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VIViD, Vision, Imaging and Visualisation  in Durham

 VIVID aims to be a world-leading research group delivering high-quality, impact-driven research spanning a wide range of international academic and industrial collaborators.


Visual Computing comprises the development of algorithms that span all aspects of computer based visual sensing and image interpretation, visual human computer interaction, data visualisation and computer graphics.

The group aims to be broad-based home for all aspects of visual computing research in Durham including computer vision, image processing, medical imaging, data visualisation, visual HCI, robotic sensing, augmented reality, virtual reality, computational imaging and visual data encoding with contemporary research in this area underpinned via strong links to related work in neural computation and deep machine learning.


This page is in development and more info will appear.

In the mean time please see the personal pages of our primary group members.


Prof. Toby Breckon  - Group Leader 

Dr. Noura Al-Moubayed

Dr Ioannis Ivrissimtzi

Dr. George Koulieris

Dr. Frederick Li 

Prof. Gordon Love

Dr. Hubert Shum