Computational Sensing Systems


The CoSenS Computational Sensing Systems research group focuses on application specific dedicated hardware architectures and systems for computational intensive applications. The application area is in sensing systems, such as high-resolution, high frame rate and/or ultra low latency cameras and this for applications in real-time depth vision, image processing, 3 to 6 degrees of freedom position measurements and object recognition. Applications are in multi-camera video and vision, medical, automotive, robotics, haptic systems and camera based deep-learning. By the directly implementation of computationally complex algorithms in System-on-Chip hardware, computationally intensive problems can be realized and implemented, enabling high frame rate, ultra low latency and low power solutions which can otherwise not be realized as such in regular programmable computer architectures based on CPUs and GPUs alone.


Application Specific hardware, Artificial Intelligence, Camera Systems, Computer Vision, FPGA, Haptic Systems, Hardware Architectures, Hardware/Software, Machine Learning, Multi-Camera Hardware, Sensor Systems, Smart Cameras, Smart Systems, System-on-Chip

Staff members

  • Siang CHEN
  • Aydin GUZEL
  • Bowen LI


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