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Biomedical Imaging in 3D

An 8-week course on creating 3D renders and images for the biomedical industry

Course Categories
Course Format:
Standard
Duration:
8 weeks
Materials:
Modo, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Zbrush, Substance Designer, and Maya (or equivalent).
Lecture Type:
Pre-recorded
Assignment:
Deadlines each week
Skills Level:
Intermediate
Feedback:
Individual recordings
Q&A:
Once a week
Prerequisites:
General knowledge of a 3D software ( Maya recommended)
Course Format:
Standard
Duration:
8 weeks
Materials:
Modo, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Zbrush, Substance Designer, and Maya (or equivalent).
Lecture Type:
Pre-recorded
Assignment:
Deadlines each week
Skills Level:
Intermediate
Feedback:
Individual recordings
Q&A:
Once a week
Prerequisites:
General knowledge of a 3D software ( Maya recommended)
Course Format:
Standard
Duration:
8 weeks
Materials:
Modo, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Zbrush, Substance Designer, and Maya (or equivalent).
Lecture Type:
Pre-recorded
Assignment:
Deadlines each week
Skills Level:
Intermediate
Feedback:
Individual recordings
Q&A:
Once a week
Prerequisites:
General knowledge of a 3D software ( Maya recommended)
COURSE OVERVIEW
COURSE OVERVIEW
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
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Week 1 | Introduction / Examples

Establish the goal the student would like to achieve | Introduction to the world of biomedical illustration | Examples of workflow for creating two images (organic and inorganic representations)

Week 2 | Resources for Representing Biomedical Concepts

Where to find references and their importance in a correct biomedical illustration workflow | Introduction to the most widely-used databases

Week 3 | Introduction to Scientific Software for Representing Molecules / Nanoassemblies

The student will get acquainted with the most-used scientific software for representing nanoassemblies. We will use Chimera, VESTA, and VMD. (All the software is free / open source.)

Week 4 | Creating your Studio Setup

This is the core of the course. Now the students should be able to import their models from a specific database, use scientific software for choosing the best representation (both in the case of anatomy or nanomachineries) and import it into the 3D software of their choice. Now we will see how to set up our virtual studio and pose lights.

Week 5 | Shaders

We will create the materials for our models. How can we simulate materials? Also how can we apply specific materials to selected parts of our models? Also, we will investigate the most-used materials in scientific representation.

Week 6 | Rendering

This week will be dedicated both to the theory and practice of how to render a scene.

Week 7 | A Complete Project

Lessons will present an example of a completed project, from beginning to final render. We will create a small animation representing blood cells inside a vein.

Week 8 | Your Turn

There will be no mandatory lessons this week in order to allow students the time to focus on their final assignments, which will be part of their portfolios. The instructor will be available during the week to help in their assignments, which will be discussed during the final Q&A

Biomedical Imaging in 3D
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Instructor

Bringing out the best in talent

Giorgio is a scientist with a variety of interests. He currently work as a researcher at the Italian National Council of Research (CNR) on topics devoted to the characterization and development of new materials. Luciano graduated in chemistry in 1999 with a thesis on magnetic behaviour of ternary compounds based on rare earth elements. After several years working in the chemical industry in an R & D lab he returned to university to do a PhD in chemical sciences in 2005. During his PhD he spent some time studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, and this influenced his passion for art. He has used 3DSMax since version 4.03, and participated in the CGTALK hardcore modelling challenge competitions since IV challenge (2003).

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SUMMER TERM REGISTRATION
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COURSE BEGINS
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