LONDON The University of Leeds is holding an embedded systems forum at which University representatives will describe how embedded systems is taught to students and present case studies of innovative teaching and learning approaches.
Delegates will discuss what should be expected from graduates and what methodologies can be adopted for improving student proficiency.
The forum, at the University's Rhodes Lecture Theatre on June 21 – 22, will also bring hardware and software vendors together with designers from industry to discuss best practice in design.
Hands-on hardware and software demonstrations will be held during extended lunch and coffee breaks.
More information is available from Dr Greg Horler. of the School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering