Australian National University
Dylan joined the Centre as a Research Fellow at the Australian National University (ANU) in August 2018. Previously, he was a PhD student at ANU and Data61/CSIRO, where he worked on geometric vision problems, and a research assistant in the Cyber-Physical Systems group of Data61/CSIRO, where he worked on Resource Constrained Vision.
Dylan received a BE in Mechatronic Engineering from the University of New South Wales. He has broad research interests within computer vision and robotics, including geometric vision and human-centred vision. In particular, he has investigated geometric sensor data alignment problems, such as camera localisation, simultaneous localisation and mapping, and structure from motion. He is currently looking at the problems of recognising, modelling, and predicting human actions, poses and human-object interactions with a view to facilitate robot-human interaction as part of a Centre project. You can view his personal website here.
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