Multidisciplinary imaging methods – theoretical principles and model development

Monday, June 5, 2017 to Friday, June 9, 2017

I4FUTURE doctoral programme will organize and intensive course "Multidisciplinary imaging methods – theoretical principles and model development" on June 5-9 in the University of Oulu.

The event is a postgraduate course (3 ECTS), but you can also just follow the lectures that you find most interesting.
The event is open for all the PhD students, research personnel and partner organizations.
The main goal of the course is to increase the awareness of the possibilities of different methods and the latest developments in spectroscopic and imaging methods.


  • principles of interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter
  • principles of electronic, vibrational, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopies
  • the use of different ranges of electromagnetic radiation in imaging and related methods (MRI, CT, X-Ray, optical, electron, and scanning probe microscopies)
  • the principles of diffraction methods use of Fourier Transform methods, the application of synchrotron radiation for different measurement techniques.
A special theme day, Synchrotron radiation day, will be organized on Wed 7 June, 2017.

Lectures given by confirmed international experts from University of Oulu, University of Helsinki, MAX IV Laboratory in Lund etc.

Detailed schedule can be found from the I4FUTURE webpages.

I4Future is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie action co-funded international, interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral doctoral programme hosted at University of Oulu. The programme network involves 17 University of Oulu research groups, 10 international partner universities, 11 private companies and 4 multidisciplinary public sector organisations.

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Last updated: 18.5.2017