University of Surrey University

The University of Surrey was established in 1966 with the grant of its Royal Charter, but its roots go back to a late 19th-century concern to provide greater access to further and higher education for the poorer inhabitants of London.
Computer Vision, Robotics and Machine Learning is taught by academics from Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP). The Centre is internationally recognised for its research in computer vision, multimedia signal processing and machine learning. With a diverse community of more than 120 researchers, they are one of the largest and best respected vision research groups in the UK.

Computer Vision, Robotics and Machine Learning, will provide students with in-depth training and hands-on learning experiences. It is well suited to anyone who is interested in a career in research-oriented institutions or pioneering technology companies which focus on deep and machine learning, robotics and automation and image and video analysis.
On this course, students will cover advanced computer vision and machine learning approaches for image and video analysis, as well as low-level image processing methods. They will also have the opportunity to substantially expand their programming skills through the projects they choose take on.
University of Surrey links with innovative firms in machine learning, computer vision and gaming including Sony, Microsoft and the broader industry, where skills such as deep learning are in great demand.

Industry: Other
Headquarters: Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom
Founded Date: 1891
Employees Number: 1001-5000
Funding Status: Undisclosed

Visit Website
Register and Claim Ownership