The Center for Intelligent Systems (CIS), established in 1989, is a multidisciplinary research center which aims to conduct theoretical and applied research in various aspects of autonomous systems, machine learning and computer vision. The center encourages interdisciplinary interaction and promotes collaboration with numerous peers active in our field of interests.
Currently the center includes three laboratories: ISL, MARS and VISTA.
The Intelligent Systems Laboratory’s (ISL) scope of activities focused on Computer Vision, Robotics, Learning methodologies, and Autonomous systems.
Research projects include advanced undergraduate term and year projects, M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses.
Active and successful collaboration with the industry takes place as well, and several PhD level researchers from other universities and from the industry collaborate with the ISL members.
The MARS Laboratory is dedicated to research on Swarm, or Multi-agent, or Ant Robotics. Our inspiration comes from biology, from the wonders of ant colonies, or from other social insects and animals.
As such, we usually deal with very simple robotic agents, having restricted sensing and communication capabilities, and analyze, both mathematically and experimentally, via simulations and hardware implementations, the capabilities of such systems to organize themselves into formations, to patrol and cover a region in their environment, or to achieve other interesting collaborative tasks.
The VISTA laboratory was founded in 2017 and focuses on theoretical and practical aspects of machine vision and learning.
Our research avenues include computational methods in imaging and 3D sensing, image processing, computer vision, numerical geometry, machine learning, and large-scale data analysis and their real-world applications.