Period (from – till): 10 September - 9 November 2018
Course coordinator: Dr. Hugo Kuijf
Dr. Hugo Kuijf, UMC Utrecht/Imaging Division, lecturer
Dr.ir. Koen Vincken, UMC Utrecht/Imaging Division, lecturer
Renée Allebrandi, MA (course registration)
In the area of medical imaging, it is necessary to create computer programs to process and analyse image data. This course deals with both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills of working with (large) image datasets.
Students will learn how to write source code and create a computer program to process medical images efficiently. This includes debugging and problem solving.
Course includes algorithms and data structures used in medical image analysis. Modern programming techniques are used, paying attention to efficient computer instructions and memory usage.
- Written exam: 60%
- Two computer assignments: 40%
The weights indicated above are applied to calculate the final mark. To pass the course the grade for each component must be a 5.0 or higher and the final mark must be an unrounded 5.5 or higher
Literature/study material used
MANDATORY, book will be actively used during the course: Programming Principles and Practice Using C++”, Bjarne Stroustrup, ISBN: 9780321992789 MANDATORY will be used throughout the entire course
Microsoft Visual Studio (free community edition)
ITK Software Guide (PDF: https://itk.org/ItkSoftwareGuide
At least 2 weeks before start of the course via the Study guide
Yes, for MIMG students.
Optional for students in other GSLS Master’s programme:
Basic computer skills