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James Tompkin

James Tompkin


Sponsoring company: BBC

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Research abstract. This project aims to explore the possibilities of video-based rendering to enable arbitrary camera viewpoints for applications such as sports matches. The research will attempt to improve the capture and reconstruction pipeline, involving wide-baseline calibration and acquisition, raw image processing, geometric reconstruction, texturing, relighting, animation and rendering. Specific attention will be paid to the reconstruction of human action. The goal of the project is realistic depiction in real-time.

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Patrick Weber

Patrick Weber

Sponsored by: ThinkLondon

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Research abstract. My research builds upon a previous project in collaboration with the foreign direct investment promotion agency Think London, where I developed a Geographical Information System for the agency. Through the EngD I will continue this collaboration and develop more advanced analysis and visualisation tools for the promotion of inward investment in London.

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Abel Maciel


Sponsored by: 3DReid

Research abstract. This project will explore the hypothesis of graphical modelling of design as an integration strategy for the management of building construction projects. It is planned to develop in two stages: The first one will investigate geometrical modelling as the pivot for determinants of architectural design, such as sustainability and planning principles.

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Mojtaba Bahrami


Sponsoring company. Ordnance Survey

In October 2009 Mojtaba Bahrami won a Student Paper Award (in an international competition)  from the U.S. Institution of Navigation (ION) to present his work at the ION GNSS 2009 conference, the 22nd International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of the U.S. Institute of Navigation, in September 22-25 in Savannah, Georgia. Student papers are reviewed by session chairs and only those papers of sufficient technical quality for acceptance as a primary paper in the session are awarded and receive full conference and travel grant.  Mojtaba presented his technical paper “Getting Back on the Sidewalk: Doppler-Aided Autonomous Positioning with Single-Frequency Mass Market Receivers in Urban Areas” at the conference, in the session on Urban and Indoor Navigation Technology. He is an EngD VEIV research engineer sponsored by the Ordnance Survey and is currently finalising his thesis. The objective of his research is to provide techniques that enable ordinary end-users to instantly improve the accuracy and precision of their raw GPS/GNSS positioning in urban environments. He is supervised by Prof. Marek Ziebart (Geomatic Engineering Lab. CEGE department) and Prof. Anthony Steed (Computer Science department) and Chris Phillips (Ordnance Survey).

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Erica Calogero

Sponsored by. Buro Happold

Research abstract. The aim of the project is to use agent based modelling techniques to design and implement a high-resolution simulation of people movement in large urban areas for the purpose of risk reduction and mitigation in the event of system shocks. The research will analyse both existing population and statistical data along with high resolution spatial network data that interfaces with existing GIS technologies in order to enable a baseline model of people movement that can dynamically update and respond to changes in the transport network. The results from the research are aimed to help emergency managers carry out risk assessments before, during and after such shocks take place. Bayesian belief networks will be used to model the choices that individuals make in the face of risk.

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