|Senior Research Associate||
Y dot Lan at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 3287
In 2001 Yuxuan obtained a BEng. in Electronics and Information Engineering from Wuhan University, China. In 2001, she came to UEA to study an MSc in Computing Science in what was then called the School of Information Systems (now the School of Computing Sciences) and received the degree with distinction. She began her PhD titled "Recognition Using Morphological Scale Space Trees" in 2002, under the supervision of Dr Richard Harvey and Dr Gavin Cawley, and was awarded a PhD in 2007.
Yuxuan is part of the Graphics, Vision and Speech Lab, and has been involved in research areas of image processing, machine learning, and audio and visual speech processing. Between 2007 and 2010, she was working on an EPSRC funded project called LILiR (Language Independent Lip-Reading), and was focusing on areas of feature extraction and machine learning applied to automatic computer lip-reading. She is now working on a real-time implementation of the lip-reading system.
2002 - 2007 PhD candidate
School of Computing Sciences, UEA.
PhD project: Recognition Using Morphological Scale Space Trees (abstract PDF).
2001 - 2002 MSc. Computing Science (distinction)
School of Information Systems (now School of Computing Sciences), UEA.
Dissertation project: Comparing classifiers for the analysis of microarrays (abstract PDF).
1997 - 2001 BEng. Electronics and Information Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University.
Yuxuan's research interests include:
Yuxuan's PhD thesis, entitled Recognition using Morphological Scale Space Trees.(PDF,90Mb)
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