Matthew McGuigan, BSc, MSc.

I am a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Exeter.


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⬅ Check out my YouTube channel. I provide IT solutions and have reached over 1 million views.

TV Interview and Publications

See my TV interview for the solar eclipse here:

Publications:

McGuigan, M. and Christmas, J. (2019). Automating RTI: Automatic light direction detection and correcting non uniform lighting for more accurate surface normals, Elsevier Computer Vision and Image Understanding. Volume 192, March 2020, 102880.

McGuigan, M. and Christmas, J. (2019). Remote Extraction of Latent Fingerprints (RELF) algorithm. Article submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security.

Benning M., Bonthrone L., Carr T., Dyer J., Malip A., McGuigan M., Puiu A., Tian Y., Wendland A., Yang L. (2019). Identifying Potential Hardening Techniques for Image Classifiers - Cryptanalysis in Machine Learning, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), United Kingdom (UK), pp. 1-31.

Blog

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Research and Interests

My research interests include Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Optics, Astronomical Imaging. Please see below for some things I have been working on.

My PhD Projectmore_vert

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My PhD involves the estimation of an object’s shape, reflectance and surface topography from photographs using machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches.

RTI Group at Exetermore_vert

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The group in which I am a postgraduate student consists of a range of personnel from various disciplines including computer science, natrual science and material science.

Solar Eclipse TV Interviewmore_vert

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I was contacted for an interview and asked to explain how to image the 2015 solar eclipse. I also discussed some astrophotograpy which I had posted online.

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A few of my photographs

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