Alex Kendall

PhD candidate at Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

PhD student, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Alex Kendall is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge and a graduate member of Trinity College. Prior to this, Alex studied mechatronics engineering at the University of Auckland where he graduated top of his class. He was awarded a Woolf-Fisher Scholarship to pursue a doctorate at Cambridge. His broad research interests are in artificial intelligence, robotics, control, mechatronics, computer vision and related technologies.

Alex is a member of the Machine Intelligence Lab at Cambridge and is supervised by Professor Roberto Cipolla. He is interested in deep learning using convolutional neural networks to advance the control and perception of mobile robots.