The Multimedia Computing (MMC) Group conducts research on new methodological and algorithmic concepts for analyzing, interpreting, enriching, modeling, searching and recommending multimedia data available in stand-alone collections or connected in (complex) networked data structures. Learn more about the MMC Group’s research domain and expertise, impact, and research philosophy.
The work being carried out in the MMC Group encompasses a broad palette of research directions in the domains of multimodal analysis and processing, network data computing and multimedia information systems, with a strong influx of the expertise from the domain of human factors. Learn more about the MMC Group’s research themes.
26 april 2022
Symposium on Human-Centered Multimedia to celebrate Pablo Cesar’s Professorship Appointment
On May 20th 2022, Prof. Dr. Pablo Cesar will give his inaugural lecture at TU Delft, Aula, to celebrate his appointment to Professorship. The lecture, titled “Human-Centered Multimedia: making remote togetherness possible”, will provide an overview of his research with a focus on volumetric video conferencing and the future of eXtended Reality (XR) as a collaboration and communication medium.
04 april 2022
Deep learning for complex networks
Image recognition, speech processing, medical diagnostics… there’s hardly an area where machine learning hasn’t made a big impact. Yet Elvin Isufi adds an extra dimension to machine learning, enabling its efficient application to complex networks such as recommender systems, social networks, and more down-to-earth water networks.
23 november 2021
Hoe de Belastingdienst lage inkomens profileerde in de jacht op fraude
Om fraude beter te kunnen opsporen begon de Belastingdienst in 2013 met een zelflerend algoritme bij de controle op toeslagen. Dat keek vooral naar de allerlaagste inkomens.
04 november 2021
Odette Scharenborg appointed vice-president of ISCA
Last Interspeech conference Odette Scharenborg was appointed vice-president of the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) board, the international organisation for research on human speech recognition and speech technology.
04 november 2021
Delft researchers work on ‘inclusive automatic speech recognition’
For the elderly, people with regional accents and non-native speakers, speech recognition systems are a pain. They don’t catch your meaning and are biased, TU research shows.
08 juni 2021
Publication award for Elvin Isufi
Elvin Isufi received the Audience Choice Award at the 2021 IEEE Data Science & Learning Workshop as co-writer of the publication: "Graph-Time Convolutional Neural Networks".