The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) is an internationally recognised leader in audio-visual machine perception research. With a diverse community of more than 120 researchers, CVSSP is one of the largest audio and vision research groups in the UK. Our research in the Centre has led to award-winning spin-out companies in the biometric, communication, medical and creative industries.
Research portfolio of £18.5m current awards from EPSRC, InnovateUK, EU, industry and charities.
Our core expertise includes signal, image and video processing, pattern recognition, computer vision and graphics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, medical image analysis and human computer interaction.
CVSSP has an internationally outstanding track-record of pioneering research leading to new technologies including:
Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), University of Surrey, is developing some of the most exciting and ground-breaking technologies from facial recognition for security and medical imaging understanding for cancer detection, through to 3D Spatial Audio and 3D reconstruction from video to enable visual-effects production in films and VR and right now we are offering outstanding candidates the opportunity to come and join us.
Do you have your grandmother’s eyes? Or your father’s nose? A new study by the Universities of Oxford and Surrey has uncovered variations in singular genes that have a large impact on human facial features, paving the way to understanding what determines the facial characteristics passed on from generation to generation.
The University of Surrey has unveiled new game-changing technologies that are set to take augmented reality (AR) in television and virtual reality (VR) cinema to the next level.