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Practical Training at the University of Ballarat, Australia

 by Gesine Schröter and Matthias Kraft
University of BallaratSchool of Information Technology and Mathematical Siences
German Flag Fachhochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin


We are students from Berlin, Germany. We are in our 3. year and will finish our studies in the year 2000 with a diploma in computer science. It is necessary for us to do a practical training in this field which has to be at least 16 weeks long. The project is staying under the supervision of Prof. Binh Pham. A description follows below.

The project

First part: Develop an application for processing medical X-Ray images
Second part: Set up a cooperative multimedia environment to support telemedicine applications using the internet

Work in progress

Week 1: Getting organized
Week 2: Discover SGI's ImageVision ddbrary
Week 3: Create an application using ImageVision operators
Week 4: Cardinal features of the plain cervical spine
Week 5: Remove isolated pixels & Destriping
Week 6: Setting up two Linux boxes and creating Java development environment
Week 7: Finetuning on the Linux boxes
Week 8: Part 2 starts: Telemedicine Network
Week 9: Client- / Server with java.rmi.*
Week 10: Continue with the Destriping stuff
Chistmas / Newyear break
Week 11: User Interface for the Internet application
Week 12: no remarkable news
Week 13: Scaling Monash Library, Papyrus 3.5 Toolkit and a Contouring Program to Linux
Week 14: Writing the Implementation part of the Report
Week 15: Finish programming and the report
Week 16: Last changes on the report and presentation, presentation of the project and up & away

Preparation for the stay

Getting the visa

Living in Ballarat

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At the university
The touristic things
Links to sites about Ballarat

Because english is not the native language of the authors, we apologize for any inconvenience.

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