Dr. Kashif Rajpoot

Deputy Head of School of Computer Science (for Dubai)

School of Computer Science

University of Birmingham

k.m.rajpoot AT bham.ac.uk

Kashif

Associate Professor of Computer Science

University of Birmingham Dubai



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Kashif Rajpoot is Deputy Head of School of Computer Science (for Dubai) and an Associate Professor of Computer Science. He completed his PhD from the University of Oxford, in 2009. His research focuses on Medical AI in developing solutions for data science problems in healthcare and medicine. He has published more than 60 articles in highly reputed venues and his work has made key contributions in the Medical AI field. He is passionate in supporting the development of new generation of AI and data science professionals.

Research Interests

medical image analysis, cardiac electrophysiology, computational pathology, machine learning, medical AI

I am particularly interested in the development and application of computational and machine learning algorithms for understanding and analysing data, in particular medical images and data.

Research Highlights

New test can detect autism in children, scientists say
Autism: Scientists take 'first steps' towards biological test
Novel software may help detect heart diseases: Study
Novel software may help detect heart diseases: Study
Enterprising Birmingham 2017 - with Cairn Research

Teaching

At Birmingham, I have taught several modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, for example: Artificial Intelligence 1, Artificial Intelligence 2, Introduction to Software Engineering, Machine Learning, Intelligent Data Analysis, Introductory Computer Science, Computational Tools for Modelling and Analysis, Machine Learning & Intelligent Data Analysis, Neural Computation, Mathemtical Foundations of Computer Science, Current Topics of AI & ML, and Current Topics of Data Science. Prior to Birmingham, I have taught a variety of modules in computer science at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, for example: Artificial Intelligence, Applied Image Processing, Digital Image Processing, Fundamentals of Programming, and Data Structures.

Publications

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Last updated: 20th March, 2023