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P5.2016: Full-time/part-time MSc on Thermographic Analysis

 

  1. A full-time or part-time MSc by Research post on a project in the area of thermographic analysis with applications which include: Thermal imaging for diabetes, Foetal thermography, Combined thermal and visual imaging for the analysis of physiological functions.
  2. Students must be in possession of, or expect to obtain, at least a Second Class Honours degree ideally in one of the following areas (or any other related area): Electrical & Electronic Engineering or ICT. Ideal candidates should preferably have a good background in signal and image processing; an interest in biomedical engineering; an aptitude for mathematics and good programming skills, preferably including MATLAB.
  3. If you require further details, please contact Dr. Owen Falzon or Prof. Kenneth Camilleri. Interested students should send an email of expression of interest for this project, a copy of their CV and a course transcript to kenneth.camilleri@um.edu.mt.

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CBC awarded research funding under the FUSION Technology Development Programme (TDP) 2017

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Last Updated: 25 May 2017

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