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UNH offers PSoC class for next-gen, networked embedded systems

Posted: 08 Sep 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:PSoC? training? course?

Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that the University of New Hampshire College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is offering a new course emphasizing programmable system-on-chip (PSoC). The course, open to interested students and the community at large, is a component of the Far View Distance Learning Program at UNH, allowing students to take the course remotely.

Entitled, "ECE 994Vital Electronics: Networked Computing Using Programmable Systems-On-Chip," the course is offered on Wednesday evenings. It highlights PSoC as the building block for the next-generation, networked embedded systems. The course also focuses on sensing, controlling, and communicating challenges, as well as innovation, economics, validation, robustness, and the application domain. Case studies are used, including sensorized laboratories, critical infrastructure monitoring and protection, and global design methodology for in-situ hardware development.

The course architect and instructor, Andrzej Rucinski says, "I believe the principles covered in this course are essential to those involved in designing next-generation embedded systems. The PSoC architecture is a perfect platform for this subject matter."

Meanwhile, director of Cypress's University Alliance, Patrick Kane says, "It's gratifying to see more and more prestigious universities around the world adopt PSoC as an integral part of their curricula." He adds, "Professor Rucinski has developed a course that will be of great benefit to both current students and to practicing engineers who want to stay ahead of the curve in embedded design."





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