Intelligent Control Systems with LabView (6 ECTS)
Graduates must acquire, between others, the ability to become familiar with the use of control techniques and technologies of industrial process automation. LabVIEW is currently a standard tool in the industry for design and implementation of industrial control, especially in the areas of control, instrumentation and electronics. This course focuses on providing the students with sufficient theoretical, practical, and technological knowledge to address the planning and proposal of industrial control solutions. The course also uses LabVIEW as a design and implementation tool deepening in the development of industrial control applications. These aspects form one of the main working environments for the engineer.
Intelligent Control Systems with LabView Bachelor's Degree
Intelligent Control Systems with LabView Master's Degree
Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship (6 ECTS)
Innovation is a key element in any successful company. Although the skills to foresee improving opportunities can rest on any employees abilities, usually this task lies on the shoulders of its R&D engineers. By having deep knowledge in the company product technologies, engineers create and engender new ideas which increase business opportunities.
Entrepreneurship is the ability to bring these innovative ideas into new real successful products, by means of deeply assessing multidisciplinary aspects surrounding the new idea, well before becoming a real product. Furthermore, it is an inevitable step for any successful product in the market. This competence helps innovating and having great ideas while teaches keeping the feet on the ground and be realistic.
Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bachelor´s Degree
Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship Master's Degree
Management Skills for Engineers (6 ECTS)
The best engineers are often highly effective managers and leaders. We define skills as practical capacities that generate an added value. In that sense, effective engineers use their skills in two distinct areas: processes and projects. Both of them are deployed with a clear focus on stakeholder satisfaction. Customers, workers, suppliers, shareholders and citizens demand organisations structured by improvement teams and individuals with a high performance-based culture. During the semester, a systematic description of the main management skills needed in public and private companies will be provided. In addition, a review of the most relevant role models and best-in-class companies will be revised.
Management Skills for Engineers Bachelor's Degree
Management Skills for Engineers Master's Degree
Business Administration (6 ECTS)
Engineering students in the industrial area must be able to apply their knowledge to task completion and problem solving in areas related to business administration. Therefore, it is essential to train competent people in the different disciplines related to this field. The main objective of this subject is to introduce students to the world of business, so that they familiarize themselves with the different subsystems (production, commercial, financial...), and can apply the most appropriate techniques in each case.
Manufacturing systems (6 ECTS)
This subject develops, firstly, the analysis of the main manufacturing technologies. Next, the numerical calculation methods for the determination of the working conditions of the different technologies are presented. Finally, advanced manufacturing processes will be analysed as well as those in technological boom. Welding joining processes will also be studied.