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, material, remote sensing, etc. Our research achievements lead to 1 book chapter, 3 patents and more than 40 papers, including many prestigious conference and journal papers, such as CVPR, ICCV, AAAI, ACMMM, IEEE T-IP, IEEE T-MM, IEEE T-ITS, Transportation Research Part C, etc. Our researches have been supported by Air Force Research Lab, National Academy of Sciences, National Science Foundation, Cleveland State University, etc.
Address: FH 311, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH 44115, USA.
08/2021: Welcome Jinlong Li to join our lab. Welcome Jin Ma to arrive at our lab after one-year delay by the pandemic.
08/2021: One paper about Remote Sensing Scene Recognition has been accepted by ICCV Workshop 2021. Congratulations to Huiming!
05/2021: Abhijit Baul successfully defended his M.S. thesis at UTRGV. He will go to the Department of Computer Science at University
of Houston for the PhD study. Congratulations to Abhijit!
04/2021: One paper about Phone-related Pedestrian Distracted Behaviors has been accepted by CVPR Workshop 2021. Congratulations to Emre, Jin, and Huiming!
04/2021: Dr. Yu with Dr. Zhiqiang Gao received the USRA grant. Thanks to CSU!
03/2021: One paper about Shadow Removal has been accepted by CVPR2021. Congratulations to Lan!
02/2021: Our research is covered in the Media: Cleveland.com, IoT Collaborative.
01/2021: Dr. Yu with a research team at Case Western Reserve University received a grant from National Science Foundation. Thanks to NSF!
01/2021: One paper about Domain Adaptation based Vehicle Detection has been accepted by Transportation Research Part C. Congratulations to Jinlong!