Specialisation in Colour Imaging
Study plans 2016-2017 - IMT4895 - 7.5 ECTS

On the basis of

IMT4305 Image Processing and Analysis or equivalent courses 

Expected learning outcomes

On completion of the course, the students will

  • Possess specialized insight and advanced knowledge within the broadly defined field of color imaging, including methodologies of capturing, processing, assessing, and reproducing color images; with particular emphasis on perceptual aspects
  • Possess specialized insight and good understanding of the research frontier in selected parts of color imaging
  • Be able to analyze existing theories, methods, and interpretations, and to challenge established knowledge and practice in the color imaging field
  • Be able to critically review relevant literature of relevance to the selected topics in the field
  • Be experienced in acquiring new knowledge and skills in a self-directed manner
  • Be able to communicate academic issues, analysis, and conclusions, with peers and specialists in the field, in oral and written forms


  • An up-to-date selection of advanced research topics is done by the lecturer each year.

Teaching Methods

Group works
Laboratory work
Mandatory assignments
Project work

Teaching Methods (additional text)

  • Some lectures by course responsible and guest lecturers
  • Student presentations on selected topics
  • Self-study 

Form(s) of Assessment

Oral exam, individually
Evaluation of Project(s)

Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)

  • Oral presentation and report on a selected research topic, approved by lecturer. Includes critical analysis of previous works (counts 60%)
  • Oral exam, individually (counts 40%)
  • Each part must be individually approved of.

Grading Scale

Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)

External/internal examiner

  • Selected research topic: internal examiner
  • Oral exam: two internal examiners

Re-sit examination

  • Ordinary re-sit examination is offered for the oral exam in August.
  • Project reports cannot be reworked and resubmitted on failure.

Examination support

  • Any printed and written notes and literature

Coursework Requirements

  • Presentations of a research paper assigned by the course responsible
  • Teaching Materials
  • Hand-outs and research papers

Teaching Materials

Hand-outs and research papers

Additional information

  • Preregistration in Fronter is necessary to ensure that the course is offered. The course will not run if less than five students have preregistred by August 20.
  • The course will run for the first time in 2017.