Track: Imaging Physics (ImPhys)
The Imaging Physics (ImPhys) track deals with the development of new image acquisition and processing systems as well as the quantitative analysis of two-, three-, and four-dimensional images obtained through such systems. Optical images of colliding galaxies taken by the Hubble telescope, acoustic images of underground seismic structures and magnetic resonance images of the human body are examples of the problems addressed in this track. Your Master’s thesis project is carried out in one of the research groups of the department of Imaging Physics.
Some examples of elective courses related to this track are Advanced Wave Propagation, Imaging Systems, Medical Imaging, Quantum Electronics and Lasers, Introduction to Charged Particle Optics, Acoustical Imaging, and Optical Fabrication Technology.