The Multimedia Research Lab (MRL) is a part of the Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Louisville. Our group has two main streams of research activities.
First, we conduct research in the areas of Multimedia Information Indexing and Retrieval, Multimedia Data Mining, Multimedia Information Fusion, and clustering and classification of multimedia objects. Second, we are involved in developing, implementing, and field testing real-time algorithms for land mine detection using Ground Penetrating Radar. We conduct basic and applied research in the areas of image & signal processing, pattern recognition, and information fusion. Our focus is the development of efficient and robust algorithms that can be adapted to different geographic sites and different environmental conditions.
Core scientific and technical staff
The staff includes the following:
- Director,Dr. Hichem Frigui
- Ph.D. Students: Anis Hamdi,Hamdi Jenzri,Amine Ben Khalifa,Andrew Karem,Faezeh Tafazzoli,Shuangshuang Jiang, and Surangkana Rawungyot
For more information
Detailed information on the Lab’s research themes, industry partnership activities, personnel, facilities, outreach, educational workshops and conferences, and much more can be found online at http://mrl.cecsresearch.org. You may also contact MRL by phone (502) 852-1553