|Education at the Optolab|
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|Wednesday, 15 December 2010 16:29|
In the Laboratory, experimental set-ups dedicated to the development of both research activities and teaching facilities are available. They are used by Ph.D. students and research fellows, involved in the experimental activities as well as by undergraduate students, who attend the Laboratory for experimental demonstrations of their classes and seminars. The possibility of approaching the experimental side of the theory learned in the courses is strategic to enable the undergraduate students to find the opportunity to carry out research on innovative topics, both in basic and in applied research.
The natural commitment of the Laboratory of Optoelectronics to pursue levels of excellence in technical innovation leads to the use of advanced imaging instrumentation for industrial vision. The reason for this challenge is twofold: on one side the Laboratory is in constant search of new devices and interfaces for faster and higher-resolution imaging, especially in view of an effective application to the solution of measurement problems for on-line inspection and recognition, both in the 2-D and in the 3-D vision areas. On the other side, the dramatically increasing use of vision systems and interfaces in manufacturing leads to the need for highly specialised and trained professionals operating in this domain. It is therefore mandatory for university laboratories to provide industries with this kind of skill and know-how.
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