The overwhelming majority of future computer systems will be characterized by communicating, embedded systems. These are found in machine controls, household appliances, motor vehicles, airplanes, intelligent buildings, etc. and will in future be increasingly integrated into networks such as the Internet.
The internship will address the architecture of embedded systems and demonstrate the differences to traditional PC architectures (e.g., real-time capability, interaction with the environment) with practical examples. The internship is based on 16- and 32-bit microcontroller systems.
The main focus of the internship is the following:
Hardware assembler and high-language programming
I / O system and timer programming
Bus system connection of components
Communication (serial, CAN bus, Ethernet, radio and USB)
Control of models and use of different sensors