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relation
This seminar is also part of the training track for the lifelong learning course in New Trends on Urban Mobility.

Presentation

Edition
1st Edition
Credits
2 ECTS (10 teaching hours)
Delivery
Language of instruction
English
Fee
€650
Notes payment of enrolment fee and 0,7% campaign
Registration open until the beginning of the course or until end of vacancies.
Start date
Start date: 21/10/2022
End date: 10/11/2022
Timetable
Friday: 4:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 2:30 pm
Taught at
Online
Why this seminar?
In Europe, the mobility sector is a crucial component of economic stability and growth. It has a significant multiplier effect by bringing many sectors and business services together along the value chain, in addition to direct employment at vehicle manufacturers and component suppliers. The ability of professionals to keep up with the rising rate of technology-driven change depends on their ability to adapt quickly. Integrated transportation services and disruptive technologies are enabling a growing number of smart solutions, increasing competitiveness and obviating the need for restrictions. To meet these new challenges, professionals who have been trained in a century-old industry with a traditional way of working will need to continue their education.

In this seminar, we will see how mobility is undergoing one of the most transformational shifts of a generation, fuelled by key technology driven disruptive trends: sustainable vehicles, connected and autonomous vehicles and Mobility as a Service, as well as changes in related industries like assurances, logistics and the supporting infrastructure. Each of these key disruptive trends has its own challenges and opportunities.
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Aims
  • To analyse and evaluate how different types of ICT infrastructures for mobility can be/are employed.
  • To conceive and design Mobility as a Service (MaaS) infrastructures, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), traffic management systems and transport planning systems.
  • To analyse, formulate and define charging systems and infrastructures, including dynamic road charging systems, stationary road charging systems, inductive and conductive systems, and batteries.
Who is it for?
  • Professionals who want to train or renew concepts on the new trends in urban mobility.
  • Professionals who are already involved in the mobility sector and want to bring innovation to their institutions.
  • Professionals working in the automotive industry, either directly for the automaker or auxiliary companies.
  • Industrial and civil Engineers.
  • Professionals from public organizations linked to the technology sector.
  • Data scientists, computer engineers and other professionals related to the technology field.

Training Content

List of subjects
2 ECTS 10h
Fundamentals of the Future Urban Mobility
  • ICT city infrastructures for mobility.
  • Mobility as a Service (MaaS) infrastructure. Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), traffic management systems and transport planning systems.
  • Charging systems and infrastructure: dynamic road charging systems, stationary road charging systems, inductive and conductive systems, batteries.
Degree
Diploma issued by the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya..
Range of modules
This seminar is part of the training track for the lifelong learning course in New Trends on Urban Mobility .
The lifelong learning course programme is organized into the following modules. If you don't wish to take the entire lifelong learning course you can sign on one or several modules.
Lifelong learning course:
relation Seminars:

Learning methodology

The teaching methodology of the programme facilitates the student's learning and the achievement of the necessary competences.

For subjects 1 to 4, there is a self-study period of two or three weeks after the synchronous learning that includes:
  • 2 or 3 micro-moocs: short video-lessons with some learning material to complete.
  • A short project that will be proposed in class, with the possibility to have academic and Industrial tutoring during this off-line period. If you are taking the seminar 'Innovation and Start-up Ecosystem in Urban Mobility', this project will be related to your start-up project.


Learning tools
Participatory lectures
A presentation of the conceptual foundations of the content to be taught, promoting interaction with the students to guide them in their learning of the different contents and the development of the established competences.
Practical classroom sessions
Knowledge is applied to a real or hypothetical environment, where specific aspects are identified and worked on to facilitate understanding, with the support from teaching staff.
Solving exercises
Solutions are worked on by practising routines, applying formulas and algorithms, and procedures are followed for transforming the available information and interpreting the results.
Case studies
Real or hypothetical situations are presented in which the students, in a completely participatory and practical way, examine the situation, consider the various hypotheses and share their own conclusions.
Problem-based learning (PBL)
An active learning methodology that enables the student to be involved from the beginning, and to acquire knowledge and skills by considering and resolving complex problems and situations.
Flipped classroom
The contents are prepared prior to the face-to-face lessons. Practical sessions take place in the classroom, which enable understanding and application of concepts to real cases and the expansion of knowledge with more technical and specialised details.
Tutorship
Students are given technical support in the preparation of the final project, according to their specialisation and the subject matter of the project.
Advanced asynchronous communication
Systems that enable smooth and clear communication in any situation (video chats, forums, recorded lectures, etc.).
Assessment criteria
Attendance
At least 80% attendance of teaching hours is required.
Level of participation
The student's active contribution to the various activities offered by the teaching team is assessed.
Work out projects
Studies on a specific topic, by individuals or groups, in which the quality and depth of the work is assessed, among other factors.
Completion and presentation of the final project
Individual or group projects in which the contents taught in the programme are applied. The project can be based on real cases and include the identification of a problem, the design of the solution, its implementation or a business plan. The project will be presented and defended in public.
Virtual campus
The students on this seminar will have access to the My_ Tech_Space virtual campus - an effective platform for work and communication between the course's students, lecturers, directors and coordinators. My_Tech_Space provides the documentation for each training session before it starts, and enables students to work as a team, consult lecturers, check notes, etc.

Teaching team

Academic management
  • Ribas Vila, Imma
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    PhD in Advanced Production Systems from the Technical University of Valencia (UPV) and industrial engineer from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC). She is currently vice-rector and professor at the Department of Business Organization at UPC. She is a member of the TechTalent-Lab and the Supply Chain and Operations Management research group. She has led research and technology transfer projects in the field of operations and supply chain, a field in which she publishes internationally. She is associate editor of the scientific journals Journal of Urban Mobility and Expert Systems with Applications.
  • Sayrol Clols, Elisa
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    She holds a degree and a doctoral degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC). Currently, she is an associate professor at UPC and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in signals and systems, audiovisual coding, deep learning and biometrics. She collaborates with CARNET and is the academic director at UPC of the KIC on Urban Mobility. She has been associate dean and dean of the Higher Technical School of Telecommunication Engineering of Barcelona (ETSETB) and vice rector for Institutional Relationships at UPC. In the past, she was a visiting scholar at Northeastern University and at the University of Southern California.
Teaching staff
  • Baalsrud Hauge, Jannicke
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    PhD in Engineering from the University of Bremen. She is currently associate professor in production logistics at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. From 2001 to 2003, she worked as a research scientist at the University of Bremen responsible for an e-commerce architecture in an EU project. In 2003 she joined Bremer Institut fuer Produktion und Logistik and in 2015 Royal Institute of technology. She has been coordinating several EU and national projects for ICT in production and logistics, as well as educational projects. She is a member of several boards and has published more than 250 papers.
  • Jeong, Yongkuk (Jake)
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    Assistant professor in production logistics at the Department of Sustainable Production Development in KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Södertälje. He received his PhD in Engineering from Seoul National University in South Korea in 2018. He has experience in production and logistics simulation with companies in South Korea and Sweden. His research interests are digitalization in production logistics and manufacturing simulation.
  • Jofre Roca, Luis
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    PhD in Telecommunications Engineering from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) and Professor of Signal Theory and Communications at the Higher Technical School of Telecommunications Engineering in Barcelona. He is director of the Telefónica-UPC Chair in Cognitive IoT, director of the SEAT-UPC Chair in the Future of the Automotive Industry, academic director of the Consortium for Future Urban Mobility (Carnet) and managing board of the EIT-Urban Mobility European Association. His current work is focus on connected autonomous vehicles for urban mobility, massive MIMO antennas and microorganism wireless interaction.
  • Martin Segura, Guillermo
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    Doctor of Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). Industrial engineer from the UPC. More than ten years of experience in the field of power electronics.

  • Villafáfila Robles, Roberto
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    Doctor in Electrical Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC). Industrial Engineer specializing in Electrical Engineering from the UPC. Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering (UPC). Member of the management team of CITCEA-UPC and head of the area of Entrontronics. Member of the Energy Commission and of the Working Groups on Efficient Energy Management and Electric Mobility of the College of Industrial Engineers of Catalonia. Experience of more than fifteen years in national and international R + D + i projects in electricity markets, integration into renewable generation networks, storage and electric vehicles.
Lecturers
  • Pérez Rastelli, Joshué Manuel
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    He has more than 14 years of experience in the Intelligent Transportation System field where he has successfully designed, developed, and implemented intelligent systems ranging from advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) up to fully automated vehicles. He started working at the Superior Council of Scientific Investigations (CSIC), in Spain, within the AUTOPIA program for autonomous vehicles, where he got his Ph.D. in 2012. Then, he moved to the National Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA), in France, where he has technically led more than 10 EU and national projects for demonstrating different ADAS technologies. He has more than 180 publications related to automated driving, ADAS and cooperatives maneuvers.

Associates entities

Strategic partners
  • CARNET
    • Provides teachers and lecturers.
    • Participates in the design of the contents of the programme, and ensures they are appropriate to the needs of the professional sphere.
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology
    • Participates in the design of the contents of the programme, and ensures they are appropriate to the needs of the professional sphere.
    • Provides teachers and lecturers.
  • Tecnalia Research & Innovation
    • Participates in the design of the contents of the programme, and ensures they are appropriate to the needs of the professional sphere.
    • Provides teachers and lecturers.

Career opportunities

At the end of the course, participants will be able to develop roles that require knowledge and practical skills to succeed when dealing with new challenges in urban mobility, either in the automotive sector, public bodies, mobility operators, consulting firms, engineering departments or start-ups.

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