Universitat de Girona. Masters Erasmus Mundus

Universitat de Girona. Masters Erasmus Mundus

Beschreibung

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.

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Kurshighlights

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Universitat de Girona. Masters Erasmus Mundus

...innovation and competitiveness in tourism development and management. Sustainable Tourism Development Strategic Communication Leisure and Tourism Economics... Lerne:: Tourism Innovation and New Product Management, Environmental Economics in Tourism, Cutomer Management in Tourism...

  • Master
  • Girona (Spanien)
  • 2 Jahre
  • Oktober
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Universitat de Girona. Masters Erasmus Mundus

...analysis Local culture Semester 3: Heriot-Watt University Advanced image analysis Multi-sensor fusion and tracking Real time imaging and control Robotics... Lerne:: Robotics project, Local culture, Real time imaging and control...

  • Master
  • Girona (Spanien)
  • 2 Jahre
  • Oktober
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Meinungen (2)

VIBOT - Erasmus Mundus Master in Vision and robotics

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01.09.2012
Das Beste Awarded the SNF grant by the Swiss National Science Foundation to pursue Doctoral Studies at ETH Zurich, often rated as the best technological university in continental Europe (with 21 Nobel Prize winners in it’s alumni, Albert Einstein being the most prominent of them). I've worked with several respectable researchers who are employed with ETH Zurich, Paul Scherrer Institut, Stanford University and University of Stuttgart during Doctoral and Master’s research.

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EMTM - European Master in Tourism Management

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01.09.2011
Das Beste I finished my bachelor in management in Serbia and I wanted to continue my studies. I was looking for a master or studies abroad then I found out about the erasmus mundus master courses and I was browsing the MTM. I liked the subjects and applied for the scholarship and I got it. I decided to stay in Girona because I liked the sunny weather, one hour away from the beaches.

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Dozenten

Jaime Oscar Guia Julve
Jaime Oscar Guia Julve
Coordinador de l’European Master in Tourism Management

Departament de Organització, Gestió Empresarial i Disseny del Producte. Àrea de coneixement de Organització D'empreses. Grup de recerca de Xarxes Organitzatives, Innovació i Desenvolupament D'estratègies i Productes Turístics (Onit)

Marc Carreras
Marc Carreras
Professor

B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering (1998) and PhD in Computer Engineering (2003) from the University of Girona. Associate professor at the Computer Engineering Department at the University of Girona. Member of the Computer Vision and Robotics research group (VICOROB), working in the Underwater Robotics Research Centre (CIRS).

Rafael Garcia
Rafael Garcia
Professor

Dr. Rafael Garcia is the founder and director of the Underwater Vision Lab (UVL), which is part of the Computer Vision and Robotics Group in the Department of Computer Architecture at the University of Girona (Spain). His main research interests are underwater robotics and computer vision. Dr. Garcia is particularly interested in how to make unmanned underwater vehicles sense their environment to carry out autonomous surveys of the ocean floor.

Raquel Camprubi Subirana
Raquel Camprubi Subirana
Professora

Departament de Organització, Gestió Empresarial i Disseny del Producte. Àrea de coneixement de Organització D'empreses. Grup de recerca de Xarxes Organitzatives, Innovació i Desenvolupament D'estratègies i Productes Turístics (Onit)

Silvia Aulet Serrallonga
Silvia Aulet Serrallonga
Professora

Departament de Història i Història de L'art. Àrea de coneixement de Història de L'art. Grup de recerca de Laboratori Multidisciplinar de Recerca En Turisme

Xavier Lladó
Xavier Lladó
Professor

I received the B.S. degree in Computer Science (1999) and the the PhD in Computer Engineering (2004) from the University of Girona. From 2004 until 2006, I was working as a Post-doctoral Research Assistant in the Department of Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London. Currently, I'm an Associate Professor in the VICOROB Group at the University of Girona. My research interests are in the fields of Image Processing, Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision. I'm a member of the IEEE