Image Processing for Scientists

Name of course:
Image Processing for Scientists

ECTS credits:
2 ECTS

Course parameters:
Language: English
Level of course: PhD course
Dates: 13+14 November and 10 December 2018
No. of contact hours/hours in total incl. preparation, assignment(s) or the like: 50
Capacity limits: 15 participants

Learning outcomes and competences:
At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

  • Understand and use the basic functions in Adobe Illustrator
  • Create scientific workflows, illustrations and work with vector graphics
  • Understand rules in working with images for scientific publications

Compulsory programme:
Active participation

Course contents:
Lectures:

  • What is a computer image? Bitmaps, vector graphics, resolution, etc. 
  • Correct scientific practice in image processing 
  • Understanding the publication-dependent submission requirements for images 
  • Correct scientific practice: publishing your science, what is allowed and what is not, examples from publications

Practical parts:

  • Graphic design: Creation of different scientific images
  • Illustration workflow: Students rebuild a graphical workflow and illustrations step by step 
  • Working on your own graphical projects

Software: Adobe Illustrator

Prerequisites:
None

Name of lecturer:
Dr. Anncharlott Berglar from mediomix GmbH

Type of course/teaching methods:
3 day workshop – 2 days in November (13+14) and one follow-up day in December (10)

Course homepage:


Course assessment:
Pass/fail based on participation

Provider:
iNANOschool, iNANO, Aarhus University
mediomix GmbH

Special comments on this course:
All participants need access to the newest Adobe software, either on their own notebooks or on computers of the institute. We will conduct an online survey 2 weeks before the course to evaluate the needs of the participants and choose a suitable software.
 

Time:
9 am – 5 pm each day

Place:
Building 1590 room 213, iNANO, Gustav Wieds Vej 14, 8000 Aarhus C

Registration:
Deadline for registration is November 5.

PhD students from the Nanoscience PhD programme have preference, then Science and Technology at Aarhus University.

REgistration link is closed.

If you have any questions, please contact PhD administrator Maria Kragelund, e-mail: maria@inano.au.dk

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