Dr Chaudhary Muhammad Aqdus Ilyas is a Research Associate at Cambridge Digital Humanities (CDH). He is currently working on the AHRC project on Isaac Newton’s Watermark analysis. He was previously a Postdoctoral Researcher of Computer Science at the University of Cambridge and worked on “workingage” EU-Horizon 2020 project. Chaudhary has a background in electrical engineering and computer science, having worked or studied at the Visual Analysis & Perception (VAP) & Human-robotic Interaction (HRI) Labs at Aalborg University (AAU) Denmark, UWA Australia, and Coventry University UK. His PhD, with Matthias Rehm and Kamal Nasrollahi at AAU, was on using Computer Vision techniques for “Traumatic Brain-Injured People for Therapeutic Robot Interaction. ” Alongside his research in cultural heritage, he frequently works with affective computing, digital image processing, machine learning, deep learning, human-robot interaction, and social signal processing.