Welcome to the Pattern Analysis and Machine
Intelligence (PAMI) research group. The group was founded in 1980
as a part of the Department of
Systems Design Engineering at the University
of Waterloo. Effective May 2004, the group has transferred to the Department
of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The group works on a wide diversity
of pertinent research areas. It also consists of several professors,
researchers and graduate students, as well as adjunct members from other
departments and universities.
The latest developments concerning the PAMI research group. Notification for events, such
as seminars and conferences, is also announced here.
Detailed information concerning all the cutting-edge technology researchers are
developing at the PAMI group. This section is useful for people who are interested
in pattern analysis, machine intelligence, robotics, and other artificial
Research in the PAMI group often involves working on projects that aim to achieve
technological advances in one or more of the PAMI fields. The PAMI group has both
academic and industrial partners who fund these projects and benefit from its achievements.
Focus Groups are small groups of researchers who have common research interests. Each
group exchanges ideas, resources, and often meets periodically to discuss research progress.
Papers that researchers in the PAMI group have written. Some papers may
be available for download for your own research, or if you just want to get more
indepth analysis of the type of work being done in a specific field.
A listing of all the excellent researchers that are currently working in the PAMI group,
along with information about each one.