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Course Description

The Institute of Signal Processing offers courses mainly for the study programs Electronics and Information Technology, Mechatronics, and Computer Science at both Bachelor and Master level. Almost all lectures are accompanied by exercise classes or labs in which the theoretical content is applied to practical examples. It is highly recommended to visit these problem classes in parallel to the lecture.
Regarding administrative inquiries please contact Birgit Bauer.

Our courses are components of following Academic Degree Programms:

Bachelor Courses

Digital Signal Processing

Winter Term, VL and UE

Digital signal processing nowadays is present in almost every consumer electronics device, vehicle, industrial machinery, et cetera. This lecture provides an introduction of the field of digital signal processing. Besides fundamental methods and algorithms, basic skills in MATLAB® are acquired by the attendees. Biweekly assignments accompany the lecture.
KUSSS description VLUE
KUSSS scedule: VL, UE: group 1group 2group 3

Discrete-Time Signals and Systems

Winter Term, VL and UE

Discrete-time signals and linear time-invariant systems, their representations and mathematical treatment are the main topics of this lecture. The audience, mainly Electronics and Information Engineering students in their third semester, learns in detail how to work with discrete-time signals and systems in the time and frequency domain. Additionally, the students consolidate their knowledge by exercises in MATLAB®.
KUSSS description: VLUE
KUSSS scedule: VLUE

Signal Processing Architectures

Summer Term, VL and PR

This lecture is recommended for experienced Bachelor as well as for Master students. It focuses on signal processing hardware and implementations. The audience learns about the variety of hardware platforms, efficient algorithms, implementation aspects and pitfalls. In the lab course the students implement signal processing algorithms on an FPGA under constant supervision.
KUSSS description: VLPR
KUSSS scedule: VLPR

Information Engineering

Summer Term, KV

This lecture, specifically designed for Mechatronics students in their fourth semester, provides the basics of information processing systems. The lecture consists of three parts: information preprocessing, information extraction, and information transmission.
KUSSS description: KV
KUSSS scedule: KV

Master Courses

Optimum and Adaptive Signal Processing Systems

Winter Term, VL and UE

Statistical and adaptive signal processing algorithms have a vast application range in electronic systems designed to transmit, receive, store or extract information. These systems include communications, radar, speech and image processing, biomedical signal processing, control systems, and many others. The lecture particularly targets Master students in Electronics and Information Engineering as well as in Mechatronics. The presented theory is applied to many real world application examples. The accompanying exercise classes focus on the implementation of the developed concepts and algorithms in MATLAB®.
KUSSS description: VL , UE
KUSSS scedule: VL ,  UE: group1, group2

Signal Processing Architectures

Summer Term, VL and PR

This lecture is recommended for experienced Bachelor as well as for Master students. It focuses on signal processing hardware and implementations. The audience learns about the variety of hardware platforms, efficient algorithms, implementation aspects and pitfalls. In the lab course the students implement signal processing algorithms on an FPGA under constant supervision.
KUSSS description: VLPR
KUSSS scedule: VLPR

 

Special Topics in Signal Processing (Guest Lectures)

This lecture is reseverd for guest lecturers and its content varies every semester. The lecturer and the content of the newest lecture will be announced during our other lectures and on the ISP homepage. The content of previous lectures can be found here.