ISP · Image and Signal Processing group

The Image and Signal Processing (ISP) Group at the Universitat de València (Spain) develops data analysis techniques and vision algorithms. We focus on methods able to extract knowledge from empirical data drawn by sensory (mostly imaging) physical systems. These measurements depend on the properties of the scenes and the physics of the acquisition process. Our approach to signal, image, and vision processing combines machine learning theory with the understanding of the underlying physics and biological vision.

Applications mainly focus on computational visual neuroscience, image processing, remote sensing data analysis, and geosciences. The problems posed in these disciplines require similar mathematical tools, where model inversion, uncertainty estimation, and causal inference from empirical data play a central role. You are invited to follow the links for more details on who we are and what we do...



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We offer two three-year post-doc positions. Join an excellent European ERC team. Starting in October 2017. Application deadline September 3rd. We are excited about the publication of our new book, entitled "Digital Signal Processing with Kernel Methods", by Rojo-Álvarez, J.L. and Martínez-Ramón, M. and Muñoz-Marí, J. and Camps-Valls, G., upcoming this Fall and published by Wiley and sons. We are a classic! "Composite kernels for hyperspectral image classification" published in IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters in 2006 is one of the highly-cited papers in its area of research, mainteining its impact long after publication. Mètode TV SEDAL: From MètodeTV, the channel of the Universitat de València, SEDAL is introduced to the public. Prof. Jesus Malo has been appointed as Associate Editor of Frontiers in Neuroscience (IF = 3.4), section Perception Science (may 2017). Maria Piles (president) and Gustau Camps-Valls (member) in the Executive Committee of the Spain Geoscience and Remote Sensing Chapter. Let's do things to promote technology and science in remote sensing! We are looking for an outstanding student to do a PhD thesis within an excellence european ERC project! Deadline: April 1st 2017! Is this you? An international research involving the Universitat de València just provided a new vision in the quest to determine whether temperature or water availability is the most influential factor in determining the success of global, land-based carbon sinks. The results are published in Nature with Gustau Camps-Valls as co-author. + more

ISP - Address:
Image Processing Laboratory (IPL)
Parc Científic Universitat de València
C/ Catedrático José Beltrán, 2
46980 Paterna (València). Spain
Phone: +34 963543229
Fax: +34 963543261