Computer Vision (CV) is an emerging technology and CV industry is growing tremendously year after year. The Master in Computer Vision (MVCOMP) will enable graduates to acquire a general knowledge of CV, as well as to ensure the ability to analyze the needs of a company in the scope of these techniques and to propose and apply the most suitable existing technological tools. MVCOMP offers the employer a professional profile oriented to the computer vision, with theoretical and practical training in a variety of technical solutions that provide a solid and broad knowledge of the area and allows the professional to analyze the needs of a company and provide innovative solutions.
MVCOMP aims to offer advanced training in CV, also offering transversal competencies: to exercise the profession with an awareness of its human, economic, legal, and ethical dimension; ability to work in team, organization, and planning.
At MVCOMP, the student must acquire the capacity to: critically analyze and evaluate technologies and methodologies; analyze the needs of a company in the CV field and develop the best technological solution; identify theoretical results or new technologies with innovative potential and turn them into products and services useful to society; autonomous learning for specialization.
In terms of specific skills, the student is expected to be able to: know and apply the concepts, methodologies, and technologies of image and video processing and analysis; to know and apply techniques of automatic learning and pattern recognition applied to CV; communicate and disseminate the results and conclusions of the research.
MVCOMP is an international programme, is being jointly offered by the University of Porto, the University of Santiago de Compostela, the University of Vigo, and the University of A Coruna. MVCOMP is totally offered in English.
After completing the 3 semesters of the programme, the graduate has access to a Master’s degree in Computer Vision.
The curriculum of the Master in Computer Vision is anchored in real-world problems with a component of project development in the field of Computer Vision. MVCOMP aims to train highly specialized professionals capable of taking the lead in complex and large-scale Computer Vision projects with high-quality requirements.
STUDY PLAN 2024/2025