Dr. Mohammad Farhan Khan completed his PhD from University of Kent in Electronic Engineering, MTech and BTech from Aligarh Muslim University (India) in Electronics Engineering. Prior joining Cranfield University, Dr Khan has worked as a MHRD Fellow in Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (India), and Postdoctoral Research Associate in an EPSRC project that was in joint collaboration between University of Warwick (PI) and University of Central Lancashire (Co-I). The expertise of Dr Khan broadly lies in computer vision, image processing, applied statistics, machine learning, mathematical modelling of biosystems and applied control theory.

Current activities

Dr Khan is working as a Research Fellow in Machine Learning in the School of Water, Energy and Environment, Cranfield University. The core objective of the Innovate UK funded project is to improve animal welfare and agricultural productivity by developing an advanced artificially intelligent IoT platform for screening and diagnosing common diseases such brucellosis, mastitis, metritis in livestock.


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