The Visual Computing Lab, located at Saarland University Hospital and Saarland University of Applied Sciences (Technikum), explores neurocognitive and neurophysiological problems from an image processing and computer vision point of view. The core research topics are non-contact / remote methods for neurocognitive and neurophysiological assessment, image processing for optical and voltage sensitive dye imaging as well as the application of virtual and augmented reality for neurocognitive and neurophysiological research.
In the course of the Saarland University’s Virtual Open Doors Day 2020, we prepared a summarizing video of our latest research projects in the fields of remote monitoring of physiological parameters for applications in neuroscience, healthcare and neuroergonomics: Link to the video (only in German).
Links to recent research project websites:
- ImageJ/FIJI Plugin and MATLAB Toolbox for 2-Photon Image Registration (in preparation)
- Variational 1D Alignment
- Multimodal Data Acquisition at SARS-CoV-2 Testing Centers
- Motion Analysis in a Study for Auditory Attention
Code for many of our projects can be found on GitHub.