2-20 August 2010 Information Technology Degree Programme hosts an Erasmus Intensive Programme in eDSP - Embedded Digital Signal Processing. 50 students and 12 teachers from four partner institutions of higher education will meet at Helsinki Metropolia UAS in Espoo, Finland, to participate in the Erasmus Intensive Programme.
The programme will last for three weeks. In those three weeks students from the partner institutions will work together on the topic in international teams.
Embedded technology industry has a demand for skilled engineers, which has strong enough knowledge on hardware, software, systems, and digital signal processing as well as international communication skills. This IP provides an effective way to learn these skills.
The same topics could be covered also in traditional class room lectures, which can offer deeper insight into each separate topic. However, too often the skills will be fragmented over the syllabus and never integrated together.
This Intensive Programme will be focusing on integration of multidisciplinary skills in an environment, which resembles an industrial design environment.
Course is targeted for the students of the fields of Information Technology, Electrical and Information Engineering, Mechatronics, and Electronics. Students who pass all of the required parts of the course will be entitled to 10 ECTS points as an integrated of their professional studies.
Helsinki Metropolia UAS is a coordinator of this project and it is now carried out together with the following partner universities:
- Coventry University, Great Britain
- Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main, Germany
- Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
For further information
Website of Embedded Digital Signal Processing Intensive Program
Information Technology Degree Programme
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