Neil Dodgson

Current PhD students

  • Leszek Świrski - binocular eye-tracking, stereoscopic interaction
  • Henrik Lieng - non-photorealistic rendering from high-dimensional data

Past PhD students

  • 2000 Andy Penrose - Lossless Image Compression
  • 2000 James Gain - Directly Manipulated Free-Form Deformation
  • 2001 Tony Polichroniadis - Definition and Control of Autonomous Actors
  • 2001 Marco Gillies - Experimental Psychology for Virtual Actors
  • 2002 Michael Blain - Animating Liquids
  • 2003 Stephen Brooks - Concise Texture Editing
  • 2004 Roongroj Nopsuwanchai - Discriminative Training Methods and their Applications to Handwriting Recognition
  • 2005 Carsten Moenning - Intrinsic Point-based Surface Processing
  • 2005 Mo Hassan - Analysis of Subdivision Schemes
  • 2006 Stephen Rymill - psychology-based crowd simulation
  • 2007 Mark Grundland - Colour, Style and Composition in Image Processing
  • 2008 Richard Southern - Novel surface representations
  • 2009 Julian Smith - robust boolean operations on polygonised geometry
  • 2010 Tom Cashman - making subdivision fully compatible with NURBS
  • 2012 Christian Richardt - depth cameras, stereo computer vision, stereo non-photorealistic rendering

Applying to be a PhD student

If you would like to apply to undertake your PhD in the Cambridge Graphics & Interaction Research Group (the Rainbow Group) then please read the information about PhD research in the Rainbow Group before contacting Prof. Dodgson directly by e-mail.