Martin Engelcke

/Martin Engelcke

Martin joined MRG in 2015 after completing his undergraduate studies at Somerville College. He is still a member of Somerville where he gives tutorials for first and second year undergraduates.  His research focuses on the application of deep neural networks in robot perception and planning. Current areas of interest include real-time object detection in 2D camera videos and 3D laser data.

Martin has spent time as an intern at the Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in the Department of NanoBiophotonics, at the Business Technology Office of McKinsey & Co, and at Infosys Ltd in Pune, India. He has also been involved in a variety of technology-related projects, most notably as a co-organizer of StartupBus Europe 2012 & 2013 and as a team leader with the Oxford Microfinance Initiative, rolling out a smartphone strategy to collect social performance data in several African countries.

Martin also enjoys participating in hackathons – successes include winning the first prize at HackTrain 2.0 and the Apple Award at HackZurich 2014.