Video Surveillance Infra Red Data Intelligence Lab (ViSIR)

Video Surveillance Infra Red Data Intelligence Lab deals with video analytics problems including motion detection, tracking and detection of unusual behavior and their applications in civilian and military domains. The lab utilizes experience of its collaborators in machine learning, data mining, multivariate statistics and computational geometry and actively collaborates with universities and governmental labs.

The lab has participated in the following major grants:

Title: Center for Research and Education in Optical Sciences and Applications: Promoting Scientific Discoveries, Technological Advances, and STEM Education
Agency: NSF
Duration: 2012-2017
Amount: $5,000,000

Title: Center for Advanced Algorithms
Agency: US Department of Defense/Department of Army (DoD/DoA)
Duration: 2011-2016
Amount: $3,048,761

Title: Adaptive Approach to Identify Unusual Behavior in Video Imagery
Agency: US DoD/DoA
Duration: 2008-2012
Amount: $700,000

Title: Transportation and Public Safety Information Exchange Pilot Project
Agency: US Department of Transportation
Duration: 2008-2009
Amount: $328,297

Title: Creation of the Center for Research and Education in Optical Sciences and Applications (CREOSA) at Delaware State University
Agency: National Science Foundation (NSF)
Duration: 2006-2011
Amount: $4,959,863

Title: Seeds of Success: A Comprehensive Program for the Retention, Quality Training, and Advancement of STEM Students
Agency: National Science Foundation, #0310163
Duration: 2003-2008
Amount: $2,498,376

Title: Delaware State University Applied Mathematics Research Center
Agency: US DoD/DoA, # DAAD19-03-1-0375
Duration: 2003-2008
Amount: $4,000,000

Title: MRI, Acquisition of a High Performance Computational Cluster at an HBCU for the Support of a Research and Research Training in Computer Science, Engineering and Physics
Agency: National Science Foundation, #0320991
Duration: 2003-2005
Amount: $278,331