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CREATE Training Program in Vision Science & Applications

Course Requirements

All graduate students in the CREATE Program in Vision Science & Applications will be required to take the Applications in Vision Science course BIOL 5149 / KAHS 5149 / PSYC 6228.

In addition, all graduate students in the CREATE Program in Vision Science & Applications will be required to take at least one course from at least two of three methodology areas: Visual Neuroscience, Visual Psychophysics, Computational Vision. Courses in each of these areas are listed below. (Note: if you have already taken one or more of these courses, this can be counted toward this requirement.)

  • Courses offered in 2013-14 are highlighted in red.

Courses taught by mentors:

Neuroscience

Psychophysics & Assessment

  • PSYC 6265 / KAHS 6131 / BIOL 5136
    Perception and Action
    Laurence Harris
  • PSYC 6315 / CSE 6326
    Principles of Human Perception & Performance in Human - Computer Interactions
    Rob Allison
  • PSYC 6254
    Abnormal Visual Development
    Jen Steeves
  • PSYC 6273
    Computer Programming for Experimental Psychology
    Richard Murray
  • PSYC 6276
    Vision Health and Visual Disability
    Fran Wilkinson

Computation

Other courses (not taught by mentors)

Neuroscience

Psychophysics

Computational Vision

  • CSE 5323
    Computer Vision
  • CSE 5351A
    Human-Computer Interaction
  • CSE 6332
    Statistical Visual Motion Analysis
  • CSE 6323
    Advanced Topics in Computer Vision
    Rick Wildes
  • CSE 6333
    Multiple View Image Understanding
  • CSE 6334
    Image Sensor Technology
  • CSE 6335
    Topics in Virtual Reality
  • CSE 6337
    3D User Interfaces
  • CSE 6353
    Digital Image and Video Processing