|Professor of Computer Technology|
|University of Cambridge|
|15 JJ Thomson Avenue|
|England CB3 0FD|
|1971-1974||Read Mathematics as Scholar at Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, with first class honours in all three years. Graduated BA & MA.|
|1974-1975||Read Part III Mathematics Tripos (one year post-graduate course), attained honours.|
|1975-1979||Research under Dr Neil Wiseman at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory and sponsored by the BBC. Thesis entitled Graphic Design with Computers covering aspects of interactive graphics. Graduated PhD.|
|1984||Amateur radio call sign G3MRX.|
|1993||Fellow of the British Computer Society, Chartered Engineer.|
|1979||Research Assistant at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory working on An environment for interactive systems.|
|1980-1983||Research Assistant at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory working on Design aids for Ferranti ULAs.|
|1983-1993||Assistant Director of Research at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.|
|1983 onwards||College Lecturer, Director of Studies and Fellow of Gonville & Caius College.|
|1988||Sabbatical leave as Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the University of Adelaide.|
|1991||Visiting lecturer for course on electronic CAD at the University of British Columbia.|
|1993||Sabbatical leave as Visiting Scientist at Rank Xerox EuroPARC.|
|1993-2000||University Lecturer at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.|
|2000-2001||Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.|
|2001-2005||Personal Readership in Computer Technology at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.|
|2002||Sabbatical leave as Visiting Scientist at IBM Zurich Laboratory.|
|2003-2009||Deputy Head of Department at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.|
|2005 onwards||Personal Chair in Computer Technology at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.|
|1983 onwards||Member of review panels for European Commission and research councils in UK, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore, Council of National Academic Awards, journals and publishers.
Member of programme committees for numerous international conferences.
|1985 onwards||Examiner for higher degrees in Cambridge and elsewhere.|
|1985-1996||Joint Editor of the Software Engineering Journal.|
|1996 onwards||Editorial Board of the Computer Journal.|
|1996-1999||Feature Editor of the Computer Journal.|
|1997||Panellist for research review at Siemens Research.|
|1997-2005||Lecturer at Royal Institution masterclasses for secondary school children and as part of the University's Science Week.
Short listed by the Royal Institution to present a series of Christmas Lectures for young people in 2002.
|1998-2000||External examiner at the University of East Anglia.|
|1999||Joint organiser of the EDSAC 99 meeting celebrating 50 years of computing in Cambridge.|
|2003 onwards||EPSRC College.|
|2005-2008||Consultant to Toyota Motor Corporation.|
|2006||Invited exhibitor at Royal Society Summer Science Exhibitions in London and Glasgow.
Exhibited at IIT Mumbai Techfest in 2007.
|2007-2010||Alfaisal University Engineering Programme Committee.|
|2008-2011||Visiting Fellow at Bristol Robotics Laboratory.|
|2008||BCS Computer Journal Lecturer.|
|2009||Joint organiser of the Royal Society Discussion Meeting on Computation of emotions in man and machines.|
|2009||Organiser of Cambridge Philosophical Society Discussion Meeting on Emotions in an age of communication.|
|2013||Invited lecture, Faraday Institute.|
|1972||Gonville & Caius College Michael Latham Prize.|
|1974||Gonville & Caius College Senior Scholarship.|
|1984||Computer Journal Wilkes Award.|
|1985||RSGB Norman Keith Adams Prize.|
|1996||Cambridge Foundation Pilkington Teaching Prize.|
|2004||IBM Faculty Award.|
| 3D Constrained local model for rigid and non-rigid facial tracking
Tadas Baltrušaitis, Peter Robinson, Louis-Philippe Morency.
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Providence, RI, June 2012.
| The emotional computer
Peter Robinson, Tadas Baltrušaitis, Ian Davies, Tomas Pfister, Laurel Riek, Kevin Hull.
International Conference on Pervasive Computing, San Francisco, CA, June 2011.
(Best video award.)
| Classification of complex information: inference of co-occurring affective states from their expressions in speech
Tal Sobol-Shikler, Peter Robinson.
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 32(7), pp 1284-1297, July 2010.
| Territorial coordination and workspace awareness in remote tabletop collaboration
Phil Tuddenham, Peter Robinson.
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems, Boston, MA, April 2009.
(Nominated for best paper.)