This programme is structured around a core of topics in signal processing, with specialisms in control and systems theory, image processing and machine learning.
The programme is centred around the research base at Southampton and reflects leading research in ECS in the areas of:
- signal processing
- systems and control theory
- image processing
- machine learning
The programme has a high mathematical content, and much of the material is strongly computationally based. You will develop strong transferable skills in algorithmic development and programming.
View the programme specification document for this course
One year, full-time.
The programme has been designed to maximise student choice by allowing you to tailor the structure to suit your own interests. You can choose areas that reflect your personal interests and work on an individual project. You will however, also take a number of compulsory modules to ensure you are exposed to key topics in all areas.
You can apply for the programme through the University of Southampton's online postgraduate application system. For more background and detailed information, see How to Apply. Please note that we belong to the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering (FPSE).
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