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Rossella Suma

Teaching Fellow

I am a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick and an Associate Fellow of the HEA. My research interests include high dynamic range imaging, image processing, cognitive psychology, and virtual reality.
I completed my PhD in Engineering in July 2020 from the University of Warwick with a dissertation on the application of High Dynamic Range imaging techniques for face matching tasks. The adoption of this imaging technology can be beneficial in scenarios where accuracy in lighting and colour reproduction is paramount, such as surveillance and forensics.
In 2013 I graduated from the Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy) with a Masters Degree in Computer Engineering with a dissertation on autonomous agents behaviour for game environments. I worked as a business intelligence application consultant and, from 2014 to 2016, I was a MarieCurie Fellow in the Initial Training Networks for Digital Cultural Heritage. A project aimed at the design and development of a framework for cost-effective preservation, documentation, protection and presentation of cultural heritage. Within this project, I worked on the process of digitisation, virtual reconstruction and delivery of cultural heritage sites and artefacts.

Teaching

CS324: Computer Graphics
CS261 Software Engineering
CS126 Design of Information Structures
CS352 Project Management for Computer Scientists
CS917 Foundations of Computing
CS1D7 Management and Business Organisation
CS1D4 Database Systems
List of Publications

Rossells Suma portrait

Email: R dot Suma dot 2 at warwick dot ac dot uk

Room CS 2.11
Department of Computer Science
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL

Office Hours:

Thursday: 16.00-18.00

Friday: 10.00 - 14.00

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