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To provide a comprehensive overview of the most important physical, chemical, technical and medical basic concepts of photomedicine.
To learn how to apply photonics to the detection and therapy of lesions like cancer and other non-oncologic conditions associated with vascular or superficial abnormalities.
In undergraduate and master level algorithm courses basic algorithms and data structures, like balanced searchtrees, and basic analysis techniques, like asymptotic complexity, are taught. The goal of this course is to teach advanced algorithmic techniques and advanced analysis techniques to doctoral students and bring them to a level so that they can start doing research in the field.
The goal of the course is to introduce students to advanced methods and mathematical tools for the processing and analysis of images. Prerequisites are a basic knowledge of signal processing (equivalent of a 2 semester bachelor course) and image processing (equivalent of a 2 semester master course).
Students will be introduced to modern approaches in control and design of autonomous robots through lectures and exercises. The course is organized into 5 slots, one per day on a specific topic. Each slot is composed of 6 hours of lectures followed by practical or theoretical exercises that students will do at home. The topic of one slot will change every year and be given by an invited world leader in that topic. Students will be assessed on the reports of their exercises.
The goal of the course is to introduce engineering students to basic concepts of human processing of biological communication signals and to demonstrate advantages of emulation of the human-like signal processing by
machine.

Networks are used as models for complex interactions in many application fields, in particular in engineering, physics, biology and sociology. In this course we will consider networks of interacting dynamical systems. The objectives are:

  1. Develop a general formalism that is applicable across many applicaton areas
  2. Understand the global behavior of the network
  3. Understand to what extent the dynamics of the individual systems and to what extent the network structure are responsible for the global behavior
  4. To be able to apply the theory to specific applications

It is important to realize that this is a vast topic and that only very partial knowledge exists. The course is an introduction to the topic.

This is a doctoral course to discuss the production of recombinant proteins in mammalian cells.
This course provides an introduction to plasmonics, the optics of metallic nanostructures.
This course is an introduction to the design of experiments
Write a concise and interesting paragraph here that explains what this course is about
Write a concise and interesting paragraph here that explains what this course is about
The aim of the course is to introduce the students to the basic stochastic models indispensable in communications systems and computer science, with a view towards simulation.
Candidates are highly recommanded to be (or have been) involved in tutoring activities for a course. Their participation must be approved by the professor or lecturer in charge of that course. If these activities take place in the same semester as the course, they are validated as the second credit of this course, since they constitute the practical work of this training.