This program aims at providing the students with the necessary background, competences and skills for engineering and research positions in image processing, image interpretation, computer vision, 3D imaging, in various domains (biomedical imaging, computational photography, scene modeling and synthesis, remote sensing, biometry, defense, etc.).
The program includes the foundations of image processing as well as advanced courses on mathematical methods for images, computer vision and 3D reconstruction, AI inspired methods for image analysis, image classification and indexing, as well as the basis of video processing. The main application domains (medical imaging, aerial and satellite imaging, digital photography) are presented in the courses by researchers active in these fields, and industrial partners will describe other applications (biometry, industrial vision...).
The program provides strong and sound knowledge in the domain of image processing and image interpretation that will be useful both in industry and in research labs, with subsequent doctoral studies.
It can be associated with the IGR track (Human-Computer Interaction and 3D Computer Graphics) for topics related to virtual reality and computer graphics, as well as with the SIGMA track (Digital Signal Processing) or the SD track (Data Science), for learning and mining methods. Students are expected to have previously acquired a solid background in applied mathematics, computer science, signal processing.
Courses are associated with projects on the whole periods.
The IMA education track includes a large number of options in the third year that can be selected by the students:
One option is located on the school premises
Students may also apply to one of the following Masters of Science (M2) offered by the Paris-Saclay campus (UPSA) or other universities in Paris