About the course

The program Mathematics of Signal Processing originated from the interesting fact that signal processing has been a constant source for interesting and challenging mathematical problems over the last decades, often leading to new ideas and directions in mathematics. Conversily, the mathematical developments have led to significant impact for various practical signal processing applications.
Our aim is to bring together leading experts in the fields of Signal Processing, Mathematics and Statistics and to provide the necessary mathematical background to understand and employ signal processing techniques in an applied environment.
Although applications differ from one another in their details, they often make use of a common core of mathematical ideas such as the Fourier transform, the language and theory of Linear Algebra and the basics of Probability and Statistics. Hence the Mathematical an Statistical framework behind Signal Processing will be given due stress in this course.