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Splash Biography



DAVID FRIDOVICH-KEIL, Princeton senior, electrical engineer




Major: ELE

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2015

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

My name is David Fridovich-Keil, and I am a senior electrical engineering major here at Princeton. My background is in applied physics and optics, but lately I have begun to gravitate towards the computational of EE: signal processing, image processing, machine learning, and computer vision. I will be pursuing graduate studies in EE next year (destination undecided).



Past Classes

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E241: Introduction to Signal Processing in Splash Spring 15 (Apr. 25, 2015)
Signal processing is something we do -- even if we don't know it -- every day. When we listen to music, we can hear different pitches; when we open our eyes we see different colors. Signal processing is the broad field that quantifies and formalizes how we understand and decompose signals, and its primary tool is Fourier analysis. If you've ever wondered how sound and light work and how humans and computers process these signals, come on out!