Course on Recent Advancements in Signal & Image Processing at IIT Indore [Mar 2-6]: Register by Feb 25
IIT Indore is organizing a short term Course on Recent Advancements in Signal & Image Processing from March 2 to 6, 2020. This short-term course is focused on recent advancements in the areas of signal and image processing.
It aims to cover topics ranging from key fundamental concepts to the recent research directions in these areas. In addition, the course will include detailed discussions on different areas of applications, including biomedical signal and image processing, biometric security, etc.
- Comprehensive coverage of key fundamental topics in signal and image processing through detailed discussions.
- Lectures on biomedical signal and image processing
- Introduction to biometrics security (fingerprint, face, iris, etc.)
- Lectures on the development of biometric systems and attacks
- Lectures on recent research directions in biometrics
- Lectures on machine learning for signal and image processing
- Hands-on sessions with Python/MATLAB.
Teachers and postgraduate students.
The lectures in this course will be delivered by experts in this field, including
- Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy, (Former Professor at IIT Delhi)
- Prof. Ram Bilas Pachori, (EE, IIT Indore)
- Dr. Surya Prakash, (CSE, IIT Indore)
- Dr. Puneet Gupta, (CSE, IIT Indore)
- Dr. Vivek Kanhangad, (EE, IIT Indore)
- Faculty members from AICTE approved engineering colleges (QIP Category): Refundable Deposit Rs. 1000/-
- Others (Non-QIP Category): Course Fee Rs. 3500/-
To register online for the course, click here. The last date to register is February 25, 2020.
Participants from AICTE approved colleges will be paid 3 AC train fare for travel by the shortest route from the place of work to Indore and back. The maximum TA payable is Rs. 3000. They will be provided with free boarding and lodging on campus. Local QIP participants will be paid TA of Rs. 300 per day for 5 days.
Phone Number: 07324306717
For further details, click here.
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