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Intelligent Machines Lab, is an endeavour to establish close working relationship among researchers, engineers and developers in the areas of robotics, artificial intelligence, human computer interaction and machine learning. We are interested in solving theoretical problems and extending existing boundaries of research. However, our objective is to mold and extend the technology so that it could be used to solve practical problems.

One of our aim to excite the student about these technologies, instigate enthusiasm in them to use technologies to create solutions for solving everyday problems and enable them to make their solutions practical. Currently we are working on the following areas

  • Robotics
  • Computer Vision
  • Machine Learning
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Geographic Information System (GIS)

Latest News

8th Robotics Expo, “Machines of the Future: Robots”

ITU is organizing its 8th Robotics Expo, “Machines of the Future: Robots” on Saturday, May 12, 2018 in which ITU freshman students will showcase their robots prototypes. ← → x × Previous Next

Guest Lecture by Dr Amara Tariq on Automatic image annotation systems

Intelligent Machines Lab’s reading group has organized a Guest Lecture by Dr Amara Tariq on Automatic image annotation systems on Friday 11th of May 2018 in LT-1 (Level-4) at 10:30 am. ← → x × Previous Next

Membership of Planet.com ’s ERP

Intelligent Machines Lab has been granted membership of Planet.com ’s Education and Research Program. Under this program IML will have access to 10000 square kilometers of one-of-a-kind satellite imagery dataset, every month. ← → x × Previous Next

Latest Paper of Computer Vision Research Group

A research paper of Computer Vision Research Group titled “Emotional Filters: Automatic Image Transformation for Inducing Affect” has been accepted at 28th British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC17). The conference will be held in London during 4th – 7th September 2017. Many congrats to the authors: Afsheen Rafaqat Ali and Dr. Mohsen Ali ← → x × Previous Next

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Meet our faculty members

Dr. Mohsen Ali Assistant Professor
PhD – University of Florida
Dr. Waqas Sultani Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Computer Science, Center for Research in Computer Vision, University of Central Florida, USA
Dr. Agha Ali Raza Assistant Professor
PhD Language Technologies – Carnegie Mellon University
Dr. Arif Mahmood Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)
Talha Rehmani Assistant Professor
MS (Robotic Systems Development)- Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Dr. Muhammad Zubair Malik Assistant Professor
PhD The University of Texas at Austin Postdoc the Center for Identity, UT Austin Postdoc the Robotics Institute, CMU