Engineering professionals know they must stay up to date with the latest trends to keep their careers on-track and support the technological and economic advancement of their organizations. Delivering expert instruction with hands-on experience, the Engineering programs give students the opportunity to master several areas.
Building a Better Future
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A steady increase in user demand for wireless data necessitated research in new wireless networks resulting in a 4G broadband technology standard called LTE - based on OFDM. This course will review LTE in depth, allowing participants to proactively participate in network deployment and development.
Data Acquisition Systems (DAS) convert real-time measurement data to digital values for storage and/or processing by computers or embedded systems. This course helps students understand the fundamentals of real time embedded data acquisition systems: their architectures, components, algorithms, data storage and presentation.
March 12, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
In this TED-style evening presentation, UCSD faculty and Zementis CEO will discuss various activities surrounding big data, including the latest development in research, services and education. UCSD-TV will be recording this presentation to be released later on this year! This event is only $10...reserve your seat today!
Find out about today’s most promising fields from industry experts and instructors. A variety of workshops will be held that focus on specific industries. You will gain insights into the latest trends and career opportunities. Technology & Engineering Night is Thursday, March 27th!
Available entirely online!
GIS allows businesses to use geographical data to make better decisions. As businesses become more aware of the importance of having geographers to analyze data, the demand will increase for professionals educated in this field. This hands-on certificate will help you become grounded in the theory and application of GIS.
Developed and taught by four world-renowned scientists at UC San Diego and Scripps Institute of Oceanography (SIO), this free, massive open online course (MOOC) will review climate change from a variety of perspectives. Continuing education credit is available for nominal fee. Next course starts in April.
Take an accelerated approach to developing advanced leadership and management skills.