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Automobile Electrical and Electronics. ELTICA

Postgraduate course. Face-to-face.

Presentation

7th EDITION
UPC School

The UPC has a clear commitment to collaboration in the automotive sector , as shown by the 10 editions of the Master MIGIA , 2 degrees of expertise in automotive, the existence of Chairs SEAT and Applus , postgraduate training in active safety and passive and body , automotive materials , etc . , the organization of conferences, seminars , conferences, etc. . and participation in R & D in different fields (materials, nanomaterials , electric vehicles , electricity and electronics , security, etc. . ) . The Government of Spain has opted for training and innovation as key elements for economic development and pays special attention to the automobile sector. The automotive sector is one of the main engines of the national economy , Catalonia being one of the main Spanish and European regions in terms of activity in this sector. The occupations most in demand by the industry technical profiles correspond to areas intended for R & D , design and engineering ( automotive sector report , CEAM 2010).

With specific reference to the contents of this postgraduate course , are missing , by the automotive industry professionals specialized in : the development of electrical system and wire harness in a vehicle, the different sources of energy, and management , to drive electric vehicles, electronic communication architecture , in some cases own and other adapted to the sector; analyze and reduce the susceptibility of components and parts to conducted or induced interference, the development of new electronic control units to reduce cost and weight of the vehicle; industrialization of plastics, specifically in the manufacture of lighting systems , among others detailed in the specific competencies of the program.

This situation forces the sector to hire specialists from outside our borders and / or professional training after recruitment , with the consequent use of resources without a comprehensive program of learning or a structure that facilitates the acquisition of knowledge and skills . Furthermore , continuous changes , tools , technologies, social requirements , legislation, etc. . , Advise that there is a curriculum for continuing education of professionals, keep up to date knowledge and facilitate innovation. It is noteworthy that Catalonia has the only center of automotive design in Spain , so the need for professionals with expertise in this area is critical and is not covered by the current academic offerings. In addition to the center, there are numerous regional providers and companies that are part of the automotive industry and whose competitiveness at national and international level depends largely on the value and contribute their professional training . Similarly no publications covering the development process of a vehicle as companies consider confidential and that makes independent learning .

Aims

The primary objective is to train people ELTICA be able to:

1. Identify, formulate and solve optimally problems in the electrical and electronic fields in an automobile.
Two. Understand the technologies, trends and the most common tools in this field.
Three. Conceive, design, implement and adopt research methods that lead to the generation of knowledge and innovation.
April. Knowing and applying existing technologies in the market as well as emerging technologies and acquire the skills necessary to propose applications
May. Understand and convey information-knowledge from scientifictechnical documentation.
6. Analyze and propose projects considering the different aspects of economic activity, with sustainability criteria.

Who is it for

As a result of the training, the course qualifies for positions of responsibility:

Design of electrical and electronic systems, especially for automotive
· Developing.

Content

Modules

The postgraduate course programme is organized into the following modules. If you don't wish to take the entire postgraduate course you can sign on one or several modules.

Sistema de Iluminación y Señalización en el Automóvil

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 20/02/2017. Barcelona

Arquitecturas electrónicas. Sistemas de Comunicación, Medida y Control en automóviles

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 13/03/2017. Barcelona

Sistema eléctrico de Distribución

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 25/04/2017. Barcelona

Sensores y sus Interfaces en Automoción

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 22/05/2017. Barcelona

Sistemas de Energía y Electromovilidad

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 26/06/2017. Barcelona

Compatibilidad Electromagnética en el Automóvil

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 04/09/2017. Barcelona

Diseño y Validación de Unidades Electrónicas

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 09/10/2017. Barcelona

Electrónica de Información y Entretenimiento (Infotainment)

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 23/10/2017. Barcelona

Gestión en Proyectos de Automoción

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 04/12/2017. Barcelona

Subjects

Gestión en Proyectos de Automoción
2 ECTS. 20 teaching hours.
Sistema de Iluminación y Señalización en el Automóvil
3 ECTS. 25 teaching hours.
Arquitecturas Electrónicas. Sistemas de Comunicación, Medida y Control en Automóviles
5 ECTS. 46 teaching hours.
Sistema Eléctrico de Distribución
3 ECTS. 28 teaching hours.
Sensores y sus Interfaces en Automoción
3 ECTS. 36 teaching hours.
Sistemas de Energía y Electromovilidad
3 ECTS. 26 teaching hours.
Compatibilidad Electromagnética en el automóvil
3 ECTS. 34 teaching hours.
Diseño y Validación de Unidades Electrónicas
3 ECTS. 17 teaching hours.
Electrónica de Información y Entretenimiento (Infotainment)
3 ECTS. 26 teaching hours.
Prácticas Generales
3 ECTS. 24 teaching hours.
Proyecto Final
4 ECTS. 25 teaching hours.

Management & Faculty

Academic management

  • González Benítez, Maria Margarita
    PhD in Science. Professor of Engineering Projects Department of the UPC. Specialist in design for the environment and sustainability tools must.

Teaching staff

  • Colomer Mur, Josep Maria
    Bachelor of Information Sciences. Master NLP. Associate professor at UPC Business Organization Department. Member of the Expert Network in Leadership Development within the Coaching area at Barcelona Activa Teacher and coach in management skills. Teacher in personal skills development programs at UPC PhD office and UPC Alumni
  • Cort Tobías, Xavier
    BSC Industrial Engineering. Thermal Management Product Manager at IDIADA, including activities of Aerodynamics, Engine Cooling and HVAC. Member of ISO working group, for the development of thermal environmental regulations. Collaboration on European R+D projects, focused on innovation and efficiency improvement on Cooling and HVAC systems.
  • Corull Massana, Ernest
    Responsable del área de Proyectos de Señalización en Centro Técnico Seat.
  • Díaz Millán, Manuel Alberto

    Ingeniero Técnico Industrial. Responsable dirección proyectos cableado SEAT Ibiza. Responsable de Esquemas Eléctricos en SEAT. Responsable del desarrollo de Componentes del Cableado en SEAT. Responsable de Herramientas Virtuales CAD en el ámbito de desarrollo del cableado en SEAT. Experiencia en la dirección de proyectos de cableado para AUDI y VW.

  • Edesa González, Sergio
    Telecommunication Engineer by the ETSIT of the University of Valladolid. He worked in Daimler AG for 6 months developing CANoe simulations in Sindelfingen (Germany). Currently working in HIL projects for Bertrandt AG in Barcelona.
  • Ferrer Peretó, Josep
    Technical telecommunications engineer in the Electronics specialty and master's degree in telematics at the UPC. Since 1995 he works at SEAT Technical Center in the Electric-Electronic development department. From beginning he has participated in the introduction and development of CAN Bus in SEAT models as an analyst and trainer. He is currently responsible for the Team Architecture, Gateway and Diagnosis.
  • Ibáñez Abad, Juan de Dios
    Licenciado en Ingeniería Superior de Telecomunicaciones por la UPC. Actualmente realiza su actividad profesional en el Centro Técnico de SEAT en el departamento de Desarrollo Eléctrico. Experto en buses de comunicación, protocolos de transporte y diagnosis y herramientas de test en el ámbito de la automoción.
  • Merino Rodríguez, Antonio
    He is an Industrial Engineer Electrical branch for specialty electronics EUITIB. Since 1986 works at the SEAT Technical Centre in electrical development having held various responsibilities within the electronic area. He is currently Head of Electromobility and Energy Systems at the SEAT Technical Centre. He has collaborated with UPC and STA in various training programs, conferences, technical seminars and Masters.
  • Oliveras Mérida, Víctor
    Doctor Ingeniero Industrial por la UPC, es Responsable de coordinación del vehículo eléctrico en SEAT. Su experiencia profesional y académica se centra en la gestión de la innovación, dirección de proyectos y el diseño. Es profesor asociado del Departamento de Proyectos de Ingeniería en la ETSEIB.
  • París Garcia, Maite
    Ingeniero Técnico Eléctrico, especialidad Electrónica. Ha trabajado como analista en el área de Procesos dentro del sector de la automoción, y posteriormente dentro del área de I+D, en el desarrollo de dispositivos de iluminación y señalización. Actualmente, es responsable del grupo "Desarrollo Iluminación", en el Centro Técnico de SEAT, S.A.
  • Schunk, Matthias Josef
    Responsable de vehículos eléctricos e híbridos en Siemens Cataluña.
  • Sierra Garriga, Carlos
    Doctor Ingeniero Industrial. Subdirector del dpto. de Proyectos de Ingeniería de la UPC. Posgrado en Luminotecnia. Especialista en auditoria energética, luminotècnia y técnicas de modelización y visualización. Vicepresidente de la APDI, Asociación de Profesionales de Diseñadores de Iluminación.
  • Torrellas Pérez, Pablo
    Ingeniero Industrial (Electrónica) por la Universidad Pública de Navarra. MBA por Esade. Responsable del equipo de desarrollo y validación de sistemas electrónicos avanzados de asistencia a la conducción en el Centro Técnico de SEAT.

General information

Credits
35 ECTS (307 teaching hours)
Start date
Classes start:06/02/2017Classes end:29/11/2017Programme ends: 13/12/2017
Timetable
Monday  17:30 to 21:30Wednesday  17:30 to 21:30
Taught at
ETSEIB - Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria Industrial de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 647
Barcelona
Contact person
Maria Teresa García Saura

Telephone: (34) 650 705 618
formacion.ingenieria.proyectos@upc.edu
Degree
Postgraduate diplomas issued by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. To obtain this degree it is necessary to have an official or recognized university degree equivalent to a bachelor's degree or diploma. Otherwise, the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya will only award them a a certificate of completion.For Postgraduate Course:

· Attendance at 80% of theoretical and practical
· Presentation and approval of the Draft Final Report of the Course
· Overcoming test with a score equal to or greater than five.



In the case of having a foreign degree check here.
Virtual Campus
The students on this Postgraduate course will have access to the My_Tech_Space virtual campus, an effective work and communication platform for students, lecturers and course directors and coordinators. My_Tech_Space allows students to find background material for their classes, to work in teams, ask their lecturers questions, consult their marks, etc.
Employment service
Students can access job offers in their field of specialisation on the My_Tech_Space virtual campus. Applications made from this site will be treated confidentially. Hundreds of offers appear annually of the UPC School of Professional & Executive Development Employment service .The offers range from formal contracts to work placement agreements.
Registration fee
5.375 €
The registration fee must be paid before the beginning of this Postgraduate course.
See the section Discounts, loans and financial aid for possibilities of advantageous financing conditions.

Applicants are given the option of making a voluntary €5 contribution when formalising their enrolment. As part of the UPC's 0.7% Campaign, this donation will go towards meeting charitable needs in developing countries.

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Language of instruction
Spanish

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