Program at a Glance
- College of Engineering and Computer Science
- Computer Science
Detect, Recognize and Track Objects and Events Using Latest Computer Vision
The Master of Computer Vision program provides you with the technical skills and domain knowledge needed to succeed in this fast-growing industry. This involves acquiring, processing, analyzing and understanding images, videos, 3D data and other types of high-dimensional data of the real world employing the latest machine learning techniques.
Currently, UCF is the only public university offering a Master of Computer Vision degree in the U.S. The program builds upon our very successful research program in computer vision, which ranks among top 10 in the nation. Here, you’ll be able to take what you learn in the classroom and apply it to current research upon which future computer vision industries can be built. Plus, with local and national high-tech partners including Lockheed Martin, Elbit Systems, L3Harris, DRS, Accenture and SRI, you can experience the industry first hand through internships and networking opportunities.
As a computer vision engineer, you can help change how we examine the world and solve problems. Our computer vision graduates go on to use modern technology to benefit society, whether that’s right here at home in Central Florida or across the globe.
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- December 1
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Learn about image formation, binary vision, region growing and edge detection, shape representation, dynamic scene analysis, texture, stereo and range images, and knowledge representation.
Explore the origin/evaluation of machine intelligence; machine learning concepts and their applications in problem solving, planning and “expert systems” symbolic role of human and computers.
Medical Image Computing
Gain the foundation necessary for understanding, visualizing and quantifying medical images with computational methods. Topics include NeuroImaging: fMRI, DTI, MRI, Connectome, Basics of Radiological Image Modalities and their clinical use, and Medical Image Segmentation.
The world is producing more visual data than ever before, so the demand and applications for computer vision are expanding at a rapid pace. For instance, for self-driving cars, medical imaging, safety, security and national defense.”
Computer Vision Skills You’ll Learn
- Write programs to conduct and perform analysis of visual data.
- Design and implement new algorithms for recognition, segmentation, indexing, tracking and editing.
- Perform data acquisition for extremely large and dynamic visual sources.
- Present and communicate expertise in a clear and concise manner accessible to the general public.
- Research Engineer
- Computer Vision Specialist
- Machine Learning Engineer
- Robotics Engineer
- Medical Imaging Specialist