Computer Vision Center – Barcelona


CVC is a non-profit research centre with a mission to carry out cutting-edge research in computer vision.

It will train about 730 students through programmes like AI4ALL, which promotes the development of AI technology entrepreneurial projects.

About Computer Vision Center – Barcelona

Founded in 1995 as a Consortium formed by the Generalitat de Catalunya and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), the Computer Vision Center is a non-profit institution located in the UAB’s Bellaterra Campus in Barcelona, Spain. With an outstanding team of more than 130 researchers and technicians, 2000 m2 devoted to R&D and the most advanced resources in hardware and software. Its mission is  to do outstanding research, training with international impact and transferring its knowledge and expertise to society.

The CVC performs exciting and pioneering research in Computer Vision, in particular in the following key areas: Autonomous driving, Medical Imaging, Object Recognition, Document Analysis, Image Sequence Evaluation,  Colour in Context (Texture), Machine Vision, Interactive and Augmented Modelling, Human Pose Recovery and Behaviour Analysis, Learning and Machine Perception and NeuroComputation and Biological Vision.