Computer Vision Laboratory (CVL)
The Department of Electrical Engineering (ISY) at Linköping University, Sweden, was founded in 1972. It consists of seven divisions and in total 182 employees of which 52 are faculty members (PhDs), including 14 full professors. Approximately 70 postgraduate students are enrolled in the department’s PhD program, most of them holding salaried positions. The Computer Vision Laboratory (CVL) at the Department of Electrical Engineering (ISY) is headed by Professor Michael Felsberg and consists of 17 researchers, teachers, and PhD students and is well known for its research, also outside of Sweden: structure tensors, resolution pyramids, and steerable filters have been proposed here before their international breakthrough. CVL focuses on learning of complex image analysis, robot vision, and cognitive system architectures.