Biomedical Computer Vision Group

Our field of research is computer vision, the area of artificial intelligence seeking automated understanding of visual information, and our main domain of application is quantitative analysis of biomedical data. We aim at leveraging recent progress in computer vision and machine learning to contribute to the solution of high-impact and large-scale biological and medical problems of the real world. Our ongoing projects include: automated analysis of facial expressions, video understanding, and early diagnosis of brain and lung cancer.

Pablo Arbelaez

Associate Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Office ML-430, Ext. 1783
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News



2016

11/2016

Postdoc position in biomedical computer vision available. Contact Pablo Arbelaez for further details.

09/2016

Ph.D. opportunities in biomedical computer vision for top students. Contact Pablo Arbelaez for further details.

08/2016

Our group's research is supported by Google Research Awards Latin America 2016.

08/2016

Our group's research is supported by NVIDIA's Academic Hardware Grant Program 2016.

07/2016

One paper accepted at ECCV 2016.

07/2016

Our group is collaborating with Mesurex Aeronauticson automated air-to-air refuelling.

06/2016

Andres Romero graduated from his Masters and was admitted to our Doctoral Program. Congratulations Andres!

05/2016

One paper accepted at MICCAI 2016.

06/2016

TPAMI paper on Hypercolumns accepted.

02/2016

Malik's 3Rs of Computer Vision paper published in Pattern Recognition Letters.

01/2016

Pablo Arbelaez ranked scientist with highest impact in the School of Engineering (#5 in Uniandes, #65 in Colombia).

2015

11/2015

Regional press coverage of our Google Award: [El Espectador, La W, El Comercio].

09/2015

Our group's research is supported by Google's Faculty Research Awards Program.

07/2015

Our group's research is supported by NVIDIA's Academic Hardware Grant Program.

04/2015

Pablo Arbelaez to serve as Area Chair at ICCV 2015.

04/2015

Pablo Arbelaez to serve as Area Chair at STSIVA 2015.

04/2015

IJCV paper on RGB-D scene understanding.

04/2015

Three papers (1 oral + 2 posters) accepted at CVPR 2015.

04/2015

Pablo Arbelaez to serve as Area Chair at CVPR 2015.

Press coverage



  • 09/2015

    Andrés Felipe Romero and Pablo Arbelaez are part of the 12 selected projects awarded by “Google Research Awards for Latin America 2015”, being the only Colombian group accomplishing this feat, among 600 project proposals. [EL ESPECTADOR].
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