The Vision Laboratory at the University of Iowa

Computer vision research at the University of Iowa Computer Science Department is primarily carried out by Margaret Fleck and her students. Our laboratory, which we share with the simulation group and occasional course projects, contains two PUMA robot arms, seven cameras (five color), and all sorts of interesting equipment for computer vision experimentation. The lab is quite crowded but we can make it seem spacious in this picture using wide-angle photography:

The Computer Vision Handbook

Computer Science Research Index

Our Research Projects

Other generally useful pointers:

Margaret Fleck is the main faculty member running the vision group and is the best person to contact for additional information about the lab or our research projects. Dan Stevenson knows almost as much about what we're doing, but he's harder to reach by phone because he's not a faculty member and doesn't have a snazzy private office. We jointly maintain our software system and these web pages. The easiest way to reach either of us is by email.


This page is maintained by Margaret Fleck. and Dan Stevenson.

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