I am a postdoctoral fellow at Imperial College London where I currently hold a Dyson Fellowship
. I obtained my PhD from the University of Oxford Department of Computer Science
I am interested in the general topic of visual machine perception which is needed to enable mobile devices to model, explore
and understand their surroundings.
I am particularly interested in ways in which deep neural models can be used alongside
traditional methods and existing domain knowledge. My
current work focusses on how recurrent, convolutional neural networks can be used to create consistent, dense, semantically annotated reconstructions of the world.
I also have a keen interest in computer graphics and animation.
In the past I have worked on machine learning for natural user interaction [8
] and optimal systems design [7
]. I got my MSc degree in Information Engineering from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, at the Centre for Systems and Control