The MIT Professional Education office is offering more than 50 intensive courses for professionals in two-to-five day sessions, this summer -- including ten classes taught by EECS faculty members.
The Short Program's intensive courses are designed to inform busy professionals through in-depth learning with long-term value. Courses combine MITs breakthrough research with insights from industry, government, and academic participants. These courses sharpen each participants competitive edge as todays technologies, industries, and organizations experience rapid change.
The classes taught by EECS faculty members are listed below in chronological order.
*NEW* Concepts in Multicore Programming [6.02s]
C. Leiserson P. Halpern | June 8-9, 2009
Data-Driven Marketing: Pricing, Bundling, and Customer Targeting [6.66s]
M. Dahleh | TBA, visit the website to register your interest.
High-speed I/O Design Techniques [6.22s]
V. Stojanovic | June 8-10, 2009
Design of Motors, Generators, and Drive Systems [6.11s]
J. Kirtley, S. Leeb | June 8-12, 2009
Organic, Molecular, and Nanostructured Electronics Physics and Technology [6.17s]
V. Bulovic, M. Baldo | June 8-12, 2009
Leadership Skills for Engineering and Science Faculty [PI.61s]
C. Leiserson, C. McVinney | June 15-16, and July 13-14, 2009
Data Networks [6.20s]
E. Modiano, M. Medard | July 20-24, 2009
Multicore Programming [6.05s]
C. Leiserson, M. Herlihy | July 20-24, 2009
*NEW* Nanostructure Fabrication [6.75s]
K. Berggren | July 20-24, 2009
Introduction to Network Coding [6.33s]
M. Medard, D. Katabi | July 27-31, 2009
As stated in the MIT Professional Education Short Courses website, all prospective participants must complete an on-line application for admission. Applications are accepted beginning several months in advance of the course, and individuals may apply early to reserve a place. Admission is on a space-available basis. Please be in touch with this office if you have more questions. [Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call directly: 617-253-2101].