Objective of course: To impart knowledge of some interesting telecommunication systems through `learning-on the-job. To introduce students to DTU and demonstrate project-based teaching.
The DTU Summer University stay comprises:
After passing the course the student is awarded a certificate and ascribed 3-5 ECTS study credits, which may be transferred to the students current study program.
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The course starts with an introduction to DTU and DTU Fotonik. The emphasis is on aspects of the course relevant for future guest and MSc students. DTU Fotonik research facilities are also presented.
The course then comprises two projects each involving six days of work with submission of a final report. The projects are in areas in which DTU enjoys international renown. They are likely to include:
The summer course is intended for students around the mid-point of a five-year course in electronics, telecommunication or computer-engineering. The principal selection criteria will be knowledge of telecommunication and knowledge of written and oral English.
Admission requirements Telecommunication:
There is no tuition fee, but a cost for accommodation: 300
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