M.Tech (Signal Processing)
The Master of Technology programmes are two-year course-based programmes. Students take about 12 courses from within and outside the department, according to the programme requirements. The courses offered are of high standard, many include advanced topics and topics based on recent research. The M.Tech (Signal Processing) programme is offered jointly with the Department of Electrical Engineering (EE). The brochure (PDF Doc) is available at: click here.
The M.Tech project forms a major part of the course. Students work on their project with the guidance of a faculty advisor for over a year.
The course requirements for M.Tech (Signal Processing) are as follows.
Students are required to complete a minimum of 64 credits for M.Tech (Signal Processing) based on the following structure.
Duration: 2 years (64 credits)
Hard Core: 12 credits (All courses are compulsory)
E1 244 3:0 Detection and Estimation Theory
E2 202 3:0 Random Processes
E1 251 2:1 Linear and Nonlinear Optimization
E2 212 3:0 Matrix Theory
Soft Core : Minimum of 12 credits
E1 213 3:1 Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks
E9 211 3:0 Adaptive Signal Processing
E9 213 3:0 Time Frequency Analysis
E9 241 2:1 Digital Image Processing
E1 216 3:1 Computer Vision
E2 211 3:0 Digital Communication
E9 261 3:1 Speech Information Processing
E9 291 2:1 DSP System Design
E9 221 3:0 Digital Signal Compression
Project: 28 Credits
EP 299 0:28 Dissertation Project
Electives: The balance of 12 credits to make up the minimum of 64 credits required to complete the M.Tech degree (all at 200 level or higher) must be obtained through electives from within/outside the EE and ECE departments, taken with the approval of the DCC/Faculty advisor.