Promote learning and system development in the field of Computer Vision and Biometrics. The research community will be constantly working to exchange ideas and become accustomed to the field through formal interactions with the experts of the domain. The lab will work as a channel to bring project funding from Government and Private sectors, which will facilitate member students, faculty and researchers to work on the real world problems in a collaborative environment.
CVBL has been involved in cutting-edge research and development activities very actively. Several short-term specialized courses (such as ADASIVA Series, Biometric Winter School, etc.) have been also organized by CVBL to train the manpower in the emerging areas. In order to provide the plateforms for the researchers to disseminate their research findings, CVBL has been involved in organization of internationally recognized scientific conferences, such as CVIP, CVMI, and UPCON. All these activities have been possible only due to the continuous supports from the funding agencies and collaborators.