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Catherine Taylor to present at SCA 2019, ISMAR 2019 & SIGGRAPH 2019 - Camera

Catherine Taylor to present at SCA 2019, ISMAR 2019 & SIGGRAPH 2019

CDE Research Engineer Catherine Taylor will be presenting at no less than three prestigious international conferences this year. The IEEE ISMAR is the leading international academic conference in the fields of Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality.

EngD Researcher Kyle Reed to present at Symposium of Computer Animation 2019 - Camera

EngD Researcher Kyle Reed to present at Symposium of Computer Animation 2019

Kyle Reed will be presenting his work with Prof Darren Cosker at the ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium of Computer Animation (SCA). This prestigious event has been the premier forum for innovations in the software and technology of computer animation since 2002.

PhD Student Maryam Naghizadeh invited to present at CGI’19 - Camera

PhD Student Maryam Naghizadeh invited to present at CGI’19

PhD student Maryam Naghizadeh was invited to present her work with Prof. Cosker at CGI’19.

Tailor-made prosthetic liners could help more amputees walk again - Camera

Tailor-made prosthetic liners could help more amputees walk again

This potentially life-changing project is combining advances in computer science with an innovative manufacturing process to create affordable new personalised prosthetic liners for lower limb amputees. There are more than 45,000 people in England alone who rely on prosthetic limbs, with more than 5,000 people each year having new lower-limb amputations.

New opportunity to work within CAMERA - Camera

New opportunity to work within CAMERA

We are excited to be recruiting for a new position with CAMERA. We are looking for a Research Software Engineer to work with Dr Christian Richardt.

CAMERA Welcomes New Research Associate - Camera

CAMERA Welcomes New Research Associate

A warm welcome to Dr Laurie Needham who has joined CAMERA as a Research Associate in the Department for Health and will be exploring the use of markerless motion capture and other computer vision techniques for applications within sports biomechanics. Dr Needham received his PhD in biomechanics and motor control from Cardiff Metropolitan University.