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Signals and Systems - Workshop

  • Type: Internship
  • Chair: Institute for Industrial Information Technology (IIIT)
  • Semester: summer semester
  • Place:

    not yet determined

  • Start: June 7th, 2021
  • Lecturer:

    Prof. Michael Heizmann

    Muen Jin

  • SWS: 1
  • ECTS: see below
  • LVNr.:2302905
  • Note:

    Registration via the Wiwi portal is required. Further information will be announced in an introductory event.

  • Registration for the "Signals and Systems - Workshop" course is possible from May 4th, 2021 to June 11th, 2021 in the Wiwi portal.

For Students of the bachelor's programs in electrical engineering and information technology (ETIT) and mechatronics and information technology (MIT) applies:
According to the module manual, the "Signals and Systems" module consists of two parts. The first part of 6 ECTS includes the lecture and exercise with the corresponding written exam, which takes place in the winter semester. The second part of 1 ECTS includes the course "Signals and Systems - Workshop", which takes place in the summer semester. The entire "Signals and Systems" module thus has a total of 7 ECTS. To participate in the workshop, it is not necessary to pass the exam beforehand. Vice versa, participation in the workshop is not a prerequisite for participation in the exam. However, knowledge of the lecture content is recommended for successfully completing the workshop.

For Students from other courses applies:
Please refer to your respective module handbook to find out which parts the module for your degree program is made up of. Knowledge of the lecture content is recommended for successfully completing the workshop, but as a rule the following applies: In order to participate in the workshop, it is not necessary to pass the exam beforehand. Vice versa, participation in the workshop is not a prerequisite for participation in the exam.

Another important component of studying electrical engineering and information technology relates to programming, which is a prerequisite for students in the course of their studies. With this course, the students come into contact with hardware-related programming and signal theory in general at a very early stage. The content includes getting to know the basics of microcontroller hardware such as embedded programming, control of peripheral units (IO ports, AD converters) and data acquisition and processing. In the area of ​​signal processing, important aspects of signal theory such as the composition of signals from sinusoidal signals (Fourier series), sampling / sampling theorem or quantization are linked with practice. Finally, the knowledge will be used to carry out a real-time analysis of audio signals.

There is an ILIAS course to accompany the workshop. There you will find documents about the workshop and a forum for your questions.

The solutions are also submitted via the ILIAS course.

Registration for the ILIAS course can only be made by registering in the WiWi portal in due time. Registration can take place in the period June 7th, 2021 - June 11th, 2021. The slides of the introductory event with instructions for registering in the Wiwi portal can be found here.

 

Time / period 
07.06.2021Introductory event
07.06.2021 - 11.06.2021Registration in the Wiwi portal
07.06.2021 - 06.07.2021Exam registration
15.06.2021 - 06.07.2021Processing period
15.06.2021Hall exercise
25.06.2021Tutorial 1
02.07.2021Tutorial 2
06.07.2021Submission of the solutions

 

We thank our sponsors for the generous support of the workshop. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Thomas Zwick.