The Digital Signal Processing course is offered at Hector School of Engineering & Management.
Paradigm shifts in technology call for strategic personnel development within industry. Engineering professionals in all branches need a regular update in state-of-the-art technology expertise to secure their personal career path as well as the future technology development of their companies. The Technical Short Courses of the HECTOR School are designed for this need of specialized life-long-learning elements for engineers: academic know-how for industry within three days in thefields of energy, mobility, industry 4.0 and digitalization.
After course completion, participants should be able to a) perform a basic design space exploration based on their project work, b) do a hardware software partitioning, c) implement basic designs for FPGA based systems, d) communicate effectively with information technologie engineers.
First academic degree: Bachelor, Master, Diploma, etc. (University, University of Applied Sciences, Cooperative State University) in a relevant subject, such as Engineering, Natural Sciences, Information Science or Economics. In exceptional cases other degrees may be accepted.
At least 5 year(s) of work experience are required.
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