Objective of the Program
Master’s students are trained to do research and development in the field of integrated circuits design as well as in micro- and nanoelectronics for up-to-date wireless telecommunications systems. The program covers RF, analog, and digital circuits design for receivers and transmitters and digital signal processing based on FPGA and microcontrollers.
- the course is delivered in English;
- solid background in the field of advanced microelectronics;
- developing communication and learning skills: the ability to write coherent and consistent science papers and documents, the ability to manage your own learning and make use of primary research sources and reviews
- advanced software for computer integrated circuits simulations
- scientific research activities, regular participation in seminars, conferences, and forums;
- joint projects and research activities with teachers' engagement;
- cross-cultural studies and other extracurricular activities at the University;
- scholarships to study abroad in English in one of the European partner universities (a semester or a summer school).
Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)
Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble (France)
Tampere University of Technology (Finland)
Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits (Germany)
The curriculum is of modular type. It includes lectures, seminars, laboratory research and computer simulation of microelectronics devices and circuits. Research work in international scientific teams and participation in international research projects develop practical skills and enrich the fundamental knowledge of the participants. E-learning support of the educational process is provided.
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Last updated June 3, 2019
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