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Biomedical Engineering with Deep Learning based Video Analysis
Computer Vision with Deep Learning for Human Data Modelling
Deep Learning based Computer Graphics for Creating Virtual Characters

Brian K. S. Isaac-Medina

Durham University
Part-time Research Assistant
, 2021 - 2021

Durham University
, United Kingdom

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Funding Participated

The Catapult Network (S-TRIG)
Security Technology Research Innovation Grants Programme (S-TRIG) (Ref: 007CD): £29,500, Research Assistant (PI: Hubert P. H. Shum) ()
Project Title: Tracking Drones Across Different Platforms with Machine Vision

Received from The Catapult Network (S-TRIG), UK, 2020-2021
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Publications with the Team

UAV-ReID: A Benchmark on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Re-identification in Video Imagery
UAV-ReID: A Benchmark on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Re-identification in Video Imagery Citation: 1##
Proceedings of the 2022 International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications (VISAPP), 2022
Daniel Organisciak, Matthew Poyser, Aishah Alsehaim, Shanfeng Hu, Brian K. S. Isaac-Medina, Toby P. Breckon and Hubert P. H. Shum
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Visual Detection and Tracking using Deep Neural Networks: A Performance Benchmark
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Visual Detection and Tracking using Deep Neural Networks: A Performance Benchmark Citation: 10##
Proceedings of the 2021 International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop on Anti-UAV (ICCVW), 2021
Brian K. S. Isaac-Medina, Matthew Poyser, Daniel Organisciak, Chris G. Willcocks, Toby P. Breckon and Hubert P. H. Shum
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