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Looking for Teachers of DSP

Started by Webmaster April 25, 2006
I am creating a new discussion group for teachers of signal processing. The
goal is to bring together as many (D)SP teachers as possible so if they
wish, they can exchange all kind of useful information, like for instance
which book(s) they use to teach their class, their favorite web sites,
matlab tutorials, labs, etc.

I am requesting your help today to help me build a list of teachers that I
will contact personally to announce the creation of the discussion group and
invite them to join.

If you know one or several teacher(s) of SP and/or DSP, simply reply to this
message with the info (university, name, email) or even better, use this
simple form I have created:
http://www.dsprelated.com/teachers.php

On this form, you are also very welcomed to follow a link to any EE
university web site and see if you can find who is giving the (digital)
signal processing course. It is often possible to find this info but I must
admit it is a time consuming task and would take me very long to go over the
full list... So if you have a few minutes, just pick a university, visit
their EE section and see if you can find the individual(s) teaching the
(D)SP course(s).

I appreciate your help!

Thanks.

Stephane Boucher
w...@dsprelated.com
Hi,

one last call for your help. I now have a list of 106 DSP teachers to
contact out of an estimate of more than 600. Thank you to those who helped
me get there. But I'd like to bring this number to at least 200 before I do
send the invitations to join the discussion group created exclusively for
DSP teachers.

So if you find a couple of minutes today, I would appreciate if you could
visit http://www.dsprelated.com/teachers.php and add the contact info for
one DSP teacher (or more).

Very often, it is possible to find who is teaching the DSP class by visiting
the web site of a given university. I found that most of the time, I find
this info by following the "faculty" link or the "courses" link. Sometimes
I have to look at the syllabus of the DSP course, or look at the teaching
section of the professors. But most of the time, the info is there
somewhere... It would take me days to accomplish this alone, while with
your help, it could go much much faster.

Again, I appreciate your time.

Stephane Boucher
w...@dsprelated.com

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Subject: [c54x] Looking for Teachers of DSP
>I am creating a new discussion group for teachers of signal processing.
>The
> goal is to bring together as many (D)SP teachers as possible so if they
> wish, they can exchange all kind of useful information, like for instance
> which book(s) they use to teach their class, their favorite web sites,
> matlab tutorials, labs, etc.
>
> I am requesting your help today to help me build a list of teachers that I
> will contact personally to announce the creation of the discussion group
> and
> invite them to join.
>
> If you know one or several teacher(s) of SP and/or DSP, simply reply to
> this
> message with the info (university, name, email) or even better, use this
> simple form I have created:
> http://www.dsprelated.com/teachers.php
>
> On this form, you are also very welcomed to follow a link to any EE
> university web site and see if you can find who is giving the (digital)
> signal processing course. It is often possible to find this info but I
> must
> admit it is a time consuming task and would take me very long to go over
> the
> full list... So if you have a few minutes, just pick a university, visit
> their EE section and see if you can find the individual(s) teaching the
> (D)SP course(s).
>
> I appreciate your help!
>
> Thanks.
>
> Stephane Boucher
> w...@dsprelated.com