Dean Few received his BSc (Hons) degree in Computer Science at the University of Brighton. He started working for the Cultural Informatics Research Group in 2011 supporting research for the European 3D-COFORM project. His current active research includes analysing Regency Period coving mouldings using 3D technology and recorded metadata to aid restoration processes. He is also a STEM ambassador so acts as a mediator to encourage school children to participate in scientific research, gain knowledge of current state of the art technology and also to think about future careers in science and technology.
His other interests include intelligent software, artificial neural networks, genetic programming and also multi core/GPU programming.
My research interests include intelligent software, artificial neural networks, genetic programming and also multi core/GPU programming. 3D data acquisition technology is another active research interest as well as automatic procedural 3d geometry generation.
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