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Automatic control is everywhere, usually embedded in devices and applications, therefore it is very obvious when a failure occurs. Good design - whether it is the flight control system of an aircraft, the production control system in a tile plant, the stabilisation of a vehicle in adverse conditions or the monitoring system of a robotic surgical assistant, to name a few representative applications - provides operational safety, high dynamic and static performance and, ultimately, an overall benefit from a variety of perspectives: energy savings, sustainable development, reduced pollution, safety, etc.
The implementation of control systems is based on real-time, embedded and miniaturised computer systems, with the current trend towards autonomy and reduced use of resources. The use of robots and handling equipment, not only in the automotive industry but also in many other industries, such as surgery or remote sensing, requires specific training in automation, robotics, computer vision and industrial computing.
The main objective of these Master's studies is to train specialists in these subjects so that they are capable of dealing with the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of automatic systems for the supervision, control, handling and management of production processes in which high performance dynamic behaviour, energy savings, pollution reduction or efficiency and safety are required.
This scientific and technological field, which is continuously evolving and progressing, also needs young researchers to be trained so they are capable of facing the new industrial challenges.
The admission of students to the master's degree is carried out by its Academic Committee and will be based on quality criteria (academic record and thematic suitability)..
Candidates will be ranked as follows:
Department of Systems Engineering and Automation
Horarios y lugar de presentación de TFM
Convocatoria extraordinaria lectura TFM el próximo 28 de noviembre de 2022
Seminarios previstos los días 30 de septiembre y 7 y 14 de octubre de 2022
Horario y distribución por aulas de las presentaciones de TFM en su convocatoria de septiembre de 2022
Horario presentación TFM del día 22 de julio
Instrucción del Vicerrectorado de Estudios, Calidad y Acreditación en relación a las defensas de Trabajo Final de Grado y Trabajo Final Master durante la vigencia del Estado de Alarma.
En el apartado Trabajo Fin de master de la izquierda aparece el calendario completo.
Calendarios presentación septiembre 2018
A impartir en el aula Máster del DISA