Department of Information Technology

PhD courses in Computerized Image Processing

1. Courses during 2018/2019

Course Responsible Start
Digital image analysis for scientific applications (5/8p) (mainly for external PhD students) Robin Strand and Carolina Wählby October-December2018
Course on Classical and Modern Papers in Image Analysis Natasa Sladoje A continuously running course

2. Regularly Offered Core Courses

Course Periodicity (years) Contact
Courses primarily offered to PhD students:
Research methodology for information technology (4p) 2 (offered Spring 2016) Gunilla Borgefors
Digital imaging systems 4 Ingela Nyström
Courses primarily offered to MSc students. Students who have not already included them in their MSc may take them as PhD courses if needed.
Computer assisted image analysis I (Autumn) 1 Filip Malmberg
Computer assisted image analysis II (Spring) 1 Natasa Sladoje
Computer Graphics (Spring) 1 Anders Hast
Scientific Visualization (Autumn) 1 Anders Hast
Medical Informatics (Spring) 1 Robin Strand

3. Other courses offered previously

Course Responsible Date
These courses may be organized again based on interest; please contact the responsible person.
Methods and Algorithms for Image Segmentation (5p) guest professor Heung-Kook Choi March-May 2017
Image processing using graphs - Summer School Filip Malmberg August 2015
Scientific data presentation Cris Luengo Fall 2013
Contributing to open-source software... Carolina Wählby June 2013
Models and methods for precise image analysis Natasa Sladoje Fall 2012
Quantitative Microscopy Carolina Wählby Autumn 2012
Image Processing Using Graphs Filip Malmberg Spring 2012
Pattern Recognition Jimmy Azar Fall 2011
Parallel Image Analysis Cris Luengo Spring 2011
Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Techniques Joakim Lindblad Spring 2010

4.There are also relevant courses at other groups, see for example:

Updated  2018-01-12 16:45:45 by Carolina Wählby.