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Industry Workshops

Industry Workshops

EUSIPCO 2015 will feature two Industry Workshops (Free upon registration with the Industry Workshop Organisers to all EUSIPCO participants).

ARM University Programme Professor Workshop on Digital Signal Processing

WOLFRAM Workshop on Image and Signal Processing in Mathematica


ARM University Programme Professor Workshop on Digital Signal Processing

When: Wednesday 2nd September 2015 14:30 to 17:30 (Coffee break 16:10 to 16:30)
Where: Galliéni 5 Room, Acropolis, Palais Des Congres et des Expositions, Nice.
Who: The workshop is for university professors and educators with an interest in digital signal processing teaching.

This September, the ARM University Programme would like to invite you to attend our Professor Workshop based on our DSP Lab-in-a-Box at the EUSIPCO Conference at 14:30 Wednesday the 2nd September.


The ARM University Program DSP Lab-in-a-Box takes advantage of the cost effective development boards and provides educators with teaching materials, including lecture slides and laboratory instructions, as well as numerous example projects for use with the Keil MDK-ARM development environment. The workshop will take participants through selected program examples from the DSP Lab-in-a-Box.

The full DSP Lab-in-a-Box comes with a full suite of teaching materials, 100 floating Keil licenses and seed hardware. To find out more and request a donation please visit our website at ttp://


To attend the event, please register online here: Workshop confirmations will be issued shortly after you’ve registered.


Dr. Donald Reay is a lecturer in the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom. These special University workshops are completely free-of-charge for all academics and researchers attending the EUSIPCO conference. Please note that ARM cannot cover any associated travel and accommodation costs in attending these events.


If you have any further questions please write to

We look forward to seeing you in Nice!

Kind regards,
The ARM University Programme Team


Image and Signal Processing in Mathematica


The Wolfram Language is an ideal tool for data, signal, and image processing. It provides a wide range of technologies to connect to data sources and greatly facilitates the import and export of data. The language features dedicated containers — such as EventSeries, TimeSeries, Sound, Image, and Image3D — to host the datasets and powerful functions for data-specific processing, statistic, stochastic, analysis, recognition, and visualization. This workshop will feature a long list of signal and image processing highlights as we climb the data-dimensionality ladder implementing captivating application examples in the Wolfram Language.


Dr. Markus van Almsick: For over twenty years, Dr. Markus van Almsick has been a consultant for Wolfram Research, maker of Mathematica, Wolfram Alpha, Wolfram System Modeler and Wolfram Cloud. He studied theoretical physics at the Technische Universität in Munich and at the University of Illinois, as well as biomedical image analysis at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. For the last six year he has been helping to extend the scope of Mathematica in image and signal processing.

Workshop Dates (running twice)

Tuesday 1st September 2015 16:20 to 18:00
Wednesday 2nd September 2015 10:20 to 12:00


Galliéni 5 Room, Acropolis, Palais Des Congres et des Expositions, Nice.


To attend the event, please contact Alex Upellini.