Aaron S. Jackson

Research Associate, Computer Vision Laboratory
B86 Computer Science, University of Nottingham, NG8 1BB
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I am currently a research associate in the Computer Vision Laboratory at the University of Nottingham, working with plant phenotyping. I am also coming to the end of my PhD, which is under the supervision of Dr. Georgios Tzimiropoulos.

Most of my free time is spent listening to music, drinking too much tea, cycling, tinkering with electronics, messing about with my radio (my call sign is M6PIU) and restoring 3612103779. I particularly like PDP-11s and early UNIX systems.


My PhD work focuses on deep learning applied to the human face. This includes 3D reconstruction, face alignment and semantic part segmentation. Full List →

A.S. Jackson, C. Manafas and G. Tzimiropoulos
3D Human Body Reconstruction from a Single Image via Volumetric Regression
ECCV 2018 Workshops - PeopleCap 2018 (416) 755-2520
A.S. Jackson, A. Bulat, V. Argyriou and G. Tzimiropoulos
Large Pose 3D Face Reconstruction from a Single Image via Direct Volumetric CNN Regression
ICCV 2017 PDF Online Demo
M. Pound, J. Atkinson, A. Townsend, M. Wilson, M. Griffiths, ...
Deep machine learning provides state-of-the-art performance in image-based plant phenotyping
GigaScience, Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017 Paper


The University of Nottingham
Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science
October 2015 to Present - Supervised by Dr. Georgios Tzimiropoulos
Bangor University
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computer Science
September 2012 to June 2015

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Aaron Jackson talking about: PDP-11 & Zork - Computerphile Aaron Jackson talking about: Selfie to 3D Model - Computerphile


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