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The Master of Science in Imaging and Light in Extended Reality (IMLEX) provides a multidisciplinary and innovative approach combining Imaging, Lighting and Information Technology. The objective is to educate students in advanced technologies, methodologies and practical applications with two goals: to improve the career prospects of graduates and to meet the needs of industry and society. Students will develop professional and social skills useful in both a European and Japanese cultural context. Graduates will have competences in: Extended reality (XR): Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality (AR, MR, VR), industrial environments with robots and complex elements, Imaging, Rendering and Lighting.
IMLEX is one of the first Erasmus Mundus Master Joint Degree Partnerships with Japan. The consortium consists of four full partner universities: University of Eastern Finland (UEF), Université Jean Monnet (UJM, France), KU Leuven (Belgium), and Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT, Japan). Each student will take studies in three partner universities.
The Erasmus Mundus - Master of Science in Imaging and Light in Extended Reality is a two-year programme corresponding to 120 ECTS.
All IMLEX students start their studies in September for fundamental courses of semester 1 at the University of Eastern Finland. In semester 2, students choose their preferred track: Computational Imaging at Université Jean Monnet (France), or Lighting at KU Leuven (Belgium).
The second study year, semester 3, starts in Japan at Toyohashi University of Technology, with topics of Lighting and XR / Imaging and XR. Semester 4 is dedicated for the Master's thesis in one of the partner universities or in the industry.
The programme is completely taught in English. Students are encouraged to study the local languages, especially Japanese.
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