The core expertise of the iBUG group is the machine analysis of human behaviour in space and time including face analysis, body gesture analysis, visual, audio, and multimodal analysis of human behaviour, and biometrics analysis. Application areas in which the group is working are face analysis, body gesture analysis, audio and visual human behaviour analysis, biometrics and behaviometrics, and HCI.
The clip from the report can be found here.
One new funded PhD studentship is now available in the group. For more information and how to apply see the Vacancies.
We are organising the first Faces "in-the-wild" workshop-challenge in CVPR 2017. The workshop-challenge consist of two sessions. One on facial landmark localisation "in-the-wild" on arbitrary poses and one of affect analysis "in-the-wild. Please visit the workshop-challenges pages for more information. Papers are also solicited for our Faces "in-the-wild" workshop that touch upon all face analysis tasks from unconstrained images. Authors can submit their papers here.