Graduate Studies

Graduate studies at the Imaging Research Laboratories provides students from diverse backgrounds an interdisciplinary and stimulating environment to carry out their research. Students pursuing graduate work at the IRL have undergraduate or graduate degrees from the physical sciences, engineering and life sciences. Research projects can be experimental, theoretical or computational. Students who carry out research at the IRL can register in a variety of departments at The University of Western Ontario. The great flexibility in structuring a suitable graduate thesis project allows students to tailor their program to suit their interests and talents. To find out how to register as a graduate student in any of these departments, visit the links below:


Applied Math
Biomedical Engineering
Computer Science
Chemical Engineering
Electrical Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Biophysics

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