For six months from September 2021 – March 2022 I interned with Levi Strauss & Co. as a Data Scientist, working on fine-grain computer vision.
My work focused on the development of a body shape classification system for fit recommendation. This is achieved through a pipeline of models for human instance segmentation and keypoint estimation.
Work is ongoing to release a paper discussing the work undertaken.
Alongside my PhD I am also employed as a Teaching Assistant at Newcastle University.
For this I aid in the teaching of Undergraduate and Postgraduate modules in the School of Computing focusing on Python, Java, Data Science, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning modules.
I have also supervised multiple Undergraduate and Postgraduate dissertations in the areas of fine-grained image classification, Siamese Neural Networks, and GANs. Students I have supervised have gone on to publish their works.