Background: Terry Windeatt received the BSc degree in Applied Science from
University of Sussex, followed by M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering from
University of California, B.A. in theology and PhD degree from University
of Surrey, U.K.. After lecturing in Control Engineering at Kingston University,
UK, he went to live and work in the USA for eight years. He worked on Intelligent
Systems in the Research and Development Departments of General Motors and
Xerox Corporation in Rochester, NY. His industrial R&D experience is
in modelling/simulation for intelligent automotive and office-copying applications.
He returned from the United States to join the Department of Electrical
and Electronic Engineering at the University of Surrey, where he now lectures
in Machine Intelligence. He has worked on various research projects in
the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing, and his current research
interests include Neural Nets, Pattern Recognition, and Computer Vision.