The University of Girona (UdG) has various campuses scattered around the medieval city of Girona, situated in the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia. UdG is the country’s pioneering institution of higher tourism education, offering courses in the field since 1989. Today, 50% of the approximately 700 students enrolled in tourism courses are of international origin.
The Faculty of Tourism, situated at the top of the old quarter, “Barri Vell”, runs two undergraduate programs and three master courses. The European Master in Tourism Management (EMTM), an Erasmus Mundus program, being one of those master’s programs.
The Erasmus Mundus Master in vision and robotics is held by the Computer Vision and Robotics group. The group conducts its research in the following fields: real-time vision, underwater robotics and systems processing and image recognition and tracking of moving objects.The main application areas are: industrial Computing, medical Imaging, technological solutions in underwater vision and robotics and multimedia solutions.