School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Tech Multimedia & Sensors Lab - Georgia Tech

The Multimedia & Sensors Lab (MSL) at Georgia Institute of Technology welcomes you to this website that contains various information about this research group. We welcome collaboration and partnering with other academic and industrial parties. Please contact us if you are interested.

The research in MSL covers the following areas:

  • Perceptual Video Quality Assessment in Streaming and Video-Conferencing Applications

  • Color-based Quality and Aesthetics Assesment and Enhancement

  • Directional Transfrom and Their Applications in Image Processing

  • Seismic Interpretation: Fault and Salt Dome Detection

  • Similarity Indexes for Large Visual Data Sets

  • Enabling Technologies for Autonomous Vehicles Perception

  • Multimedia processing and communications

  • Multi-sensor processing and networking

  • Immersive processing and communications

Similarity Indexes for Large Visual Data Sets Perceptual Video Quality Assesment Color-based Quality and Aesthetics Assesment and Enhancement
Sesmic Interpretation: Fault and Salt Dome Detection Directional Transform and Their Applications in Image Processing Enabling Technologies for Autonomous Vehicles Perception


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