Oxford Public Seminars
Dr. Howard Johnson
Dr. Johnson regularly lectures at the University of Oxford in the U.K. These seminars are open to engineers throughout the world regardless of their prior affiliation with the University. The Oxford lectures cover the same material as the other public classes, in the same format, but are delivered in the historic cultural environment of the Oxford campus.
University of Oxford campus, Oxford, England: Each summer, the University of Oxford Department of Continuing Education hosts a Summer Engineering Programme. The Programme offers a wide range of short courses in High-Speed Digital Engineering, Telecommunications and Electronics.
As part of that event, Dr. Johnson generally teaches two courses. The course offerings vary from year-to-year, and are posted on the Oxford registration pages (see below).
These courses are sponsored by the Continuing Education Department at the University of Oxford, and are held on Oxford's campus in England. They are open to everyone. Prior affiliation with the University is not required.
Each public seminar attendee receives:
- Notebook of course materials
- One SiLab Video (DVD)
- Two days of terrific instruction
- Infinite opportunities to ask questions
- Lunch - both days