Hello, and welcome to my research website. I am a Dyson Research Fellow at Imperial College London, working in robotics, computer vision, and machine learning.

My research involves teaching robots how to understand images they see of the world. In turn, this aims to equip robots with capacities such as recognising, picking up, and manipulating objects, and performing useful tasks by learning hand-eye coordination skills. Recently, I have become particularly involved with Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning for controlling robots directly from raw images, with a particular emphasis on training using simulation.

I received a BA and MEng from Cambridge University, after which I moved to Imperial College for my PhD. I then spent a year at UCL as a postdoc, before returning to Imperial to help set up the Dyson Robotics Lab and commence my fellowship. For further information on my research and background, have a browse through the above links, and please feel free to get in touch!