Tony Pridmore is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham, where he leads the Computer Vision Laboratory. His research interests centre on image analysis and computer vision, particularly 3D reconstruction, visual tracking and their application to bioimage analysis and image-based phenotyping.

Much of Tony's current work is directed towards the development of image-based plant phenomics technologies. He serves on the Leadership Team of the University's Future Food Beacon and is a co-Director of the Hounsfield Facility, a unique installation providing automated extraction of 3D structural descriptions of plants from X-ray data. Tony co-Chairs the Imaging and Image Analysis Working Group of the International Plant Phenotyping Network. He is a member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee of the University of Saskatchewan’s Plant Phenotyping and Imaging Research Centre (P2IRC) and UK representative on the Management Board of EU COST Action FA1306 The Quest for Tolerant Varieties: Phenotyping at Plant and Cell Scales.

Along with
Prof Ute Roessner, Tony Pridmore is Editor-in-Chief of Plant Methods.