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Cristina Manoila 

About Me

I am a PhD candidate in the Computer Science Department (CS3.16) at the University of Warwick. My research focuses on Machine Learning in medical image analysis. I am currently undertaking my PhD in partnership with the Department of Radiology Warwickshire.

My background in machine learning is vast, and before starting the PhD in the DSC, I was involved in predicting epileptic seizures using Deep Learning techniques [1] and worked in the automotive area by analysing the torque structure in autonomous mode.

Research Interests

Medical image analysis, Semantic and Instance Segmentation, Computer Vision.


Computational Radiology, Medical Imaging, Machine Learning, Automotive, Python, Matlab, EEG.


- R&D Summit 10th of September 2021 Poster Competition - listed in the top 5 Early Career Researchers Category


[1] A. Ciurea, C.-P. Manoila, A.-M. Tautan, and B. Ionescu, “Low latency automated epilep-tic seizure detection: Individualized vs. global approaches,” in2020 International Con-ference on e-Health and Bioengineering (EHB), IEEE, 2020, pp. 1–4