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Dr Laszlo Talas

Dr Laszlo Talas

Dr Laszlo Talas

EPSRC Innovation Fellow

Area of research

Machine learning

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24 Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TQ
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Research summary

I am a zoologist / experimental psychologist whose research interests primarily concern computational approaches to applied vision and questions lying at the intersection of sensory biology, psychology, history and art. I am particularly passionate about how visual scenes can be “understood” using computer vision and what comparisons can be drawn with biological visual systems. 

Projects I work on:

 

Automatic disease detection and monitoring in calves

I am an EPSRC Innovation Fellow on a project developing automatic disease detection and monitoring in domestic cattle calves. The project uses artificial intelligence techniques, coupled with visible-range and thermal cameras, to identify Bovine ...

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Biography

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2011 with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology & Zoology. I did my final year dissertation on gloss perception in the large earth bumblebee (Bombus terrestris). I have decided to stay in Bristol to do a PhD; my thesis investigated the cultural evolution of camouflage uniform patterns and was supervised by Prof. Innes Cuthill (School of Biological Sciences), Prof. David Bull (Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering) and Dr Gavin Thomas (Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield). I have been previously working as a Research Associate on the EPSRC-funded "Camouflage Machine ...

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Recent publications

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