This research Masters programme focuses on technology and applications of virtual reality, computer graphics, imaging and computer vision.
We are sorry but this programme is not accepting applications for 2020 entry.
Please see the full list of Graduate Research programmes for information on other programmes available or revisit this page in October.
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length and cost, visit the UCL prospective students site.
A total of 180 credits must be gained to be awarded an MRes with 45 credits from Research modules plus a dissertation of 75 credits, 45 credits from Taught modules and 15 credits from Transferable Skills modules. Please note, all choices are subject to space on modules, timetabling constraints and the approval of the relevant Module Tutor and the Programme Director.
Optional 'Taught' modules
Students choose 45 credits from this Optional Group
- Acquisition and Processing of 3D Geometry (COMP0119) (15 credits)
- Computer Graphics (COMP0027) (15 credits)
- Computational Photography and Capture (COMP0028) (15 credits)
- Graphical Models (COMP0080) (15 credits)
- Image Processing (COMP0026) (15 credits)
- Inverse Problems in Imaging (COMP0114) (15 credits)
- Machine Vision (COMP0137) (15 credits)
- Mathematical Methods, Algorithmics and Implementations (COMP0112) (15 credits)
- Virtual Environments (COMP0113) (15 credits)
Optional 'Transferable Skills' modules
Students choose 15 credits from this Optional Group
- Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (COMP0146) (15 credits)
- Researcher Professional Development (EDUC0002) (15 credits)
Please note: the availability and delivery of optional and elective modules may vary, depending on your selection.
All MRes students undertake an independent research project, which culminates in a dissertation.