Master en Programación CNC + CAD-CAM + Robótica (Triple Titulación + 8 Créditos ECTS)
The Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), the Université de Bordeaux (UB) and the Pazmany Peter Catholic University of Budapest (PPCU) offer a two‐year 120 ECTS syllabus in the Image Processing and Computer Vision (IPCV) domain.
Images and videos are present everywhere in the world today. They are more often used in a lot of fields such as medicine, surveillance, industrial control, remote sensing, e-commerce, automation. Having a strong background on how to process and analyze images and videos gives access to many job opportunities in various firms.
Nowadays, there are only very few training courses entirely dedicated to image processing and computer vision. Therefore the three cooperating universities have decided to pool their complementary expertise to offer an international Master-level syllabus in “Image Processing and Computer Vision” (IPCV) so as to give students theoretical and practical knowledge allowing them to adapt to any kind a job related to this topic.
Students who successful complete the study program will obtain three Master degrees:
Investigación e Innovación en TIC (i2-ICT)
One of the following:
Informatique, spécialité Image, Son, Vidéo (ISV)
Mathématiques, spécialité Traitement des signaux et des images (TdSI)
Electronique, automatique, productique, signal et image (EAPS), spécialité Traitement des signaux et des images (TdSI)
One of the following:
Engineering Information Technology, specialization in IPCV
Info‐Bionics, specialization in IPCV
Hold a Bachelor degree in Sciences from one of the three partner universities. Basic knowledge in signal and image processing will be valued.
Average grade of at least “Good” according to local criteria in the courses concluded before the mobility.
Adequate knowledge of written and spoken English, equivalent to B2 according to the CEFR.
First semester (at PPCU)
Parallel Computing Architectures
Basic Image Processing Algorithms
FPGA-based Algorithm Design
Biomedical Signal Processing
Second semester (at UAM)
Applied Bayesian Methods
Biomedical Image Processing and Applications
Video Sequences Analysis for Video Surveillance
Tutored Research Project 1
Third semester (at UB)
Acquisition and Reconstruction
Image and Inversion
Advanced Methods for Image Processing
Variational Methods and PDEs
Animated Images and Video Indexing
Management of IT Projects
Tutored Research Project II