Jugend Forscht

On November 24th, one of our DSS team members, Owe Wisch, took part in the "Jugend forscht Perspektivforum" at the CAU. Thirty young students from the "Jugend forscht" project came to Kiel and participated in three different workshops focusing on career paths in maritime climate protection. Owe Wisch from our chair lead one of the workshops and presented his research topics, beamforming techniques and his career decisions so far to the students aged between 16 and 20 years. 

We hope that we were able to show the students interesting career paths, share our knowledge about digital signal processing and its applications and hopefully some of them will consider studying electrical engineering, maybe even here in Kiel. We believe that exchange of ideas with the next generation of students, who are interested in science, is very important to the university and our chair and we would like to thank "Jugend forscht" for this opportunity.

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Weitere Kapitel

  • Signale
  • Fourier-Reihe und DFT
  • Fourier-Tranformation
  • Laplace und z-Tranformation
  • Lineare Systeme
  • Modulation
  • Zufallsprozesse und zugehörige Spektren
  • Zufallsprozesse und Systeme
  • Idealisierte Systeme
  • Zustandsraum
  • Ergänzungen

 

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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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New PhDs in the DSS Team

Since January this year we have two new PhD students in the team: Elke Warmerdam and Finn Spitz.

Elke is from Amsterdam and she works in the neurology department in the university hospital in the group of Prof. Maetzler. Her research topic is movement analysis of patients with neurologic disorders. Elke cooperates with us in signal processing related aspects of her research. Elke plays ...


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