Centre for Visual Information Technology (CVIT) is a research centre at International Institute of Information Technology at Hyderabad. The centre is actively involved in research and imparting advanced training through seminars, workshops and semester long courses in the fields of Computer Vision, Image Processing, Computer Graphics, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning.

CVIT today has 6 faculty members, over 40 research students, and 20-25 UG honours students working on different problems. In addition, several top researchers in the area visit, give talks, and interact with CVIT's researchers.

CVIT has several externally funded projects, funded by agencies including Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), Department of Science and Technology (DST), different labs of the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Naval Research Board (NRB), Microsoft Research, Philips Research, and Lions International.

Recent Updates

Journal at Computer Vision and Image Understanding
Yashaswi Verma and Prof. C.V. Jawahar got their work accepted at CVIU. Many congratulations to them!!
Oct, 2016

Prof. P J Narayanan is elected as Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineers
The INAE honours Indian and Foreign nationals who are elected by "peer" committees in recognition of their personal...
Sep, 2016

Journal at Pattern Recognition '16
Suriya Singh, Dr. Chetan Arora and Prof. C.V. Jawahar got their work accepted at PR'16. Many congratulations to all...
Jul, 2016