Before then, I was a PhD student in the Rainbow Group (graphics & interaction) at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, supervised by Professor Peter Robinson. My PhD concerned gaze estimation with graphics.
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My PhD concerned Gaze Estimation with Graphics: investingating both learning-by-synthesis (machine learning with synthetic training data) and analysis-by-synthesis (model fitting with render-and-compare) approaches for estimating eye gaze. My publications are available here.
I enjoyed teaching undergraduate computer vision and graphics courses for over 100 hours, and supervised several final year projects. I recently took part in designing a new set of practical exercises for the first year graphics course.
I graduated from Cambridge University in July 2013 with both a MEng (Distinction) in the Computer Science Tripos (CST) Part III and a BA (First Class) in CST Part II.
In the past I have interned at Microsoft Research Cambridge, the University of Cambridge Computer Lab, and Qualcomm Research Cambridge.