Lecturing

We offer a variety of units and lectures at University of Bath. They cover the topics in computer vision, graphics, robotics and machine learning.

 

Fundamentals of Visual Computing (2018-2021)

Fundamentals of Visual Computing (CM20219) led by Dr. Wenbin Li, is an introductory unit that teaches the essential mathematical and computational foundations for Computer Graphics and Vision, and how to apply them in practice with MATLAB and WebGL programming. For learning outcomes, the students should establish their skills to model and manipulate graphical objects to generate images, then select appropriate techniques to process images and extract useful information. For the course materials, please refer to the [Moodle Page].

 

Humans and Intelligent Machines (2018-2019)

Humans and Intelligent Machines (CM50272) co-led with Prof. Eamonn O'Neill and Prof. Joanna Bryson, is an advanced unit about intelligent robots, their interactions to humans, and the related ethical issues. After this unit, the students should understand current practice in systems involving humans and intelligent machines, and show awareness of systems design issues. The students should also establish skills to conduct new systems involving humans and machine intelligence. For the course materials, please refer to the [Moodle Page].

 

Intelligent Control and Cognitive Systems (2018-2019)

Intelligent Control and Cognitive Systems (CM30229/CM50230) co-led with Prof. Joanna Bryson, is an advanced unit about the construction of intelligent systems and the potential issues in the deployment. After this unit, the students should achieve the roles and capabilities of conducting research and providing advice for companies, organisations, or citizens that ask for their help or opinion on the related topics in intelligent systems. For the course materials, please refer to the [Moodle Page].

If you are a PhD student at University of Bath and would like to help us as a TA, please [Get In Touch].

Undergraduate and MSc projects

We also offer positions for final year CS/EE and MSc students who would like to conduct their degree dissertations in the fields.

 

Autonomous Driving System for TBRe-AI (2019-2021)

Team Bath Racing Electric Autonomous (TBRe-AI) is an award-winning team that aims to deliver a driverless formula one vehicle for international competitions. We are supposed to develop a typical pipeline that includes several key components, i.e. Perception, SLAMs, Planning, Navigation and System Simulation. The candidates should select one of these core projects and work toward the integrated vehicle system. For more details, please refer to [FYP-CM30082] [MSc-CM50175].

 

Robotics, Vision and Machine Learning (2018-2021)

There would be some project proposals from time to time that related to our current research. Most of them would lie in one of the following topics: Visual SLAMs, Dynamic Scene Reconstruction, Imitation Robot Learning, and Robot Motion Control. For more details, please refer to [FYP-CM30082] [MSc-CM50175]. In fact, we appreciate any new thought on top of our research, and are happy to help for making it happen. Please [Get In Touch] and discuss your exciting ideas.

If you are a student at University of Bath and would like to work with us for your dissertation, please [Get In Touch].