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Electronics Engineering School


Infraestructure

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School of Electronic Engineering has the infrastructure required to deliver the races of Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Mechatronics Engineering. This infrastructure includes:

  • 3 Computer Labs, equipped with more than 50 computers connected in a local network with Internet access.
  • 2 Core laboratories equipped with power supplies, signal generators, analog and digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, analog and digital educational platforms for teaching electronics, etc.
  • 2 Laboratory for design and development of digital systems, equipped with computers, power supplies, logic analyzers, etc.
  • 1 Laboratory for automatic control systems, with various plants to be controlled, computers, sensors, etc.
  • 1 Laboratory for electrical machines and power electronics, with robotic arms, and basic teaching equipment for testing electric motors and single phase.
  • 1 Laboratory for electrical communications, equipped with spectrum analyzers, signal generators at high frequency, antennas, etc.
  • Research Laboratories:
    • Laboratory for IC Design equipped with computers, software licenses, hardware reconfigurable systems, etc.
    • Research Laboratory Robotics and Automation (LIRA). Mechatronics equipment, computers for development, power systems, etc.
    • Laboratory of Signal and Image Processing (SIP-Lab). Industrial digital cameras, lighting systems specialist, objectives, computers for development, etc.
    • SESLab
    • Nanotechnology. Reactors, deposition equipment, electronic microscopes (SEM, TEM, AFM, tunnel effect) and more.

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