I am a Lecturer in Computer Science with the Risk and Information Management (RIM) group at QMUL. Previously, I coordinated the behaviour monitoring work package for the SAMURAI EU FP7 project at QMUL ('08-11). During my PhD, I worked with Sethu Vijayakumar in the Statistical Machine Learning and Motor Control group and Edinburgh's IPAB and ANC institutes.
My background spans informatics & neuroscience (PhD Neuroinformatics, Edinburgh, 2008; MSc Neuroinformatics, Edinburgh 2004), machine learning (MSc Informatics, Edinburgh, 2003) and computer science (BA Computer Science, University of Cambridge, 2002).
My academic interests include probabilistic modelling and machine learning: applied variously to interactive learning, structure learning, data mining, computer vision, behaviour understanding, data fusion, robotics, motion-capture, novel human-computer interfaces and theoretical neuroscience.
08/2013: Paper accepted to ICCV 2013!
08/2013: Paper accepted to IEEE PAMI!
Fully funded international PhD studentship available starting in Autumn 2013. Details available here, or email me to enquire.
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MSc, Neuroinformatics, University of Edinburgh, 2004
Thesis: Functional Organization & Plasticity in the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex
Advisor: Mayank Dutia
MSc, Informatics, University of Edinburgh, 2003
Thesis: Optimal Learning in Neurons with Active Dendritic Spines
Advisor: David Barber
BA, Computer Science, University of Cambridge, 2002
Dissertation: A Probabilistic Approach for Commodity Eye-Tracking
* Best Dissertation Prize, University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
* UK SET Computer Science Student of the Year Award
Advisor: David Mackay
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