Phd thesis digital image processing

  1. Structure & property of material interfaces,
  2. Thin film solar cells, transparent conductors, electronic materials, investigation of optoelectronic properties, oxidation,
  3. Biomaterials, Nanotoxicology,
  4. Heat transfer and material flow modelling, Friction stir welding and processing of materials, additive manufacturing,
  5. Thermodynamic and kinetic modeling of material processes with experimental validation,
  6. Self-cleaning materials, Fusion peptides, Design of antibiotics, Drug delivery through cell-penetrating peptides

Professor Tim Ritchings
Tim is interested in the development and evaluation of novel Intelligent Systems that involve the digital signals and images, using Pattern Recognition and AI techniques to help in their interpretation and understanding of the data. His focus has been on effective and reliable systems that address significant real-world issues in both medicine and industry. In addition to traditional signal and image analysis techniques, he has expertise with using Knowledge/Rule based systems, fuzzy reasoning, Artificial Neural Networks, and Genetic Programming in the context of signals and images techniques. He also has expertise in visualisation techniques to support the signal and image analysis, and development of Augmented Reality applications using hand-held devices.

Phd thesis digital image processing

phd thesis digital image processing

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