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Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Seminar: Computational Imaging - IN0014, IN2107

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Course: PD Dr. Tobias Lasser
Tutors: Anca Stefanoiu, Theodor Cheslerean-Boghiu

Seminar (Bachelor and Master) IN0014, IN2107: 2 SWS, 5 ECTS

The course will be conducted in English.

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Overview

Computational Imaging is a very active field in the recent years. In this seminar, we will focus on the state-of-the-art in optical imaging, in particular light field imaging techniques, and the associated computational methods.

Each student will focus on a scientific publication (e.g. a journal paper), and prepare an oral presentation of 45 minutes, outlining and explaining the methods and results of this publication. Active involvement of the audience (the other course participants) is very much encouraged. Finally, a written one-page summary on the topic will serve as future reference for the participants of the course.

The seminar will take place in weekly sessions during the winter term 2019/20, every Monday from 12 to 14 in room MI 03.13.010. Attendance in most of the sessions is mandatory.

Participation

This seminar is open to all students of Informatics, Mathematics, and Physics. The number of participants is limited to 20.

Prerequisites:

  • Some understanding of mathematics and algorithms.
  • Ability to read scientific publications.
  • Motivation for the topic and good presentations.

Registration is closed.

Schedule

Date Time Room Topic  
Wed, Jul. 10, 2019 16:00 MI 03.13.010 Preliminary meeting  
Mon, Nov. 4, 2019 12:15 MI 03.13.010 First session  


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Title: Computational Imaging
Professor: PD Dr. Tobias Lasser
Tutors: Anca Stefanoiu, Theodor Cheslerean-Boghiu
Type: Hauptseminar
Information: 2 SWS; 5 ECTS Credits (IN0014, IN2107)
Term: 2019WiSe
Abstract: Computational Imaging is a very active field in the recent years. In this seminar, we will focus on the state-of-the-art in optical imaging, in particular light field imaging techniques, and the associated computational methods. Each student will focus on a scientific publication (e.g. a journal paper), and prepare an oral presentation of 45 minutes, outlining and explaining the methods and results of this publication. Active involvement of the audience (the other course participants) is very much encouraged. Finally, a written report on the topic will serve as future reference for the participants of the course. The seminar will take place in weekly sessions during the winter term 2019/20. Attendance in most of the sessions is mandatory.


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