If you like to pursue Ph.D. research in the research areas highlighted, you must have relevant background knowledge.
A good way to obtain the relevant background knowledge is to take the following courses offered by CS Department:
>> CS4243 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
This is a upper undergraduate-level course on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. It covers interesting and
useful topics that can be applied to many application areas.
>> CS5240 Theoretical Foundation of Multimedia
This is an introductory graduate-level course on theoretical and mathematical foundation of multimedia algorithms.
It covers fundamental algorithms that are used in many multimedia application areas.
>> CS6101 Exploration of Computer Science Research
This is an introductory seminar-based 1/2-semester course. A variety of topics are offered by various professors.
Choose the discussion group offered by me.
>> CS6240 Multimedia Analysis
This is a graduate-level course on more advanced algorithms for multimedia analysis. It covers topics that are useful
for applications of computer vision, medical image analysis, 3D modeling, etc.