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Presentació dels màsters de l'EETAC: MASTEAM-MAST-DRONES

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06/06/2018 des de/d' 18:00" (Europe/Madrid / UTC200)
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Building C4, Classroom 021B, EETAC, Campus Castelldefels UPC.
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MASTEAM

The master's degree in Applied Telecommunications and Engineering Management (MASTEAM) offers students a wide range of optional courses and prepares them for research or professional practice as engineers in cutting-edge Information and Communication Technology (ICT) fields. The topics include Smart Cities, Internet of things, 5th generation of mobile communications, sensor networks, optical communications in the cloud, network management, massive data processing (Big Data) and signal processing, software-defined networking and radio (SDR and SDN), smart objects, network security, business models and management in the ICT sector. The master has mobility agreements with more than 30 European universities as well as internship agreements with more than 100 companies in the telecommunications sector.

MAST

The master's Degree in Aerospace Science and Technology (MAST) gives you advanced training in the sciences and technology that are currently most widely used in the fields of aeronautics and space. The Master program includes the study of theoretical and practical groundwork, techniques, methods and processes of current use in aerospace research. The MAST lectures are given by UPC and UAB professors, as well as ESA, CNES and CDTI experts.

DRONES

The master's degree in Applications and Technologies for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones) provides specialised training in the applications of drones, including technical aspects (the selection of platforms and instruments) and legal and economic aspects (applicable regulations and business opportunities).

On this master's degree you will learn:

  • to devise new applications for drones;
  • to choose the most suitable platforms for drones depending on their application;
  • to integrate the equipment needed for a mission, such as sensors and cameras, into the platforms and to develop any other additional components needed for integration; and
  • to turn the applications of drones into feasible and profitable businesses.

You will learn all of the above while working in a company or research group on a project that makes up 75% of the workload of the master's degree.

Graduates of the master's degree will be qualified to join any company that is devoted to developing industrial solutions based on drones.

 

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