is about to start a small revolution in the world of cinema. Thanks to its artificial intelligence software, the company provides directors, authors, producers and distributors with powerful information aimed at optimizing the impact of movies, and hence their profitability. A method already used by industry leaders Amazon and Netflix, but previously inaccessible to any others. Largo wants to democratize this, and the CHF 500’000 Tech Growth loan from the Foundation for Technological Innovation (FIT) will certainly be a help.

Alain Herzog © 2020 EPFL

Sabine Süsstrunk elected President of the Swiss Science Council

— The Federal Council has elected Sabine Süsstrunk, Professor at the EPFL School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC), as President of the Swiss Science Council (SSC). Sabine Süsstrunk will succeed Gerd Folkers, who has been President of the SSC since 2016, as of January 1, 2021.

© 2020 ECCV

Ruofan Zhou and Majed El Helou's paper accepted to ECCV2020

— The paper "Stochastic Frequency Masking to Improve Super-Resolution and Denoising Networks" accepted to ECCV2020. IVRL members Ruofan Zhou and Majed El Helou will present their work at the online European Conference on Computer Vision between 23-28 August 2020.

© 2020 Hakgu Kim

IVRL welcomes a new member Hak Gu Kim

— Hak Gu Kim joined IVRL as a post-doctoral researcher. We wish you good luck on your research!

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