Computational Embedded Systems Engineering

Embedded systems are found in many devices that we normally use for everyday tasks, from the camera found in our smartphone, or the touchpad in our laptop, to the intercom system found inside buildings, or the controller buttons on a photocopier. These systems differ from computers in that they are designed to fulfill very specific functions.

Objective

To develop well qualified bilingual engineers, especially knowledgeable in the areas of physics, mathematics, and computational electronic engineering techniques; thus being properly skilled to create intrinsically integrated innovations in fields such as planning, design and construction of embedded electronic systems, avionics, aerospace, opto-electronic systems, signal amplification and control systems, and industrial processes.

Functional Areas of Development

●    Project engineering
●    Technological service
●    Training and advice
●    Image processing
●    Embedded systems
●    Artificial intelligence
●    Industrial automation
●    Security systems
●    Aeronautics

Profile of Graduates

Engineering graduates from the UPY specializing in Computational Embedded Systems will be well qualified bilingual engineers, especially knowledgeable in the areas of physics, mathematics and computational electronics, who work in the development of Digital Economy, Advanced Population Analysis, Data Science and the Internet of Things.

Curricular Structure

Training Model

Academic Curricula

(Plan 2018)

Propedeutic semester

Propedeutic of total immersion to the English language.

  • Listening Workshop

  • Grammar workshop

  • Reading Workshop

  • Writing Workshop

 

First quarter

  • English I

  • Probability and statistics

  • Linear algebra

  • Basic chemistry

  • Introduction to programming

  • Digital systems

  • Oral and written expression I

 

Second term

  • English II

  • Human development and values

  • Math functions

  • Physical

  • Electricity and magnetism

  • Computer architecture

  • Programming

 

Third semester

  • English III

  • Emotional intelligence and conflict management

  • Diferential calculus

  • Physics for engineering

  • Programation advance

  • Circuit analysis

  • Electronic drawing

Fourth semester

  • English IV

  • Cognitive skills and creativity

  • Integral calculus

  • Advanced Circuit Analysis

  • Smart industry

  • Embedded semiconductors

  • Professional Stay I

 

Fifth quarter

  • English v

  • Professional ethics

  • Engineering Mathematics I

  • Computer-aided design

  • Optoelectronics

  • Amplifiers and Filters

  • Micro controllers

 

Sixth quarter

  • English VI

  • Managerial skills

  • Mathematics for Engineering II

  • Power electronic devices

  • Printed circuit manufacturing processes

  • Instrumentation

  • Advanced microcontrollers

 

Seventh four-month period

  • English VII

  • Leadership of high performance teams

  • Introduction to communication systems

  • Signals and systems

  • Control engineering

  • Digital design

  • Professional Stay II

Eighth term

  • English VIII

  • Data communication

  • Communication interfaces

  • Digital processing technologies

  • Embedded systems programming

  • Computer networks

 

  Ninth semester

  • English IX

  • Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Embedded systems project management

  • Mobile communications

  • Programmable automatons

  • Oral and written expression II

 

Tenth quarter

  • Professional stay