|Become a color scientist, within the interdisciplinary context of computer vision and imaging science, photonics, computer science and media technology.|
CIMET Master course is designed to address industries’ needs and challenges Photonics & Optical Technologies, Digital Imaging & Computer Vision, Computer Science and Media Technologies are in full growth in all sectors of industrial developments. The color element in these fields has an important place. The needs are increasingly important and research in all these domains is dynamic.
The results obtained by researchers worldwide are very quickly adapted for industry and technological purposes. The Color in Informatics and Media Technology Master is highly relevant to a wide range of sectors, as for example the photonic industry (e.g. lighting), the digital technology industry (e.g. display, printing), and all research and development activities involving computer science. The continued evolution of this research sector requires adapted and extremely specialized courses.
To get more information about the master you should visit the main CIMET website: www.master-erasmusmundus-color.eu
On the international job market, the demand for Postgraduates in electronic imaging, color instrumentation, photonic and optical technologies as well as basic and applied research is very high.
International companies such as Technicolor, UPM-Kymmene, Agfa-Gevaert, Hewlett Packard Corp., Xerox Corp., Nokia, Samsung, Philips, Sony as well as an increasing number of medium size businesses emerging on related technological fields need talented Postgraduate in those fields. Color science and optical technology are important technological areas for industrial activities in media creation, media processing and distribution, media reproduction and display (see http://www.sid.org).
Laboratories and companies collaborating to the CIMET gather large international academic and industrial contacts that can lead to various opportunities for our students. From research projects to full-time employment across Europe and beyond, contacts initiated within the Consortium are beneficial to all.
Below, are some examples of future career prospects.
The number of patents and licensing in these domains increases each year. Most companies have big research units in Europe and laboratories collaborating to the CIMET Master build strong research partnerships with several of these companies. These partnerships (applied research projects, measurement services, feasibility studies, concept development etc) have increased significantly since 2003.
CIMET provides a unique mobility scheme enabling students to develop strong cohort links, an awareness of cultural diversity, cross-cultural management skills and the ability to form international networks. In addition to the contribution provided by Third-Country Scholars, Executives from several European Firms will contribute to CIMET as guest speakers at the four universities, reinforcing the cross-cultural aspects of the programme.