MRes Virtual Reality

**Applications are now being accepted for 2017/18**

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Programme Structure

The Virtual Reality MRes focuses on visualisation and imaging in engineering and design.  The programme is for outstanding students and engineers who want to further their training with a research-focused Master's programme.

The Programme Diet 

A total of 180 credits must be gained to be awarded an MRes:

  • 105 credits from Research modules
  • 45 credits from Taught modules
  • 30 credits from Transferable Skills modules

The tables below outline the compulsory modules and the options available under each module category.

Compulsory Modules:
Module Code Module Title Credits Module Type
COMPGR01 MRes Virtual Reality: Individual Research Project (Dissertation)   75 Research
COMPR002B* Group Project B 30 Research
COMPGV16 Research Methods and Reading 15 Transferable Skills

* If the cohort is not large enough to run group project the following Research module will be taken instead, COMPGR04: Evaluating Critical Topics in VEIV [add in link to the article]

Optional Taught Modules: at least three from the following (or other advanced taught or research module with approval)
Module Code Module Title Credits
COMPGV01 Mathematical Methods Algorithms & Implementations    15
COMPGV07 Virtual Environments 15 
COMPGV12 Image Processing 15 
COMPGV10 Computer Graphics 15 
COMPGI14 Machine Vision 15 
COMPGI08 Graphical Models 15 
COMPGV11 Geometry of Images 15 
COMPGV18 Acquisition & Processing of 3D Geometry 15 
COMPGV08 Inverse Problems in Imaging 15 
COMPGV15 Computational Photography & Capture 15 

 

Optional ‘Transferable Skills’ Modules: at least one of the following (or other transferable skill module with approval)
Module Code Module Title Credits
EDUCGE02 Researcher Professional Development                        15
COMPGR18 Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 15