I am a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford, supervised by Prof. J. Alison Noble (Biomedical Image Analysis Group), Prof. Andrew Zisserman (Visual Geometry Group) and Dr. Victor Lempitsky (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology). I am also part of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Healthcare Innovation.
My research is in the application of machine learning to the analysis of microscopy images. I am particularly interested in the automation of cell-based experiments, which includes cell detection, segmentation, tracking and counting.
I am also involved in Low-Cost mHealth projects and currently working with the Oxford Centre for Affordable Healthcare Technologies (Ox-CAHT)
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
-1st place Engineering World Health Design competition (2011)
-Best Innovation Leveraging Technology Award presented by Dell Inc. (2012)
-Pembroke College's Venezuelan Scholarship (2011-2014)
-Arteta, C., Lempitsky, V., Noble, J.A., Zisserman, A.: Interactive Object Counting. ECCV (2014)
-Arteta, C., Lempitsky, V., Noble, J.A., Zisserman, A.: Learning to Detect Partially Overlapping Instances. CVPR (2013)
-Arteta, C., Lempitsky, V., Noble, J.A., Zisserman, A.: Learning to Detect Cells using Non-overlapping Extremal Regions. MICAAI (2012)
-M. Pimentel, M. Santos, C. Arteta, J. Domingos, M. A. Maraci, G. Clifford.: Respiratory Rate Estimation from the Oscillometric Waveform Obtained from a Non-invasive Cuff-based Blood Pressure Device. EMBC (2014).
-C. Carspecken, C. Arteta and G. Clifford.: Telespiro: a low-cost mobile spirometer for resource-limited settings. IEEE EMBS Special Topic Conference on Point-of-Care Healthcare Technologies (2013)
-C. Arteta, J. Domingos, M. Pimentel, M. Santos, C. Chiffot, D. Springer, A. Raghu, G. Clifford.: Low-Cost Blood Pressure Monitor Device for Developing Countries. MobiHealth (2011).