Kent University has joined the Continuing Education in Electronics Systems Integration (CEESI) Training consortium of 11 UK universities. Its four modules for CEESI are: Foundations of Biometrics and Secure Systems; Industrial Context of Biometrics; Practical Biometric Systems; and Advanced Biometrics. “We are joining the leading consortium providing advanced training for industry in electronic engineering in the UK and will benefit from the many advantages this brings: cooperation, marketing and financial assistance,” said Winston Waller, senior lecturer in Electronic Engineering at Kent University. The CEESI-Training program, supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, aims to address industry’s need for flexible training in electronics systems design and integration by establishing training modules at postgraduate level, accessible mainly via the internet.
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