TRAINING @ CTIEThe Centre offers a range of short courses for industry and clients wishing to update or enlarge their knowledge in all aspects of telecommunications and information engineering. Customised courses and courses in fields not listed may be available on demand.
One of four centres in the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, the Centre for Telecommunications and Information Engineering offers undergraduate and postgraduate Masters programs specialising in telecommunications.
Telecommunications and Computer related subjects are also available as part of other degrees offered by the Department.
A list of the most popular short courses for those wishing to retrain or to develop a new area of expertise follows.
Digital signal processing: introduction, theory and practise. Course modules available:
Advanced Digital Signal Processing (3 days)
Digital Signal Processing in practise (DSP / BIOS) (3 days)
DSP Chip Support Libraries (DSP CSL) (1 day)
Terabit optical communications systems and networks (2 days)
Polarisation mode dispersion: fundamentals and impact on optical communications systems and networks (1 day)
PERL and CGI (2 days)
Introduction to XML (1 day)
JAVA programming (3 days)
OTHER COURSES INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING ARE OFFERED ON REQUEST:
Introduction to data communications
Advanced data communications
Wireless access protocol technology
Opportunities exist for undergraduate and postgraduate study specialising in telecommunications.
Undergraduate courses are managed by the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering.
Postgraduate research opportunities in the Centre for Telecommunications and Information Engineering exist in a wide range of specialisations.
In addition to scholarships listed on the postgraduate information pages, candidates that are successful in obtaining APA or equivalent scholarships may be eligible for award of additional top-up scholarships.