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Professor James Ferryman

Professor James Ferryman	- Professor of Computational Vision

Lecturer in Computer Science and a member of the Computational Vision Group at the University of Reading.

Office

Room 123

Building location

Polly Vacher

Areas of interest

Professor Ferryman's current research is concerned with the automatic visual surveillance of wide area scenes using computational vision. The research has contributed new results in the areas of model-based vision, visual tracking and surveillance, especially using 3D deformable models.

Specific research includes:

  • Model-based methods for people and vehicle surveillance
  • Appearance-based modelling
  • Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
  • Pose and structure recovery
  • Classification
  • Path-based tracking of known objects in 3D using single or multiple cameras.

Professor Ferryman is particularly keen to see technology transfer and commercial prototypes based on research.

Websites/blogs

Find out more about the Computational Vision Group. Learn more about Professor Ferryman on Google Scholar and ResearchGate.

Publications