Wednesday, October 24, 2007

List of video lectures

Proposal Writing PTC 620

Management of Technology Seminar

Entrepreneurship & Business Course

Project Management:

International Business

Management of Telecommunications:

Strategic Management:

Turbo Codes

Introduction to ARM


Wireless Sensor Networks

ZigBee Overview

Digital Image Processing (Purdue UniversitySpring 2005 )

Wavelets and Recent Developments in MPEG Video

Digital Signal processing
Data communication
Animations from virginia university


Data Base Management System

Programming Concepts I

Operating systems concepts

Introduction to Programming

Introduction to Computer Organization

Network security



Ring theory

Arithmetic geometry

Real Algebraic geometry

Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry

Polynomials Over Finite Fields

Electricity and Magnetism

Video lectures on Bioelectromagnetism


CAN Basics: Part 1

CAN Basics:
Renesas Interactive

Launch Course


This course provides technical details that will help you design reliable, cost-effective distributed systems that link together a network of microcontrollers (MCUs). It contains an overview of CAN technology—what it is, why it's important, and where it is used and can be applied to good advantage. This course also highlights various key CAN design aspects, including the physical interface, data flow, timing issues, Physical layer, OSI model, and higher-level protocols used in CAN-based systems.

Renesas Interactive
Renesas Technology designs and manufactures highly integrated semiconductor system solutions for mobile, networking, automotive, industrial and digital home electronics markets. Established on April 1, 2003 as a joint venture between Hitachi and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Renesas Technology is one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world and the number one microcontroller supplier globally.

Intro to LabVIEW

National Instruments Intro to LabVIEW

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DESCRIPTIONThousands of successful engineers, scientists, and technicians use LabVIEW to create solutions for their demanding application needs. LabVIEW is a revolutionary graphical programming development environment based on the G programming language for data acquisition and control, data analysis and data presentation.

INTENDED AUDIENCEEngineers, scientists, and technicians in the following industries: Telecommunications, Automotive, Manufacturing, Semiconductor, Biomedical, Aerospace, Electronics

National Instruments

Monday, October 22, 2007

Basic Computer for Lay Man

Lecture 1: Hardware
Lecture 2: Hardware, Continued...
Lecture 3: The Internet
Lecture 4: The Internet, Continued...
Lecture 5: Multimedia
Lecture 6: Security
Lecture 7: Security, Continued...
Lecture 8: Website Development
Lecture 9: Programming
Lecture 10: Exciting Conclusion
Review Session: Review hardware, software, and the Internet
Review multimedia, security, website development, and programming
General lecture: Changing PC BIOS Settings
General lecture: Learn what the inside of a PC looks like
General lecture: Upgrading a PC. Learn how to upgrade a PC
General lecture: Learn how to upgrade a computer's RAM
General lecture: Learn how to install Windows XP on a PC
General lecture: Learn what http is all about
General lecture: Learn how TCP/IP works
General lecture: About Web Servers
General lecture: Home Networking: Part I
General lecture: Home Networking: Part II
General lecture: Learn about digital photography
General lecture: Learn how to edit your digital images
General lecture: Learn how to use Windows Movie Maker
General lecture: Learn how to protect yourself with a desktop firewall
General lecture: Disinfecting a PC: Ad-Aware
General lecture: Learn how to create a boot disk
General lecture: CSS. Learn about cascading stylesheets
General lecture: Website Design. Learn about designing a website
General lecture: Learn about XHTML, a language in which webpages are written
General lecture: Learn about programming with JavaScript
General lecture: Learn about Web-based applications (and AJAX)
General lecture: Scripting. Learn about scripting languages