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The aim of this course is to introduce the student to the emerging technologies proposed to make Internet sustainable and increase its current capacities. To complete these objectives, the student must acquire the following knowledge: - Understand the limitations of the Internet network layer, in particular IPv4 address scarcity. Know the alternatives to solve these problems: IPv6 and its basic operation principles. - Understand the technical and economic context, and the difficulties in deploying a new technology like IPv6. Identify the actors involved in this process and their motivations. Besides, as the advanced functionalities provided by IPv6 are presented, such as address configuration mechanisms, or support for multiple addresses in the same interface, we will analyze its equivalence for the IPv4 protocol, when appropriate. In this way, the course also deals with advanced topics in IPv4 not addressed in other courses. Regarding to the general abilities, in this course we will work on: - An overview of the complex problem of traffic transportation - Realizing the importance of business models in the deployment of new technologies - A critic attitude about current and developing technologies - The ability to work in teams to design and configure systems, balancing work load in order to face complex problems - The ability to access to technical literature related with the course In relation with the Program Outcomes specified for the degree, this course aims to cover: "a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, statistics, science, telecommunication technologies and engineering e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of tele-communication solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning j) a knowledge of contemporary issues k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice"
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COMPETENCIAS BÁSICA: Capacidad de integrar conocimientos y formular juicios a partir informaciones incompletas o poco precisas. Capacidad de comunicar sus opiniones y juicios y las razones que los sustentas públicos, especializados y no, de un modo claro y sin ambigüedades. Habilidad de estudiar y aprender de modo autodirigido y autónomo RESULTADOS DEL APRENDIZAJE 1.Desarrollar, implantar y mantener un Sistema de Gestión de la Seguridad de la Información (ISMS). 2.Partiendo del plan director de tecnologías de la información de una organización, de su plan general de seguridad (contra riesgos naturales, tecnológicos, etc.) y conociendo sus recursos humanos, tecnológicos, etc., elaborar un plan de seguridad de la información. 3.Construir un plan de continuidad conocido el tiempo máximo de recuperación admisible 4.Elaborar un plan de concienciación y formación en seguridad adaptado a la estructura organizativa de una empresa 5.Elaborar y mantener un sistema de clasificación de la información. 6.Conocer el funcionamiento de los Centros de Operaciones de Seguridad, sus relaciones mutuas y las normas de intercambio de informaciones acerca de incidentes de seguridad 7.Conocer las disposiciones legales de aplicación en materia de ciberseguridad y sus implicaciones en el diseño de sistemas seguros
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Basic competences The students should be able to apply the knowledge obtained through the Master and their problem solving abilities to new situations within multidisciplinar settings related to their fields of interest The students should be able to use their acquired knowledge to make judgements based on incomplete or limited information. These judgements should take into account aspects related to social and ethical responsibility issues The students should be able to communicate their conclusions and the knowledge that supports them to both specialized and general audiences in a clear and unambiguous manner The students should possess the learning skills that would allow them to continue their studies in an autonomous and self directed manner General competences To identify the data analysis techniques that are more suitable for a given problem. To know how to apply them to the analysis, design and solution of these problems To obtain practical and efficient solutions to treat large data sets, both individually and as part of a team To apply data analysis techniques to real large-scale data, including Web data To summarize the conclusions obtained from this analysis and to present it in a clear and convincing manner to a bilingual audience, both orally and in writing To be able to generate new ideas (creativity) and to anticipate new situations, in the context of data analysis and decision making problems Specific competences To identify the opportunities that the data analysis techniques may offer for the improvement of the activities of organizations and companies To use advanced statistical techniques in the treatment of large data sets in areas such as estimation, inference, forecasting or classification, and to apply them in an efficient manner To design systems for data processing, from their collection and initial processing, to their statistical treatment and the presentation of the final results To identify opportunities for the application of machine learning techniques to the solution of real problems To conduct the analysis and design of computer applications based on machine learning techniques To apply advanced data treatment procedures to problems in areas of special relevance to society To use advanced techniques in the treatment of large data sets To make use of distributed platforms for the distribution of content and of techniques for the maintenance of their topology To make decisions for e-learning systems to improve learning processes based on the information extracted from learning applications and systems To understand and use in an efficient manner the architecture of data centers, including their computation systems and their communications Learning results - To be able to apply the techniques presented in the different subjects of the Master program to the analysis of data from a specific problem - To obtain results that can be applied to the improvement of the activities of an organization or company/To be able study in depth advanced data analysis procedures - To be able to present results and conclusions in a clear and effective manner - To make use of all the knowledge and competences acquired throughout the Master program
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Students should acquire the fundamentals of Applied Optics and different skills and abilities in this area. Understanding these basics will allow them in turn to acquire the skills necessary to apply the optical models to simple problems resolution. In particular, those corresponding to wave optics, geometrical optics and quantum optics (light as photons accumulation). At the completion of this topic, students must understand the basic phenomena involved in the interaction of light and matter, their dependence on the wavelength and the properties involved in the generation, transmission and detection of light. Also students must understand the basics of the huge number of applications based on optics and photonics. 3D vision, micro and nano technologies in optics, infrared vision, remote sensing, scientific understanding of global warming,... Finally, after acquiring a well-founded basic knowledge, the students also acquire the ability of understanding and using future developments and further applications arising in the changing world of Photonics.
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GENERIC COMPETENCES AND SKILLS GC1) Knowledge and understanding to provide a basis or opportunity for originality in developing and / or applying ideas, often within a research context GC2) That students can apply their knowledge and ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader contexts (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study GC3) Students should be able to integrate knowledge and handle complexity, and formulate judgments based on information that was incomplete or limited, include reflecting on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments GC4) Students can communicate their conclusions and the knowledge and rationale underpinning to specialists and non- specialists in a clear and unambiguous GC5) That students have the learning skills to allow them to continue studying in a way that will have to be largely self-directed or autonomous GC6) Capacity for the overall leadership and technical direction of research, development and innovation in aviation and space companies and technology centers GC7) Ability to integrate complex aerospace systems and multidisciplinary teams GC8) Ability to analyze and correct the environmental and social impact of technical solutions to any aerospace system GC9) Ability to analyze and solve aerospace problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader contexts and complex GC10) Competence in all areas related to airport technologies, airborne or space which, by their nature, are not exclusive of other branches of engineering GC11) Knowledge, understanding and ability to implement the necessary legislation in the exercise of the profession of Aeronautical Engineering SPECIFIC COMPETENCES AND SKILLS RELATED TO AIR NAVIGATION SC1) Ability to define and design navigation systems and air traffic management , and to design the airspace, aeronautical and maneuvers . SC2) Competence to plan, design , manage and certify procedures , infrastructure and systems that support the aerospace activity, including navigation systems SC3) Adequate knowledge of Avionics and board Software, and Control Simulation and techniques used in air navigation. SC4) Adequate knowledge of wave propagation and the problem of links with Earth Stations. SC5) Ability to design systems and Radar Aids related to Air Navigation. SC6) Adequate knowledge of Information Technology and Communications Aircraft. SC7) Adequate knowledge of the various regulations for navigation and circulation areas and ability to certify the Air Navigation Systems. ADDITIONAL COMPETENCES AND SKILLS RELATED TO AIR NAVIGATION AC1) Basics on optimization. AC2) Different simulation environments related to air navigation. LEARNING THROUGHPUT Upon completion of the course the student should be able to: Understand, define and design the systems and navigation equipment and air traffic management . A better understanding of the different regulations for navigation and circulation areas in order to have the ability to certify elements of air navigation systems. Solve electromagnetic problems and evaluate the design of antennas shipped. Analyze existing systems air traffic control and evaluate future trends. Evaluate the performance of subsystems navigation, guidance and control of the aircraft. Implement advanced techniques for navigation and control of computer-based aircraft.
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CB1 That students have demonstrated knowledge and understanding in a field of study that part of the basis of general secondary education, and is typically at a level which, although it is supported by advanced textbooks, includes some aspects that imply knowledge of the forefront of their field of study CB2 That students can apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and have competences typically demonstrated through devising and sustaining arguments and solving problems within their field of study. CG3 Knowledge of basic materials and technologies that will enable you to learn new methods and technologies and that will equip you with the versatility to adapt to new situations. CG13 understanding and mastery of the basic concepts of linear systems and related functions and transforms, theory of electrical circuits, electronic circuits, physical principles of semiconductors and logic families, electronic and photonic devices, materials technology and its application to solve own engineering problems. ECRT9 Capacity for analysis and design of combinational and sequential circuits, synchronous and asynchronous, and use of microprocessors and integrated circuits. ECRT10 Knowledge and application of the basics of description languages, hardware devices on computers with conventional architectures, sequential, parallel and multiprocessing type.
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This course covers the following topics: 1. The student must be able to design a software system using the C Programming Language containing non-trivial data structures, dynamic memory management, and using engineering techniques to translate a set of given high level constraints, derived from a hypothetical industrial setting, into a robust application. 2. The student must be able to use proficiently the following industry-category tools: a compiler with different options to generate debugging information and to analyze the diagnostics produced while developing the application, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to implement a software system, a version controlled system to handle regular development flows, a cross compiler to create multidevice versions of an application and conduct experiments to verify device compatibility, and profiling tools to analyze memory behavior in a software application. 3. The student must be able to: work effectively in a team to execute a project entailing the design of a software application on a mobile device, generate ideas collaboratively in a team to promote the exchange of information, organize the work in a team to optimize its performance and comply with the project requirements, and divide tasks effectively among the team members. 4. The student must be able to: learn autonomously, manage different information sources, generate and value concise information about the tasks accomplished, manage the time of personal work, and present effectively the results derived from the process. he exchange of information, organize the work in a team to optimize its performance and comply with the project requirements, and divide tasks effectively among the team members.
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The main objectives for this course are to familiarize future engineers with the concept of private companies and their institutional and legal framework, as well as with the essentials of business management. In addition, it will convey the relevant role of engineering and engineers in business management. Specific capabilities: - Understand the concept of a company as a system, its various constituent subsystems and their interrelationships. - Appropriate understanding of the company's institutional and legal framework. - Identify, for each major functional area, its scope and the main approaches and techniques used in this area. - Identify the main business processes, and the need for their cross-functional integration. - Position engineering within the overall business activities, and understand the engineer's role in the management of the companies. - Analize how economic or sustainability constraints restrict viable options for approaching and solving technical challenges Generic capabilities: - Analysis of unstructured situations and decisions, with incomplete and not fully reliable information and multiple, conflicting objectives. - Qualitative reasoning and argumentation. - Written expression of this qualitative reasoning - Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, statistics, economics and other scientific fields to the analysis of business situations. - Ability to communicate with non-technical executives, applying the appropriate vocabulary and structuring tools.
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General competences: Knowledge and management of the basic concepts and techniques in digital television, emphasizing those employed in modern video coding and broadcasting systems. Specific competences: - Knowledge of mathematics and physics related to digital television systems. (PO a) - Knowledge of the fundamentals and standards in video coding. (PO a, c, k) - Knowledge of the MPEG standards at system level as well as their development and evolution. (PO c, i, j) - Knowledge of the essential subsystems in TV distribution and broadcasting. (PO k, j) - Ability of effective communication of information, in speech and in writing. (PO g)
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The students will be able to work out audio engineering projects concerning facilities devoted to audio production and recoding, as well as to analyze and design audio facilities for both fixed and mobile scenarios. The students will acquire knowledge of the systems and techniques for audio transmission through fixed and mobile communication networks, security systems, and digital audio right management.