Jack Spencer - Industry Research Fellow
Jack was awarded a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Liverpool in 2012, before beginning his PhD in Applied Mathematics under the supervision of Prof. Ke Chen in the same department. He joined the Centre for Mathematical Imaging Techniques (CMIT), working on variational methods in computer vision, convex optimisation, and numerical methods.
After completing his PhD in 2016, Jack joined the newly formed EPSRC Liverpool Centre for Mathematics in Healthcare (LCMH) as a postdoctoral research associate. He worked closely with LCMH’s research partners, including Mirada Medical and Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, on interactive segmentation methods in 2D and 3D with applications including radiotherapy planning.
Jack works within the Translational Research Exchange at Exeter (TREE) as an industrial postdoctoral research fellow, where he is developing collaborations with new clinical and industrial partners. The work focuses on computer vision problems, using his experience with mathematical modelling at CMIT and LCMH, to create innovative approaches to important challenges in medical imaging.
Address: Translational Research Exchange @ Exeter, University of Exeter, Living Systems Institute, Exeter, EX4 4QD