Upcoming course: Mathematics for Radar and Electronic Protection (2015)
16 Mar 2015 - 11:45
Next week, from 23 to 27 March, the Menzies Building on the Upper Campus of the University of Cape Town is hosting the third course of the Radar Masters programme of 2015 – Mathematics for Radar and Electronic Protection (click on the title to read more).
As in previous years, the course is being taught by Dr Pieter Uys (click on his name to read his biography). He is a Senior Scholar in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town, having been a Senior Lecturer in that department from 2003 until 2013.
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This course provides a useful mathematical toolkit for the Radar and Electronic Defence Engineer. Emphasis is on practical calculation and useful ‘tricks of the trade’ rather than mathematical rigour. Having successfully completed this course, students should be able to:
Understand calculus, linear algebra, special functions and at a level that enables them to access and make use of the radar research literature;
Carry through detailed calculations based on this material;
Be able to identify mathematical techniques most appropriate to the analysis of a particular application.
Download CPD – RED Brochure 2015
Specific course topics include:
Specific course topics include: Ordinary differential equations, Laplace transforms, Fourier analysis, Partial differential equations, and Complex analysis.
For more information on all the courses being offered in the Radar Masters programme this year, visit this link.
You can also register for this course as a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) student (download CPD – RED Brochure 2015).
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