Signal Processing with MATLAB®

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June 28 and 29, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This course teaches you how to analyze signals and provides hands-on experience with designing signal-processing systems. Both MATLAB®, signal processing and DSP systems tool boxes are used in the lectures. The lectures include time and spectral analysis of signals and design of filters.

This course is designed for college students and engineers, especially in the mechanical, aerospace, electric-electronic, communication, and radar fields.

Dr. Ilteris DemirkiranInstructor: Dr. Ilteris Demirkiran

Biography: The course is taught by Dr. Ilteris Demirkiran, who is currently a tenured professor of electrical, computer, software, and system engineering department at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). He is known for his excellent teaching by faculty and students alike. During the Spring 2010 Faculty Assembly, Dr. Demirkiran was recognized with the campus' Outstanding Teaching Award at ERAU. His current research interests are in weak signal detection, nonlinearities, and spread spectrum communications systems. He utilizes MATLAB® in his research. He utilizes MATLAB in his research. To register for the course, please email europe@erau.edu

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Cost: €1800 +19% VAT


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