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Real-time wave imaging using stereo and monocular machine vision

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3-year full-time or 6-year part time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the School of Mechanical and Design Engineering and will be supervised by. Read more

Public transport accessibility and inclusivity for people with low vision [Self-Funded Students only]

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Our ongoing research across two Schools in Cardiff University, Computer Science and Vision Sciences, have enabled us to understand issues and challenges people with low vision face in their daily commute using public transport. Read more

Postdoctoral position with a specialization in Computer Vision-Based Augmented Reality

The research will focus on developing solutions that use computer vision-enhanced augmented reality (AR) to provide guidance and information as well as collect data from the shop floor by recognizing movements and object detection. Read more

Fully funded Ph.D. position with a focus on Computer Vision-Based Augmented Reality

The research will focus on developing solutions that use computer vision-enhanced augmented reality (AR) to provide guidance and information as well as collect data from the shop floor by recognizing movements and object detection. Read more

Artificial Intelligence - Computer Vision

Our research efforts aim to understand the nature of visual perception so that we can create more visually intelligent machines. This is enabled via fundamental concepts in reasoning, prediction, supervised, semi-supervised and unsupervised learning, and stochastic optimization techniques. Read more

Computer Vision with Deep Learning for Human Data Modelling

This project focuses on deep learning algorithms to model human data such as human images/video, 3D skeletal motion, 3D body/facial surfaces for computer vision tasks such as recognition, prediction and reconstruction. Read more

MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Using vision as a window into Parkinson’s Disease

Whilst commonly considered to be a motor disorder, Parkinson’s Disease is also characterised by changes in vision. Using methods derived from human vision science, we have shown that mutations known to cause early onset Parkinson’s disease result in hyperexcitability in the Drosophila (fruit fly) visual system. Read more
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EASTBIO CASE: Use of advanced technologies to monitor dairy cow health

Supervisors. Professor Alastair Macrae, Professor Marie Haskell (SRUC) and Dr Mayumi Fujiwara (Peacock Technology Limited). Early detection and treatment of common diseases in dairy cows such as mastitis and lameness reduces their associated economic losses, as well as hastens recovery and improves animal welfare. Read more

Differentiating Myopia From Glaucoma: Shortening The Diagnostic Pathway For Long Eyes With Novel Tests Of Visual Function

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences
Glaucoma is the primary cause of permanent vision loss worldwide. It affects the retinal cells that transmit visual information to the brain (retinal ganglion cells, RGCs) by putting them under stress, so they no longer work effectively (i.e., they are dysfunctional or ‘sick’). Read more

Understanding the role of pigmentation in retinal development

Establishing structure-function correlations in vision development  . The aim of this project is to develop methods to study the relationship between pigmentation and vision development in humans and zebrafish.  . Read more

Robot Sheepdog

This project will develop state-of-the-art Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision technology to enable a robotic quadruped (dog) to perform common tasks in a rural farm setting. Read more

Designing an Internet-based intervention for carers and adults with acquired visual loss

  Research Group: Vision and Hearing Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Vision and Hearing Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Prof Peter Allen. Dr Eldre Beukes. Prof Gerhard Andersson (External). Read more

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