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Dr Martin Wonders

Senior Lecturer

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

Martin is a senior lecturer and programme leader in the department of computer and information sciences and teaches computer systems, applied programming, machine learning and intelligent systems. Martin's doctoral thesis on Activity Recognition in monitored environments using utility meter disaggregation, focused on the use of machine learning to both disaggregate signals from utility meters, and use these signals to infer the activity of the occupants.

Martins current research interests focus on Machine and Deep learning using data from a variety of sources including CCTV video footage from car parks to determine parking space availability, internal and external environmental sensor data to inform sustainability in buildings, sales and social media data for demand forecasting of hot products working with a top retail company (Knowledge Transfer Partnership).


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