Members of the Vision Lab

 

Alan Johnston


Professor of Psychology

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Phone: 020 7679 5310    

Fax: 020 7436 4276


Visual Psychophysics, Mathematical Biology, Computational Vision, Motion, Space and Time Perception, Face Perception.

Principal investigator

John Greenwood


Principal investigator

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Phone: 020 7679 1020

Web site: http://JGvision.com


My research examines visual perception using behavioural psychophysics, computational modelling, eye tracking, and fMRI. I am currently funded by an MRC Career Development Award with a focus on ‘visual crowding’ (the deleterious effect of clutter on object recognition), a process that occurs in both ‘normal’ peripheral vision and the central vision of children with amblyopia. I am also actively interested in the perception of motion, depth, position, and density/numerosity, as well as eye movements, face recognition, and attention.

Katherine Storrs


Principal investigator

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Phone: 020 7679 1021



I am here at UCL as a teaching fellow, lecturing in visual perception. I am also a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, Australia, researching what high-level aftereffects can tell us about how the brain encodes faces and other objects.

Research fellow

Zhuoyi Song


Research fellow

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Phone: 020 7679 8599



Computational modelling of visual motion processing in the brain, aiming at gaining insights about neuronal implementation of motion encoding.

Nicola Binetti


Research fellow

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My research focuses on space and time perception, and how these quantities are integrated in the brain through action and passive body displacements. I am currently investigating the temporal aspects underlying mutual gaze.

PhD Students

Jevgenija Beridze


PhD Student

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My PhD project focusses on reconstructing 3D models of the human face by combining 2D video streams. In order to do so, I am going to employ an array of six radially-arranged cameras to record the face from different angles. Using motion evaluation techniques (e.g., optic flow detection), stereo disparity maps from 2D video streams can be merged into a full 3D model. I am happy to acknowledge the support of NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Tokyo, Japan.

Fintan Nagle


PhD Student

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My PhD project is aimed at extending the Vision Lab's computational face processing pipeline (which we rely on for operations such as modelling images in face space and projecting facial motion from a person on to a generated avatar) to include 3D data and concepts from geometric algebra.

Charlie Harrison


PhD Student

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My PhD aims to explore the effect of temporal dynamics on gaze perception, with a particular focus on mutual gaze. The project is co-supervised by Dr Isabelle Mareschal.

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Alumni



  • Aurelio Bruno - postdoctoral researcher.
  • Inci Ayhan - PhD student.
  • Richard Cook - PhD student.
  • Andy Rider - PhD student and postdoctoral researcher.
  • Harry Griffin - postdoctoral researcher.
  • Peter Scarfe - postdoctoral researcher.
  • David Souto - postdoctoral researcher.
  • Yijun Xiao - postdoctoral researcher.
  • Ben Hall - PhD student.
  • Andy Newell - PhD student.
  • Kim Chisholm - 3rd year project student.
  • Marion Saroul - 3rd year student.