Course period: to be determined
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ECTS credits: 8 hp
How is a digital image captured? What are the differences between various modalities? Which acquisition method should be used for my application? These questions and many more will be answered in this course.
The course on Digital Imaging Systems is highly multi-disciplinary and will be given by invited expert lecturers from many specialties. It should be of interest for PhD students from many different subjects. In fact, the last time it was offered we attracted students from more than 10 different departments.
Digital images have become more and more available. The aim of this course is to give a unified perspective on the large variety of imaging technologies that have developed during the last decades. The technologies will be discussed based on what they are imaging, as well as how and with what quality they are operating. The participants will achieve a better understanding of the possibilities and limitations of different imaging systems and based on this be able to evaluate the suitability of a particular technology for a particular task.
The course is intended for graduate students from different subjects (material physics, geosciences, life sciences, medicine, etc.), where imaging and images are being or could be used as tools. Also graduate students interested in methods development in the area, e.g., in signal processing, scientific computing, or image processing, are welcome. Knowledge in basic mathematics and physics is a prerequisite and preferably also some experience of digital imaging.
The content and format of the course is summarised here and illustrated by the schedule below:
To obtain 8 hp the following should be accomplished
If you questions or suggestions on the course, please, contact the course organisers:
There will be 16 two-hour seminars during a two-months period.
The seminars will be held in at the Department of Infomation Technology in, Campus Polacksbacken.
contents, distribution of material
|End of October
|Centre for Image Analysis
|Dept. of Information Technology
|Dept. of Engineering Sciences
|Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
|Dept. of Surgical Sciences; Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
|Dept. of Surgical Sciences; Radiology
|and other departments