Serena Mou

Serena started her PhD with the Centre in 2018 after being introduced to research by her supervisor, Centre CI Dr Niko Sünderhauf, when she completed a Vacation Research Experience Scheme (VRES) project in 2016/2017. This led to an Honours project supervised by Dr. Sünderhauf “Learning to Navigate with Reinforcement Learning”. Along with her interests in robotics, she also has a passion toward the protection and conservation of the environment. Surveying is important for understanding and protecting ecosystems but is repetitive, time consuming and expensive. By using her knowledge of deep learning and its associated frameworks, robotic task design, and semantic representation she is focusing on efficient detection of flora and fauna from aerial surveillance.

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