Wolfram U

Image & Signal Processing

Start with the fundamentals of digital image processing and move on to advanced applications like object detection, recognition, classification and segmentation with the use of state-of-the-art neural net models. Also learn about the basics of digital signal processing as well as advanced topics from the field of control systems.

These courses feature many practical applications and teach how to use Wolfram Language built-in functions, interactive notebook-based tools and ready-to-use neural net models for image analysis and computation. Earn course completion certificates and work toward the image processing and Wolfram Language Level 1 certifications.

Upcoming Events

  • Oct 6–27 | Online

    Data Science Friday Webinar Series

    Learn to apply a multiparadigm approach to image analysis—from outer space images captured by the Webb Telescope to traffic on London streets captured by "JamCams." We'll also look at images taken by NASA Mars rovers and dig into the geologic layers of South Asia.

  • Oct 16–Oct 27 | Online

    Daily Study Group: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

    This Daily Study Group follows lessons from the upcoming comprehensive Wolfram U course Introduction to Discrete Mathematics. The course explores the main branches of discrete mathematics and simple applications in computer science.

  • Nov 1–3 | Online

    Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference

    See the newest releases, developments and features in Wolfram Language and the Wolfram technology stack. The virtual conference provides opportunities for in-depth discussions with the Wolfram R&D team, staff and developers; common-interest group meet-ups and pre-conference training workshops.