Dr Navid Hajimirza obtained his PhD in computer vision from the Department of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London and his MSc. in Mechatronics from King's College. He has been involved in numerous European funded research projects as researcher/project manager including PetaMedia, PAPAYRUS, 3D-Life, REVERIE and CUBRIK. Navid has developed new technologies in the fields of human-computer interaction, and computer vision and published over 20 scientific papers and reports in various international conferences, journals and projects. His research in the fields of eye tracking and visual cognition has become a benchmark that received numerous citations from other publications.
Read some of Navid academic papers:
- Gaze movement inference for implicit image annotation
- Reading Users' Minds From Their Eyes: A Method for Implicit Image Annotation
- People recognition using gamified ambiguous feedback
- Gaze movement inference for user adapted image annotation and retrieval
- Towards an expressive virtual tutor: an implementation of a virtual tutor based on an empirical study of non-verbal behaviour
- Finding the user's interest level from their eyes