Scholars (visiting professors) is an added value of the MAIA master. We show in this page the list of visiting scholars. If you want to apply for coming to the master, see the instructions below.
Scholars in MAIA
Prof. Steven JacquesProf. Jacques, from Oregon Health and Science University, gave teaching in the module Sensors and Digitization. He performed a set of seminars explaining the utility of light tissue interactions for both diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Adrian GaldranDr. Galdran, from INESC TEC Porto, gave lectures in the module Advanced Image Processing. Practical exercises were interleaved with theoretical content related to advanced color image processing, including the retinex theory of color vision and the adversarial generation of retinal images.
Dr. Cristophe DoignonDr. Doignon, from University of University of Strasbourg, gave teaching in the module Computer Aided Surgery and Medical Robotics. His lectures relates with guiding the robot during robotic surgery and computer-assisted medical interventions. He complemented the teaching with specific labs.
Dr. Alícia CasalsProf. Casals, from University Polytechnic of Barcelona (UPC) gave teaching in the module Computer Aided Surgery and Medical Robotics. She performed a set of theoretical seminars about robotic assistance in rehabilitation and in surgery and lab sessions about medical robotics and haptic devices.
Dr. Jose ManjónDr. Jose Manjón, from University Polytechnic of Valencia (UPV) gave teaching in the module Medical Image Segmentation and Applications. He performed a set of seminars on the benefits of patch-based approaches for image processing and image segmentation.
Prof. Fabrice MeriaudeauProf. Meriaudeau, from Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) gave teaching in the modules Computer Aided Diagnosis and Medical Image Segmentation and Applications. He introduced the students to the deep learning paradigm for medical image segmentation through both seminars and lab practices.
If you want to come…
Scholars (visiting professors) are welcomed in the MAIA master. If you are interested, you can apply for scholarships to teach and give seminars in any of the semesters / universities of the consortium. The minimum stay is 2 weeks up to 3 months.
The documentation required is as follows:
- Letter of application outlining rationale for wanting to be a visiting scholar in the program. The applicant should emphasize the field (research, teaching or both) he would like to be involved in and the activities he/she is planning to deliver.
- Curriculum vitae
- Proof of competency in English for teaching purposes
- A copy of a valid ID document and passport
Send this documentation by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.