Imaging and characterisation methods, theoretical principles and applications -course

Imaging and characterisation methods, theoretical principles and applications (DP00AN67-3001) doctoral course is organized by the I4WORLD doctoral programme to increase the awareness of the possibilities of different methods and the latest developments in imaging and characterisation methods. This intensive course includes lectures on different methods given by various experts.
I4WORLD doctoral programme co-funded by the European Union

Credits: 1 ECTS

Schedule and place: 27-31.5.2024.

Initial schedule for the lectures:

  • Monday 27.5 in L2 at 9:00-16:30
  • Tuesday 28.5 in L2 at 9:00-16:30
  • Wednesday in L2 at 9:00-16:30
  • Thursday in Lo124 at 9:00-16:30
  • Friday in Lo124 at 9:00-10:30

Responsible teacher: Matti Alatalo

Objectives: Understanding principles, requirements, limitations and possibilities of different methods and the latest developments.

Target group: Course is mandatory for doctoral researchers selected to the I4WORLD programme and is available for all the doctoral researchers at the University of Oulu.

Content: Understanding principles of electromagnetic radiation interaction with matter, principles of electronic, vibrational, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopies, the use of imaging (e.g. MRI, X-Ray, optical, electron, and scanning probe microscopies), the principles of diffraction methods, possibilities of different methods and the latest developments. Imaging and characterisation methods in applied sciences: combining methods. Practical limitations. Requirements for on-line measurements. Requirements for medical measurement and imaging. Computational interpretation of experimental results.

The course work is 1 ECTS = 27 h, which consists of lectures and demonstrations given by different experts. Optional 1 ECTS available by conducting a learning diary according to given instructions.

Registration in Peppi or via Tuudo, please register 17.5.2024 at the latest. If you don’t have access to Peppi (no study rights yet) and wish to attend the course, please send email: henna.longi@oulu.fi.

More detailed information on the course will be sent out to the participants according to the registration. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.

The course is organized by the I4WORLD (Imaging and Characterisation for a Sustainable World) doctoral programme co-funded by the European Union.

Last updated: 4.4.2024