Grant gives birth to imaging curriculum

Funding from the National Science Foundation (Washington, DC) is putting the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) at the forefront of a national movement to redesign undergraduate curriculum in imaging. The three-year $500,000 grant will enable faculty members from computer science, electrical and computer engineering, and optics to provide a comprehensive approach to imaging education. Under the plan, five new courses will be added, nine others will be enhanced, and two laboratories will be

Jan 1st, 1999

Grant gives birth to imaging curriculum

Funding from the National Science Foundation (Washington, DC) is putting the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) at the forefront of a national movement to redesign undergraduate curriculum in imaging. The three-year $500,000 grant will enable faculty members from computer science, electrical and computer engineering, and optics to provide a comprehensive approach to imaging education. Under the plan, five new courses will be added, nine others will be enhanced, and two laboratories will be created. Faculty members are also initiating a seminar series and more research opportunities for undergraduates.

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