Module 06-22312 (2011)
Imaging and Image Analysis
Level 4/M A
|Ela Claridge||Semester 1||10 credits|
Co-ordinator: Ela Claridge
Reviewer: Robert Hendley
The Module Description is a strict subset of this Syllabus Page.
The aims of this module are to:
- To be completed
On successful completion of this module, the student should be able to:
- demonstrate understanding of the physical principles of image formation and critically analyse a given imaging system from theoretical point of view
- independently study key image construction methods and main imaging modalities used in biomedical sciences and demonstrate understanding of the principles of their operation
- critically analyse research publications in biomedical image analysis
- identify and justify the main research challenges of biomedical imaging for the selected modalities from the analysis of original research sources
- develop a working image analysis system by identifying, justifying and applying suitable image analysis methods to real image data arising from biomedical research
Lectures, seminars, exercise/laboratory classes and small group discussions
- Sessional: Portfolio of laboratory/exercise coursework: 30%, Oral examination: 70%.
To be confirmed.