Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering

 
Degree: Bachelor
University: Carlos III University of Madrid , Faculty: Engineering
City: Madrid , Country: Spain
Discipline: Engeneering & Technology
 
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  • Start Date of Studies September
  • Admission deadline July 5th; International students before April 15th
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering is a very up-to-date branch of industry. During the course of studies, an automation and industrial electronics engineer acquires a solid foundation in the basic disciplines of mathematics, physics and informatics, knowledge in several technologies that are common to the different branches of industrial engineering, and specific knowledge of electronics and automation.

    Professional Opportunities for Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering Graduates.

    The professional opportunities for a graduate in Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering are greatly varied. The professional activities for this type of graduate are likewise very numerous; we will cite a few examples: the development of automation projects, domotics, design of electronic devices, instrumentation, laser devices, robotics, etc.

    Studying Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering at Universidad Carlos III of Madrid.

    The study program for the Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering taught at Universidad Carlos III of Madrid is very up-to-date. Most of the professors of this degree frequently work on projects with companies and on research projects. This contact with industry and the vanguard of research makes the course content in the Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering degree highly practical and very up-to-date. In fact, the practical component of the subjects is one of the most highly rated aspects of this degree.

    This degree is oriented towards the following professional profiles:

    * Industrial electronic system and equipment specification, simulation, design, implementation, documentation and tuning
    * Circuit and analog, digital, mixed and power system design
    * Automated system design, installation, maintenance and operation
    * Embedded system design
    * Instrumentation and measurement system design, calibration and operation
    * Control room technicians
    * Machine, process and system automation
    * Computerized industrial system implementation and management
    * Systems integrators
    * Training systems based on simulation systems
    * Automated inspection system development, implementation and maintenance
    * Development, implementation and maintenance of aid systems in production decision-making
    * Integrated system design and implementation
    * Automation engineering
    * Electronic design engineering (Design Houses)
    * Equipment and systems supply companies. Technical support.
    * Teaching

    These professional profiles are achieved in the study program through the adequate selection of elective subjects, which complement the specific education that is common to the degree. There is not a specific grouping of subjects (pathways, blocks of electives, etc.) as the degree is already in itself, sufficiently specific.

 
 
 

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