I'm currently a Sessional Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto, having recently been awarded my PhD from the University of Cambridge. I'm interested in pursuing a research career with a full time academic research position or industrial research scientist role.
I was supervised by Professor Roberto Cipolla, head of the Computer Vision and Robotics group in the Machine Intelligence Lab, and Dr. Antonio Criminisi, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research. My PhD was supported by a Microsoft Research Ph.D. Scholarship.
I am currently interested in deep learning, specifically the effect of structure in learning deep neural networks, and their application to problems in computer vision. I have in the past worked on 3D computer vision, towards methods for processing and recognizing objects in large point clouds.
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