MSc in Computer Graphics, Vision and Imaging University College London

学校名:University College London
分野:Engineering
分類:Computer/Electronic
概要:The MSc CGVI (computer graphics, vision and imaging) is a one-year full-time advanced Master's course at UCL providing training in computer graphics, virtual reality, machine vision and imaging technology from world-leading experts. The fields of graphics, vision and imaging are converging and increasingly rely on one another. This unique and timely course allows students to specialize in any of the areas while providing the essential grounding in the others. Graduate prospects are excellent for careers in computer graphics and special effects, medical imaging, robotics, TV and film, gaming, vision engineering, image and video databases, surveillance and many related applications. The course also leads on naturally to PhD study or industrial research and development. Specifically, the course provides Mathematical and algorithmic principles that underlie computer graphics, machine vision and imaging science. Theoretical understanding and practical experience of the standard techniques in the areas. Training with standard software libraries and development tools. Training in research and development methodology. The ability to evaluate new techniques and assess viability for industrial or commercial exploitation. The opportunity to work on an extended cutting edge research project supervised by a leading expert in the area MSc-CGVI graduates' unique combination of technical skills makes them first choice for the best employers, since similar-looking Master's programs do not give the same breadth of topics and technical detail. Feedback from employers regularly confirms the value of the broad technical knowledge our graduates acquire.
コース名:MSc in Computer Graphics, Vision and Imaging
期間:1
滞在費:100万以下
GPA:3
degreereq:制限有り
toefl:92
ielts:6.5
条件付き合格:なし(条件による)
gregmat:無し
careerreq:問わない
寮:有り
faculity:UCL DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
生活費:200
寮:有り
URL:http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/index.html