Nagpur: Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur (IIITN) in association with VNIT Nagpur is organising “Five-day Weekend Short-Term Training Programme (STTP) on Signal, Image and Video Processing with MATLAB”. This certified workshop is organised in two phases: Basics: scheduled on 13-14 Jan 2018 and Advanced: scheduled from19 to 21 Jan 2018. This workshop is for the first time being conducted jointly by IIIT Nagpur in association with the department of Electronics and Communication, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT), Nagpur. IIIT Nagpur has been conducting value for money workshops since its establishment.
The Last date to register for the STTP workshop is 10 Jan 2018. The details about the workshops can be obtained through the official website of IIITN “www.iiitn.ac.in” and “https://iiitnagpur.github.io/workshop”.
MATLAB is very popular high-level language of technical computing platform that is widely used by academics, engineers, scientists and professional for development, implementation and analysis of various algorithms and prototypes.
The basic sessions will consists of MATLAB Language fundamentals of Mathematics, Graphics, Data handling, Programming Scripts and Functions, Graphical User Interface (GUI) buiding, etc. Advance sessions will consists of live projects based on various topics in signal, image and video processing. The participants will be getting an opportunity to have hands-on experience on various professional instruments being offered by the official company partner “AD Instruments, India”. The company resource person will also be conducting a special hands-on session.
The Event Coordinator Dr. Ankit A. Bhurane said “The workshop is open to all and would cover various fundamentals from the scratch. No specific pre-requisite is required for the STTP. The workshop content is planned in a way that will help the participants to master that goes behind various challenging in signal processing will cover the technical programming skills. He further said that “Algorithms that goes behind various challenging in signal processing shall be covered in depth.”
The dean, Prof M Aware emphasised the usefulness of this workshop in modelling and analysis of various domains of electronics, signals and and IT.