FEEIT Students visited Universities in Germany

Објавено: April 8, 2024

The student visit to Germany, organized by Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, aimed to provide students from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies with hands-on experience and exposure to cutting-edge equipment in the field of Communication and Embedded Systems. Over the course of two weeks, from the 18th of March to the 29th of March, students engaged in a comprehensive internship program designed to enhance their understanding and practical skills in their respective fields.

Throughout their stay, students actively participated in a series of specialized classes covering key topics in channel coding and data transmission, system administration basics, programmable logic using FPGA, and object detection. These sessions were led by expert faculty members from Anhalt University, providing students with valuable insights into theoretical concepts and practical applications. In addition to classroom instruction, students completed hands-on laboratory assignments designed to reinforce their understanding of the course material. By applying theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios, students gained proficiency in implementing various communication and embedded systems techniques.

As part of the program, students had the unique opportunity to visit esteemed universities across Germany, including the Harz University in Wernigerode and the Leipzig University. These visits fostered academic exchange and facilitated networking opportunities among students and faculty from different institutions. To gain insights into the practical applications of their field of study, students visited German companies specializing in electrical engineering and information technologies. Notably, visits to companies such as IBH Impex in Dessau provided students with firsthand exposure to industry practices and technological innovations.

Beyond academic and professional engagements, students explored the rich cultural heritage of Germany by visiting iconic landmarks in cities such as Berlin, Hannover, Leipzig, and Dresden. These excursions offered students a glimpse into the history, art, and architecture of Germany, enhancing their overall cultural experience.

In conclusion, the student visit to Germany was a resounding success, offering participants a holistic learning experience that encompassed academic, professional, and cultural dimensions. The invaluable knowledge, skills, and experiences gained during the internship will undoubtedly serve as a cornerstone for the future endeavors of the students from our faculty.