Master in Electronic Systems Engineering (Bilingual)
Electronic systems and their associated components are found in virtually all electronic products, from computers and mobile phones to cars and buildings. The intelligence that microelectronic, nanoelectronic and photonic systems provide forms with a large part of the global economy and its role will increase as future products and services become more digital and more connected. Power electronics endow these systems with competitive advantages by increasing their autonomy, reducing the final load and improving energy efficiency.
The overall objective of the Master in Electronic Systems Engineering is that students acquire advanced scientific and technological knowledge on electronics and related technologies. To achieve this, they will be taught a set of theoretical principles, formal methods, and technological tools that will enable them to develop electronic systems in a professional environment and to embark on research and innovation in this area.
The teaching and research excellence of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid allows the achievement of these two goals, reflected in the international standing of the teaching staff, their full-time dedication and their publications and projects. Industry experts and renowned researchers will also be included, who will participate by conducting seminars, directing internships, theses and collaborative projects.
Specific skills that students will obtain on completing the course are:
- The identification of electronic system blocks, the specifics of their design, possible subsystems that can be used, their integration and final testing.
- The use of tools to assist in electronic system design.
- To be familiar with the trends in different electronic system applications, the underlying technologies, and experiences acquired from real examples.
- The use of measuring instruments and electronics to control different devices with applications in avionics, optics, automotive, communications and renewable energy.
- The ability to select components, technologies and innovative subsystems for use in electronic systems.
After completing the Master, students who have completed 300 ECTS (or equivalent training) may apply for admission to:
Ph.D. Program in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Automation
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Last updated January 22, 2018