Professor Philip Torr Oxford-Brookes University
Philip Torr did his PhD (DPhil) at the Robotics Research Group of the University of Oxford under Professor David Murray of the Active Vision Group. He worked for another three years at Oxford as a research fellow, and is currently a Visiting Fellow in Engineering Science at the University of Oxford, working closely with Prof. Zisserman and the Visual Geometry Group.
He left Oxford to work for six years as a research scientist for Microsoft Research, first in Redmond USA in the Vision Technology Group, then in Cambridge UK founding the vision side of the Machine learning and perception group. He is now a Professor in in Computer Vision and Machine Learning at Oxford Brookes University. He is a senior member of the IEEE. He is a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award Holder. He is program co-chair for ICCV 2013.
Prof. Torr’s Oxford-Brookes webpages can be viewed here: Phil’s Pages