Event for the Isarnwohld School in Gettorf

On Thuesday, June 25th, about 30 pupils from the Isarnwohld school in Gettorf visited us. First a couple of Bachelor students shared their experiences about the "transition" from school to university and make some common remarks on the "life of studnets". Thanks again to the students for their help here. Afterwards we had several demonstrations ranging from medical applications over automotive to underwater signal processing. We hope that the pupil enjoyed their visit in our labs. Some more details about this event can be found here.

Wissenschaftsspaziergang

On Thursday, August 15th, we participated in the "Kiel Science Walk" (Wissenschaftssapziergang) that is organized by the city of Kiel. About 20 interested people visited us. First Dr. Frank Paul in his role as the manager of our institution gave a short talk about current facts and the history of our faculty. Afterwards, our real-time time system KiRAT as well as the some (theoretical) basics of our research projects were explained. The main part of this event were then five lab demonstrations that were presented by virutally all of our PhD students. We hope that the "science walkers" enjoyed their visit in our labs. Further details can be found here.

Involved Researchers

 

Deuschl, Günther
Prof. Dr. med.
Medical aspects of the project

 

Heute, Ulrich
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Signal processing aspects of the project

 

Nebel, Adelheid
Logopädin, klinische Linguistin
Logopedic aspects of the project

 

Schmidt, Gerhard
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Signal processing aspects of the project

 

Spitz, Finn
M.Sc.
Main researcher of the project

 

Wellner, Barbara
Dr.
Logopedic aspects of the project

 

 

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Schmidt

E-Mail: gus@tf.uni-kiel.de

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Faculty of Engineering
Institute for Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering
Digital Signal Processing and System Theory

Kaiserstr. 2
24143 Kiel, Germany

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