20092020

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Research interests

I am a Reader (=Associate Professor) and EPSRC-UKRI Innovation Fellow in the Visual Computing Group and REVEAL at the University of Bath. My research interests cover the fields of image processing, computer graphics and computer vision, and his research combines insights from vision, graphics and perception to reconstruct visual information from images and videos, to create high-quality visual experiences with a focus on 6-degree-of-freedom VR video.

I am also interested in stereoscopic vision and graphics, computational photography and non-photorealistic rendering (NPR). I furthermore enjoy teaching, mentoring and supervising student projects – many of which have received project prizes at Cambridge.

I am looking for students!

Are you interested in visual computing, computer graphics, computational photography or video processing? I am looking for motivated students at all levels, from Bachelor’s, Master’s to PhD level. Please contact me if you are interested.

For more information, please see my website at https://richardt.name.

Willing to supervise doctoral students

Topics in visual computing, computer graphics, virtual/augmented/mixed reality, computational photography or video processing.

Education/Academic qualification

Computer Science, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge

20072012

Award Date: 24 Mar 2012

Computer Science, Bachelor of Arts, University of Cambridge

20042007

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