Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Vision
2004 - 2007 (expected)
|Department of Engineering
University of Cambridge
Cambridge CB2 1PZ
E-mail: sfw26 "at" cam "dot" ac "dot" uk
I am a final year Ph.D. student in the Machine Intelligence Laboratory
in the Department of Engineering of the University of Cambridge. My
supervisor is Professor Roberto Cipolla.
Before I started my Ph.D. study, I had received the BCogSc (Cognitive
Science) degree, with 1st class honors, and the M.Phil. degree in
Computer Vision from the University of Hong Kong in 2002 and 2004
respectively. During my M.Phil. study, I was supervised by Dr. Kwan-Yee
Kenneth Wong and Dr. Wenping Wang .
My research interests include visual tracking, motion understanding,
pattern recognition and sign language recognition.
My Ph.D. study is funded by Croucher Foundation (Hong Kong) and I am a
member of Queens' College.
S.-F. Wong, T.-K.
Kim and R. Cipolla.
Learning Motion Categories using both Semantic and Structural
In Proc. IEEE Conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
(CVPR 2007), Minneapolis, USA, June 2007.
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Continuous gesture recognition using a sparse Bayesian classifier.
In Proc. 18th IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition
(ICPR 2006), volume 1, pages 1084 - 1087, Hong Kong, August
-- received Best Student Paper Awards
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