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Abhir Bhalerao

Reader in Computer Science

Abhir Bhalerao

Contact Details

Room 319, Department of Computer Science

Tel: 02476 524910

Email: abhir dot bhalerao at warwick dot ac dot uk

Research Interests

Image analysis, computer vision, video analysis and pattern recognition. Medical image analysis, biometrics, vehicle vision systems, digital forensics and security.

Publications on University of Warwick WRAP Archive

Full set of Publications

Applied Computing and Artificial Intelligence

I am a member of the Applied Computing and AI divisions in the department and a member of the MPCV research group.

I was a visiting academic at the Visual Information Processing and Protection (VIPP) group led by Mauro Barni at the University of Siena.

PathLAKE logoI am a team member of the PathLAKE Centre of Excellence and a co-investigator on the PathLAKE cross-faculty research consortium comprising researchers from the University of Warwick, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, and Royal Philips.


Abhir Bhalerao is Reader in Computer Science. He received his B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in 1986 and 1992 respectively. He joined as faculty at Warwick in 1998 having been a research scientist with the NHS and Kings Medical School, London and a Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School. His current research interests are in computer assisted medical diagnosis, computer vision for intelligent vehicles, biometrics and security. He has published around 80 refereed articles in image analysis, medical imaging, computer vision and machine learning. In 2007 he was the co-chair of the British Machine Vision Conference, and Medical Image Understanding and Analysis, 2010. He was a co-founder of Warwick Warp Ltd., a university spin out company specializing in biometric technologies worked a research officer for SMEs.


CS413 Image and Video Analysis





BMVC 2007

MIUA 2010

Computing History...

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In 1982, this was my first 'personal' computer, BBC Micro Model B, what was yours?