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Bangor University: Image Processing for Mobile Devices

Institution Bangor University View institution profile
Department School of Computer Science and Engineering View department profile
Study type Research


You will work on the algorithms for processing images on mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. The focus will be on the processing for new camera architectures and displays.

We are a well recognised group in the area of high dynamic range imaging with a strong links to industry and outstanding publication record. You will have an opportunity to work on a cutting-edge technologies and obtain sought-after skills in the growing field of mobile and visual computing.

This area of research is the specialism of Dr Rafal Mantiuk who would supervise any PhD students wishing to study in this area.

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Opportunities abound for students wishing to learn about the latest developments in computing and electronic technologies at Bangor University. We have a great reputation for helpful, caring staff who undertake world-leading research.  We have around 400 undergraduate students and our graduate school boasts 200+ students across all our disciplines. 

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Our staff figure among the world leaders in a broad range of technologies, from Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition to Data Visualisation; Medical Microwave Electronics and Medical Simulation; Optolectronics, Broadband and Optical Communications; Organic Electronics; Nanotechnology; Nuclear Engineering and more. …

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