Each student completes a final master's project under the supervision of one faculty member participating in the program. The work must be original and unpublished, and based on the program's courses.
The development of a TFM is necessary for the overall understanding of the subjects of the master
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Capacity for continuous improvement, experimentation and innovation.
- Capacity for teamwork and the leadership of Human Resources.
- Ability to solve problems.
- Ability to apply knowledge in practice.
- Critical and analytical capacity in the relevant specialty area.
- Capacity for evaluation, optimization, and comparison of criteria for decision making.
- Communication skills and knowledge transfer in environments of experts and nonexperts.
- Ability to update knowledge autonomously and permanently available to do so.
- Acquisition of scientific knowledge.
- Knowledge of technical, scientific and technological qualification for the learning of new methods and technologies, as well as endowed with the versatility to adapt to new situations.
- Know the tools needed for assessing component selection strategies.
- Understand the operation of control systems.
- Identify the most appropriate solutions in the management of natural resources.
- Appropriately choose and describe the fundamental components of an automation and remote control system.
- Apply the most appropriate methodology for managing water and energy.
- Develop organizational control systems and facilities management.
- Learn the best methods for the development of automation and remote control devices.
- Perform design automation and remote facilities.
- Acquire skills to advise legal, scientific and technical projects of automation and remote.
- Develop new devices for monitoring, data collection, management and process automation.
- Develop improvement plans for resource management systems.
- Acquire skills to write technical documentation projects of automation and remote control.
- Acquire skills for developing data capture and control prototypes for natural resources management.
- Collect adequate and sufficient information to determine the latest advances in automation and remote control in the management of natural resources.
- Develop resource management models from the observation of real data.
- Collect adequate and sufficient information to determine the latest and develop patents on Automation and Telecontrol in natural resource management
- Understand and apply pricing methodologies for the design of electrical systems Automation and Remote Control.
- Know and apply programming methodologies and risk management in the design of automation and remote systems.
- Know and apply methodologies for managing the use of water and energy in irrigation communities to design automation and remote systems.
- Know and apply the methodologies of energy audits for the design of automation and telecontrol systems.
- Know and apply the methodologies in the management of renewable energy facilities for the design of automation and remote systems.
- Develop resource management models from the observation of actual data for the design of automation and remote control.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- Perform a Master's Thesis based on previous courses studied by the student
- Relate prior knowledge in a project of automation and remote control of water and energy resources
- Synthesize knowledge gained to develop an end of Master work
- Acquire a global understanding of the master
- Relate a final Master work with limited exposure time
Methodology and grading
- Evaluation by a court of TFM.
The student presents a TFM of any of the subjects studied during the Masters. He publicly defended in court. The evaluation accounts for 25% to director / s and 75% to a tribunal of three master teachers.