The Computer Vision Group at Colorado State University was started in 1993 and is focused on semantic understanding of people, objects and activities from still images and videos. The deeply challenging nature of these tasks consistently leads us to address computer vision in the broader context of artificial intelligence, integrating techniques from machine learning, alegebraic topology, empirical evaluation and statistics.

Starting in 2015 the Comupter Vision Group began working seriously on problems involving computer vision but much more broadly focused upon human computer interaction with embodied agents able to smoothly blend verbal and non-verbal (sight-based) communication. This has lead to a broadening into what we now describe as the Communicating with Computers (CwC) group.

For now somewhat dated information about Projects see our Projects page.

For current information on the CwC Group's research meetings see our Seminar page.