I’m a big fan of online courses, especially the ones that feature good professors with valuable professional and teaching experience. It feels like you are at the university again, but from the comfort (or discomfort) of your chair at home.
I have recently completed “Image and video processing: From Mars to Hollywood with a stop at the hospital” by Guillermo Sapiro.
His modules are mostly self-contained, reach deep enough in the field but doesn’t get stuck on hard-to-explain topics and while others criticised his accent, I don’t see any problem with it. Relating image processing topics directly to their application is the best way to go in my opinion, which he does great!
The next two courses that I am aiming to complete are the following ones from Peter Corke:
An introduction to robotics, which so far seems pretty nice, though some parts I have read a lot about before or know by practice, but it is good to revisit the theory sometimes.
And last but not least, yet another computer vision class that yields a lot of interesting factors. I’m eager to start it!