The Robotics and Computer Vision Lab at Queen's  



  The Robotics and Comuter Vision Lab is a state-of-the-art research facility located at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Co-directed by Dr. Michael Greenspan and Dr. Keyvan Hashtrudi-Zaad, and with over 20 graduate and undergraduate students, the lab conducts investigations into fundamental technologies in pose determination, object recognition, master-slave telerobotics, and haptic control. The lab's research projects are highly collaborative, involving researchers from other labs, disciplines, and institutions, as well industrial participation. The research results have been applied to such diverse fields as: biomedical engineering, aerospace, geological surveying, and computer gaming. For more information about particular projects, or to find out how to get involved with the RCVLab, visit the personal homepages of Dr. Greenspan and Dr. Hashtrudi-Zaad.

Dr. Greenspan's homepage


Dr. Hashtrudi-Zaad's homepage


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