Benjamin J Biggs


I am a PhD researcher in the Machine Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, and a graduate member of Jesus College.

I am supervised by Professor Roberto Cipolla, head of the Computer Vision and Robotics group at Cambridge, and Dr Andrew Fitzgibbon, a principle researcher at Microsoft Research.

My research interests include object detection and tracking problems, with specific attention towards deriving 3D shape and pose from live video sequences of morphable objects. My current project concerns the growing area of animal tracking and I am grateful to the IIM Digitisiation and PTS Automation teams at GlaxoSmithKline for sponsoring this work.

Outside the lab, I am a keen pianist, singer, theatre go-er, squash player and somewhat reluctant gym member.


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Fallside Laboratory
Department of Engineering
Trumpington Street
United Kingdom