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Components and Mecatronic Systems

Postgraduate course. Face-to-face.

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16th EDITION
UPC School

This postgraduate course can be attended as part of the master's degree Mechatronics or as part of the master's degree Enertronics.

Nobody could question that among the major challenges facing humanity is the challenge of providing a solution to energy systems. Our future largely depends on our ability to identify and manage future energy techniques. Electronic, IT and communication technologies must be included in the design of the energy systems of the coming years. This innovative concept, which enables integrated solutions to be identified, has been termed Enertronics.

This is a concept which brings together different technologies in topics such as power electronics, communications automation, electrical systems energy, and programming and microprocessor technologies, all of which are aspects which companies require from their professionals. Nowadays organisations require the figure of the enertronic engineer who, when thinking of a solution to an energy system, also takes the electrical part or the bit microprocessor programming into account.

This postgraduate course in Mechatronic and Enertronic Components and Systems is part of the Masters programme, and provides training on data procurement and sensors, power electronics, electric actuators, microcontrollers and programmable logic or signal processing and control.

Aims

  • The integration of mechanics, electricity, electronics and information technologies into the design of components, equipment and mechanical systems to be able to make better products.

  • A better understanding of materials and processes.

  • Learn about the latest trends and information related to new materials and processes.

  • Evaluate the costs associated with manufacturing components (materials, processes, implements, production series¿).
  • Who is it for

  • Industrial engineers or other technicians that work in the design and development of industrial systems.

  • Recent graduates who wish to work in the areas mentioned above (preferably students specialised in mechanical or electrical engineering).
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    Credits:
    15 ECTS
    (105 teaching hours)

    Start date:
    Start date:February 2017 End date:July 2017
    Timetable:
    Monday  18:00 to 21:30Wednesday  18:00 to 21:30
    Taught at:
    CITCEA-UPC
    Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria Industrial de Barcelona (UPC)
    Av. Diagonal, 647. Planta 2. Aula Schneider
    Barcelona

    Registration fee:
    2.100 €

    Language of instruction:
    Spanish

    Registration open until the beginning of the course or until end of vacancies.

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