Neil Dodgson is Professor of Computer Graphics at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Prior to this, he worked for 23 years at the University of Cambridge where he was Professor of Graphics & Imaging from 2010 to 2015.

Professor Dodgson's expertese is in

  • 3DTV — especially the design of displays that do not need special glasses;
  • 3D modelling — especially 3D surface representations used in CAD and computer animation, including NURBS and subdivision surfaces;
  • design and art — especially the analysis of abstract art and the design of tools for computer artists.

Professor Dodgson taught the highly-regarded Research Skills course on the Cambridge Masters in Advanced Computer Science.

He is Programme Director of Victoria's programme in computer graphics, which includes a dynamic research group, a specialist Masters course, and selected modules in the undergraduate BSc course.