I graduated with my masters in electrical engineering with major as control systems in Dec2008. I worked in the industry for 6+ years before joining my masters.
I am looking for a job in control system design, model based design, modeling/simulation of industrial systems, control algorithm development.
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Thank you for your reply. However, just for clarification, I have some knowledge about data compression techniques and have done image compression projects at school but I am curious if I spend time and money on learning digital image processing until mastering on the subject then will I have lots of job opportunities in the future? how this field is growing? how are salary ranges? I don't want to learn DSP with FPGA....no hardware design...just software side of story.... then combine it with my knowledge in communication engineering. However, I would like to hear the recommendations/advices of professionals already involved in this field. Whether I need to be very good in programming languages to success in DSP or should be very good in applied math to success in DSP or .....? I have good background in signals & systems....but not a good programming skills! So, let me know what skills are really needed to become an expert in DSP and particularly in image processing.
I was wondering, if you have any experiences in digital Image processing, as far as software approach not the hardware design. Well, I have learned some about DSP and data compression techniques but would like to master in this subject and find a job in that area either in biomedical or aerospace industry.
Your recommendations/suggestions in this matter will highly be appreciated.