Dr Lili Tao

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Lili Tao is a Senior Lecturer in Machine Vision in the Centre of Machine Vision, Bristol Robotics Laboratory. She is also an Honorary Researcher at the University of Bristol. Before joining UWE Bristol, she was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Bristol (from 2013 to 2017). While there, she worked on the SPHERE project, applying computer vision techniques to help diagnosing and managing health and well-being conditions in home-based environments. Before that, she received a BEng degree with a first class honours in Digital Signal and Image Processing (2010), and a PhD degree (2013), both from the University of Central Lancashire, UK. Her PhD research was focused on recovering the 3D non-rigid object and camera motion from a monocular video sequence. 


Her research area is computer vision. She is particularly interested in developing methods for estimating and analysing deformable and articulated objects, such as human motion modelling and analysis, physical activity monitoring and facial articulated assessment.

Area of expertise

Computer Vision​

​Human motion modelling and analysis
Physical activity monitoring
Facial articulated assessment
3D deformable object reconstruction

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