Andrew Markham

Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford

My research falls in the broad domain of Cyber Physical Systems which spans Computer Science, Electronic Engineering and Physics. I invent new sensors, develop innovative signal processing algorithms and integrate these into systems to solve challenging, real-world problems. My work is highly cross-disciplinary, with long-standing collaborations with other fields e.g. Zoology and Earth Science.

News

May 25, 2021 TPAMI paper accepted!
May 8, 2021 ICML paper accepted!

Selected publications

  1. DeepTIO: A deep thermal-inertial odometry with visual hallucination
    Saputra, Muhamad Risqi U, Gusmao, Pedro PB, Lu, Chris Xiaoxuan, Almalioglu, Yasin, Rosa, Stefano, Chen, Changhao, Wahlström, Johan, Wang, Wei, Markham, Andrew, and Trigoni, Niki
    IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 2020
  2. CARACAL: A versatile passive acoustic monitoring tool for wildlife research and conservation
    Wijers, Matthew, Loveridge, Andrew, Macdonald, David W, and Markham, Andrew
    Bioacoustics 2021
  3. Vocal discrimination of African lions and its potential for collar-free tracking
    Wijers, Matthew, Trethowan, Paul, Du Preez, Byron, Chamaillé-Jammes, Simon, Loveridge, Andrew J, Macdonald, David W, and Markham, Andrew
    Bioacoustics 2020
  4. CVPR ORAL Randla-net: Efficient semantic segmentation of large-scale point clouds
    Hu, Qingyong, Yang, Bo, Xie, Linhai, Rosa, Stefano, Guo, Yulan, Wang, Zhihua, Trigoni, Niki, and Markham, Andrew
    In Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2020