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Trabajo Fin de Master

Submitted by mvlopez on Mon, 27/04/2015 - 09:43
Créditos Totales: 
15.0
Delivery dates: 
Anual
Type of subject: 
Troncal/obligatoria
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La UPM ha abierto el periodo de preinscripción para estudios oficiales de Máster Universitario y Doctorado correspondientes al curso académico 2014-2015. El plazo finaliza el día 30 de junio.

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Advanced Instrumentation (INST 1)

Submitted by lapiz on Wed, 17/07/2013 - 17:41
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Créditos Totales: 
4.0
Delivery dates: 
First semester
Type of subject: 
Optativa
Instructional Objectives: 
After a general introduction in which the student reviews the general principles of electronic instrumentation, the subject consists of two blocks. In the first one, dedicated to electronic instrumentation is intended to provide a knowledge of electronics to the design, construction and management of electronic instruments. These skills include techniques both conventional analog and digital circuitry in instrumentation as related to noise and its treatment. In a second part, dedicated to electronic instrumentation itself, is intended to enable the student to master the actual physical quantity measurement, for which we present the general principles of sensors and transducers, we study the most common and are briefly described associated instrumentation systems. Finally, it also includes the description and study of computer-instrument control and some common systems and instrumentation devices.

 

Program: 

INTRODUCTION
BASIC SYSTEMS DATA ACQUISITION

- Applications of converters in data acquisition systems.
- Data collection plates.
- Data loggers.

INSTRUMENTAL COMPACT AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
- Compact systems: instrumentation buses.
- Distributed systems: fieldbus.
- Some proprietary systems.

INTELLIGENT SENSORS
- Advanced sensors.
- Wireless sensors.
- Networks of sensors.
- Regulations.

VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION
- Principles and philosophy of virtual instrumentation.
- Systems based on commands (SCSI).
- Development graphical environments (LabView).
- Architectures (SICL, VISA, IVI).
- SCADA.

MEASURES, METROLOGY AND PATTERNS
- Introduction to the measure.
- Expression and calculation of uncertainties A and B.
- Propagation of uncertainties.
- Calibration and traceability. Introduction to employers.
- Accreditation, certification: standards

 

Teaching methodology
The methodology consists of classes in which they are presented and proposed to develop the issues students must solve cases and present the teacher and the rest of the class, debating the solution adopted. This system is intended to engage students in the techniques developed in this subject and are aware of the training needs they require.
In the section on Virtual Instrumentation, during classes will be held, as an exercise, use practices and program design in posts LabView LFI Laboratory of Electronic Instrumentation.
In summary, the main lines which includes the teaching methodology of the course are:
- Master classes.
- Presentation and discussion of papers.
- Problem solving.
- Labs in Virtual Instrumentation.

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Evaluation
The evaluation will be done by assessing the work / problems proposed along the course, with a total weight of 60% of the final grade, and a final exam multiple choice with the remaining 40%.
In the valuation of the proposed work will be considered, apart from the technical aspects, the ability to present, explain and defend the chosen solutions to the teacher and the rest of the course.

 

 

CONSIGNOS: making TIC available for deaf people

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M.Sc. in Electronic Systems Engineering (MISE)

Submitted by pituero on Thu, 16/05/2013 - 15:49

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The complaints received in this box will be processed by the administrative secretary .

We will try to respond within fifteen days after receipt of the complaint or suggestion.

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Créditos Totales: 
3.0
Delivery dates: 
Second semester
Type of subject: 
Itinerario I2
Instructional Objectives: 

In this laboratory the aim is for students to do practical work related to their research from the following topics:
- Microsystems
- Nanotechnology
- Optoelectronic Devices
- Semiconductor Technology.

Program: 

Development of a work in any of the following topics:
- Microsystems
- Nanotechnology
- Optoelectronic Devices
- Semiconductor Technology.

Teaching Methodology
The teaching methodology is based on project based learning (PBL). By conducting a complete project, the student acquires the knowledge needed in the development of each of the modules.
 

Review: 

The evaluation will consist of the following:
• Developed: 50%
• Project presentation and presentation: 25%
• Memory or project documentation: 25%

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Professor: 

Person-machine Dialogue Systems (SDPM 2)

Submitted by jr.rol on Fri, 19/10/2012 - 17:35
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Créditos Totales: 
4.0
Delivery dates: 
Second semester
Type of subject: 
Itinerario I4
Instructional Objectives: 

This course is devoted to the study of the various modules involved in an interaction system or of human-machine dialog. Starting with an overview on dialogue systems and their problems, to go on to address the key modules that make it up, describing its operation, the research alterna-tives adopted to achieve optimal system performance and the problems of each.
Each of the modules will be started from a basic level and go up to describing the most ad-vanced algorithms and techniques with which we will get the most robust and reliable systems.

The course is based on lectures to acquire the desired skills, but it also includes a set of applica-tion case studies, specially selected, to be solved in common and that allow the application skills to be acquired.
This will enhance the interaction with the students so they can apply the acquired knowledge in a final project of the subject.

Program: 

The course will be cover the following topics:
1. Dialogue system architecture
2. Fundamentals of production and Speech perception
3. Synthesis and generation of response
4. Speech recognition: parameterization and quantification
5. Speech recognition: hidden Markov models
6. Continuous speech recognition
7. Adaptation
8. Language models
9. Speaker identification and language identification
10. Speech understanding and translation
11. Synthesis and recognition of emotions and multimodal interaction
12. HTS synthesis
13. Design methodologies and user modeling
14. Evaluation of dialogue systems

Review: 
EVALUATION PROCEDURE

Students complete the course with a final project of individual character to be presented publicly in English as part of activities to acquire transversal competences of documentation, communi-cation and publication.
The report must be presented in the typical format for IEEE conference papers (http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates....) with aim of encouraging the student, not only through the reading and interpretation of scientific and tech-nical documents, but also its correct wording.
The final project must be eminently practical, and in it should be applied some of the tech-niques described in the course, preferably, a problem that may be related to research or pro-fessional activity of the student.
The written report will be the 70% of the final grade. However, the teacher also will observe the ability of students to communicate effectively and concisely the technical information, knowledge, justifications, etc. and to answer the questions he may pose them. The oral presen-tation will be the 30% of the grade.

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Microelectronics Laboratory (LDIM 2)

Submitted by jr.rol on Fri, 19/10/2012 - 17:30
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Créditos Totales: 
3.0
Créditos de Laboratorio: 
3.0
Delivery dates: 
Second semester
Type of subject: 
Itinerario I3
Instructional Objectives: 
Microelectronics Laboratory is the subject practical complement to Microelectronics. It aims to introduce students to the professional work environment using the usual CAD toolbox full custom design of mixed-signal integrated circuits.
The ultimate objective is the practical realization of a complete design of a relatively complex circuit using commercial CAD tools for full custom design, all of Cadence:
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  • Schematic editing. Analog simulation. Editing and synthesis paths: Virtuoso.
  • Layout verification (DRC and LVS): Assura
  • Parasitic extraction: QRC

 

Program: 

The laboratory will be in pairs in the laboratory of Building B (B-043). Each pair is assigned a desk  to choose between morning or afternoon. Each time slot is three hours.

Practical works:

  • Week 1: Introduction to Cadence work environment. Design, simulation and characterization of an inverter schematic. Design, simulation and characterization of two cell diagram basic NAND, NOR of two inputs or similar.
  • Week 2: Advanced characterization of circuits with the Analog Design Environment. Parameters. Calculator. Parametric simulations. Monte Carlo simulations. Corners simulations.
  • Week 3: Editing paths, extraction and verification of operation. Inverter, NAND and NOR.
  • Week 4: Sequential Circuits. Full custom design and characterization of recording media.
  • Weeks 5 and 6: Design, simulation and characterization of a cell of average complexity (memory cell flip-flop, etc..).
  • Weeks 7, 8, 9 and 10: Completing the final practice, design, simulation, characterization and delineation of a block design chosen as final practice.

Teaching methodology

The course will run for 10 weeks in laboratory sessions practical. During the first three weeks sessions will be preceded by a short talk introducing theoretical issues of the course and the practical demonstrations.

Practices to week 6 are guided, you can follow step by step practice notes at your disposal. At the end of each session, students will make a brief report to work.

The final practice developed between weeks 7 and 10 is free and is intended to complete the design (layout) and characterization of a circuit of moderate complexity. Be offered several topics, but also encourages students to delve into any design theme full custom analog, digital or mixed.

To justify the work done, the corresponding files will be delivered to paths and a document of 3 to 6 pages in IEEE Conference format (preferably in Latex) including at least the following points:

  • Summary (Abstract): Concise summary of the work performed and results obtained.
  • Introduction (Introduction): Introduction to the problems and how to solve the circuit has been previously decided in the scientific literature.
  • Functional description of the design (Functional Description of the Design).
  • Destaller implementation (Implementation Issues).
  • Characterization (Characterization): including the explanation of the work environment, experiments and results of characterization. Optionally you can include a comparison with previous work.
  • Conclusions (Conclusions).
  • Bibliography

You can include all the figures that are deemed necessary to improve the explanations of the text. Optionally, the drafting of the report can be done in English (see section name in brackets). The work was presented orally to other colleagues at the end of the course. The exposure of each job will last 10 minutes approximate. In the talk should be involved two team members.

Review: 
The practices of the first six weeks will be reviewed and evaluated by teachers, constituting 30% of the overall mark.

The technical quality and originality of the final practice account for 40%.

The quality of the oral presentation and the memory of the final practice contribute 20% of the grade.

The remaining 10% comes from the student's demonstrated skills in the use of the work environment along the course.

 

Microsystems and Nanoelectronics (MSIS+NANO 2)

Submitted by jr.rol on Fri, 19/10/2012 - 17:25
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Créditos Totales: 
4.0
Delivery dates: 
Second semester
Type of subject: 
Itinerario I2
Instructional Objectives: 

Current electronic systems include, in increasing numbers, sensors, actuators and interfaces with the user which tend to be, in turn, real micro-and nanosystems (MS and NS). This is more relevant in portable systems where improved performance, the user interfaces and energy aspects are promoting the use of nanoelectronics technology even in the parts of uptake and storage of electrical energy. The smart phones are certainly a paradigm of such trends. Other examples of social relevance are occurring in the area of ​​biomedicine. The commercial availability of so-called "lab-on-a-chip", true MS and NS that integrate aspects of nanosensors, MS and integrated intelligence and routinely used in hospitals analytical and sensory implant developments are promoting new advances in MS and NS.
From a content perspective, the educational objectives can be grouped into three main blocks:

  1. Understand and review an overview of micro and nanoelectronics (NE), from the point of view of current applications, this market, and the ongoing potential applications, with special emphasis on electronic systems.
  2. Study the principles of operation and manufacturing of Microsystems and Nanoelectronics in the areas listed above. In this context we introduce the basic principles of nanotechnology that are required.
  3. Study of the presence of MS, NS and NE in current electronic systems in four initial areas, smart mobile phone, communications, high-speed internet, biomedicine, and generation / energy storage. This will allow comparative knowledge of different types of micro-electro-mechanical, acoustic, optical, electro-optical and (bio) chemical, and submit the presence of NE in the processing circuitry and storage.

 

From the standpoint of aptitude, the objectives of this course are to develop the ability to reflect and relate contents, the search, preparation and presentation of information, and the integration of knowledge work.

Program: 

This course consists of two interrelated parts. The first part is devoted to the study of the fundamentals nanoelectronic and functionality of the various types of micro / nano-electronic current. The second part deals with the identification and comparative analysis of micro / nano-and nanoelectronic elements currently on loa advanced electronic systems. The initial systems for the study refer to portable terminals, high-speed communications, energy capture and storage and biomedicine. In connection with this second part of the course, each student must make a personal studio and oral and written presentation on MS, NS and Now or NE, after the preofesor Guided definition in any of the current SE scopes have ineteres for the student ..

PART 1
1. Introduction to microsystems and background
2. Materials and manufacturing for microsystems
3. Physical microsystems: temperature, pressure, acoustic, inertial
4. Optical Microsystems: photodetectors and displays
5. Chemical and Biological Microsystems
6. Microsystems Market
7. Introduction to nanotechnology and nanoelectronics. Evolution and advanced devices in the ICT area.
8. Materials and structures for nanoelectronics and their properties in that scale.
9. Nanoelectronic devices and nanooptoelectrónicos
10. Other nanostructures for ICT and energy.

PART 2

Functional study and comparative analysis of the presence of MS, NS and NE in
• Smart Phones
• High-speed communications
• Biomedicine
• Collection and storage of energy

Teaching methodology

This subject will be taught through classes and activities outside of class (study and work and team). Students complete their training with a single character work to be presented to their peers as part of the course evaluable. In addition, some invited lectures will be taught by professors and researchers from other centers on relevant topics related to the subject. Also, students will be offered optional visits to other research centers.

Review: 

Evaluation description, displaying the weight of each test.
The evaluation will consist of testing (50% of score), along with exposure of individual work by students, on a topic agreed in advance with the teachers, or other homework (40%). They also account for students' active participation in the sessions and discussion forums (10%).

Faculty
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