## Teaching activities

Since 2008, Nicolas Dobigeon is with the Electronics & Signal Processing Department of INP-ENSEEIHT, University of Toulouse (France). He is currently involved in the teaching of the following courses at an undergraduate and graduate levels.

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- Single and multiple-valued functions
- Analytic functions
- Integration and Cauchy theorem
- Taylor and Laurent series
- Residue theorem
- Z transform
- Laplace transform

- Discrete and continuous random variables
- Mathematical Expectation
- Change of variables
- Extension to random vectors
- Properties of Gaussian vectors

- Estimation theory (maximum likelihood, moment and Bayesian estimators)
- Regression (linear and logistic)
- Hypothesis testing (Neyman-Pearson, Chi2, Kolmogorov)

- Discrete and continuous random variables
- Estimation, detection

- Deterministic and random signals
- Linear/Non-linear filtering
- Sampling

- Sampling and quantization
- Discrete Fourier Transform
- FIR/IIR Filtering: stability, windowing, direct synthesis

- Optimization of FIR and IIR filters: (non-)optimal synthesis, stabilization
- Digital effects in linear filters
- Non-standard structures: lattice/ladder, rational, multi-rate

- deconvolution, restoration
- penalization, regularization
- Bayesian regularization
- Markov chain Monte Carlo methods