TE 401 - Developing Breakthrough Projects
|City Scholars||TE401||CS||70652||LCD||2||-||ARR Illini Center||Andrew Singer|
Jed L Taylor
|Develop Breakthrough Projects||TE401||F||69697||LCD||1||-||Andrew Singer|
Ryan Michael Corey
|Develop Breakthrough Projects||TE401||H||75966||LCD||1||-|| Keilin Jahnke|
Want to work on a project or startup and get course credit?
If students want to work on a project for TE401 credit, they will need to complete a Memorandum of Agreement Form and find a faculty member to sponsor their project before the beginning of the semester. Questions should be directed to Keilin Jahnke at email@example.com.
Augmented Listening Technology – TE 401-F
Recent advances in embedded sensing and computing technology and in audio signal processing are enabling groundbreaking advances in augmented listening technology, including hearing aids, smart headphones, and audio augmented reality. In this project-based experiential course, students will develop prototypes, design experiments, and collect data to explore the capabilities of multichannel augmented listening devices using large sensor arrays and state-of-the-art signal processing methods. The collaborative project will incorporate electronic hardware design, laboratory experiments, and data analysis. Students will also have the opportunity to pursue individual research into applications related to audio enhancement, array processing, and machine audition. TE 401 F Website