Cleveland Vision & AI Lab

Cleveland Vision & AI Lab

About the lab

Cleveland Vision & AI Lab is a research lab led by Dr. Hongkai Yu in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, USA, which focuses on the innovative and practical solutions for real-world interdisciplinary researches by the methods of computer vision, machine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence. Our developed algorithms and solutions have been successfully applied in the areas of Transportation, Autonomous Driving, Remote Sensing, etc. Our research achievements lead to 1 book chapter, 3 patents and about 50 papers, including many prestigious conference and journal papers, such as CVPR, ICCV, AAAI, ACM MM, IEEE T-IP, IEEE T-MM, IEEE T-ITS, Transportation Research Part C, etc. Our researches have been supported by National Academy of Sciences, National Science Foundation, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cleveland State University, etc.

Address: FH 311, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH 44115, USA.

Recent News

10/2022: Two papers (Colorizing Old Photos; Domain Adaptive Object Detection) have been accepted by WACV 2023. Congratulations to Runsheng and Jinlong!
08/2022: Dr. Yu received a grant from Ohio Department of Transportation. Thanks to ODOT!
08/2022: Dr. Yu received a grant from National Science Foundation. Thanks to NSF!
05/2022: The co-advised student Lan Fu has graduated with a PhD degree. She joins OPPO US Research Center as a Staff Research Engineer. Congratulations to Dr. Fu!
03/2022: Dr. Yu received a grant from Brookhaven National Laboratory. Thanks to BNL!
02/2022: Dr. Yu will serve as the Area Chair for ACM Multimedia 2022.
01/2022: The dataset and code of our Day-and-Night Vehicle Detection for Improved Traffic Surveillance work [TR-PartC2021 and IEEE T-CSVT2021] have been publicized on GitHub.

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