Doctorate Degrees in Imaging Science

Compare 2 PhD Programs in Imaging Science

Imaging Science

Imaging Science refers to the professional interdisciplinary field that deals with collection, analysis, and visualization of images. It draws on aspects of mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science, and psychology. Graduates with a PhD in Imaging Science often go on to careers in academia, research institutions, medical institutions, and private companies, in positions such as color scientist, image quality engineer, and computational imaging expert.

Curriculum for PhD Imaging Science programs may include coursework on topics such as physics and devices that yield image data, mathematical models for understanding image data, image processing and restoration, technology of image display, physics and psychophysics, as well as electrical engineering. Candidates for PhD in Imaging Science degrees are expected to develop a specialization area and conduct research resulting in a dissertation that provides a significant scholarly contribution to the field of Imaging Science.

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PhD in Imaging Science

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 USA Rochester

The doctor of philosophy degree in imaging science signifies high achievement in scholarship and independent investigation in the diverse aspects of imaging science. [+]

The doctor of philosophy degree in imaging science signifies high achievement in scholarship and independent investigation in the diverse aspects of imaging science. Candidates for the doctoral degree must demonstrate proficiency by:

Successfully completing coursework, including a core curriculum, as defined by the student’s plan of study; Passing a series of examinations; and Completing an acceptable dissertation under the supervision of the student’s research adviser and dissertation committee.

Admission requirements

To be considered for admission to the Ph.D. program in imaging science, candidates must:

Hold a bachelor of science degree in engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, or one of the natural sciences. (Because imaging science encompasses a wide variety of scientific disciplines, students with diverse backgrounds are accepted into the program. Exceptional students from other fields may be accepted.) Have completed courses in calculus, university physics (one year), modern physics, and a computer language. Submit scores from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Submit official transcripts from all previous coursework. Submit two letters of recommendation from individuals well-qualified to judge their abilities for graduate study. Submit an application for graduate study. ... [-]

PhD in Color Science

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 USA Rochester

Color science research at RIT encompasses such diverse fields as medical data visualization, computer graphics and animation, art conservation, spectral and spatial measurements of materials, color printing, digital photography, motion picture and television, and modeling of our perceptions for use in defining color quality. [+]

Doctor of Philosophy in Color Science

Color has been a topic of intense interest and inquiry for hundreds if not thousands of years. As a generalization, color science can be defined as the quantification of our perception of color. Its mastery requires an interdisciplinary educational approach encompassing physics, chemistry, physiology, statistics, computer science, and psychology. Color science is used in the design and control of most man-made colored materials including textiles, coatings, and polymers and to specify such diverse materials as soil and wine. It is used extensively in color reproduction including digital photography, desktop and projection display, and printing. As we begin the 21st century, color science is ubiquitous.... [-]