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 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
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 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  R&D group
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University of Cordoba ( Spain).Computational Instrumentation and Industrial Electronics R&D profile http://www.uco.es/icei/index-ing.htm

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    • 1. UNIVERSITY OF CORDOBA (UCO) Facts&Figures 2015
    • 2. The past and present… The UCO is heir to a century-old historical and cultural legacy and a passion for knowledge, tolerance, and harmony among civilizations. This reflects in the three areas of UCO activities: Food and Agriculture, Science and Technology Humanities and Legal and Social Sciences Health Sciences This balance is also manifested in the quality of its teaching and research, ranking it among the top academic institutions in Spain. The UCO is one of the foremost research institutions in Spain, further consolidated with: ceiA3 (Agrifood Campus of International Excellence)  Rabanales 21 Science and Technology Park IMIBIC Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research. Our university is an international leader in the agrifood field, one of the institution’s main vocations. Also very relevant is the humanities sector, in a city known worldwide for its artistic and monumental heritage. A young, dynamic university, dedicated to research and in constant evolution, the UCO is firmly committed to the problems and needs of the community at large. As a public institution, it connects closely with the society it serves, but is also dedicated to aiding other peoples and countries. The UCO also maintains strong ties with the business sector, while at the same time, structuring much of its own activity around an entrepreneurial vision. Most importantly, it is an institution committed not only to training qualified professionals, but to supporting and encouraging its students to grow as people and as citizens.
    • 3. Facts & Figures Year of establishment • 1972 Management • National and public Number of faculties • 11 Number of Students • 16.694 undergraduate students • 1.245 in Master‘s Programmes: • Doctoral Programmes: 1.384 Administrative Staff • 730 permanent staff • 495 temporary staff Academic Staff • 1.446 permanent staff • 72 visiting and Erasmus STA/STT
    • 4. Campuses and Degrees HUMANITIES AND LEGAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES CAMPUS FACULTY OF LABOUR SCIENCE • Labour Relations • Tourism • Occupational Sciences (2nd cycle) FACULTY OF LAW AND BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES • Law • Business Administration and Management • Double Degree in Law and Business Administration and Management FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY AND LETTERS • Translation and Interpretation • Spanish Language and Literature • English Studies • Art History • History FACULTY OF EDUCATION SCIENCE • Early Childhood Education • Primary Education • Educational Psychology (2nd cycle) HEALTH SCIENCES CAMPUS FACULTY OF MEDICINE • Medicine SCHOOL OF NURSING • Nursing
    • 5. Campuses and Degrees AGRIFOOD, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS (Rabanales and Belmez) FACULTY OF VETERINARY SCIENCE • Veterinary Medicine • Food Science and Technology SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST ENGINEERING (ETSIAM) • Rural and Agrifood Engineering • Forest Engineering • Oenology FACULTY OF SCIENCE • Biology • Chemistry • Environmental Sciences • Physics • Biochemistry • Biochemistry (2nd cycle) SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES OF CORDOBA • Electrical Engineering • Industrial Electronic Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Computer Engineering • Industrial Automatic and Electronic Engineering (2nd cycle) • Computer Engineering (2nd cycle) SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES OF BELMEZ • Civil Engineering • Mining and Energy Resources Engineering
    • 6. Master’s Degrees • Agro-industrial Plants: Projects and Management (60 ECTS) • Industrial Process Control (60 ECTS) • Distributed Renewable Energies (60 ECTS) • Environmental Hydraulics (60 ECTS) • Geomatics, Remote Sensing and Spacial Models applied to Forest Management (60 ECTS) • Wildland Fire Science and Integrative Management (90 ECTS) • Olive Growing and Olive Oil Technology (International Program) (120 ECTS) • Occupational Health and Safety( 60 ECTS) • Plant Breeding, Protection and Improvement (60 ECTS) • Engineering and Architecture Design (60 ECTS) • Intelligent Systems (90/60 ECTS) • Territorial Rural Development (60 ECTS) • Water Technology in Civil Engineering (60 ECTS) Engineering and Architecture
    • 7. Doctoral Programs Archeology Biosciences and Agri-food Sciences (Excellence Award - Spanish Ministry of Education) Biomedicine (Excellence Award - Spanish Ministry of Education) Legal and Business Sciences Rural Development Biogeochemical Flow Dynamics and its Application (Excellence Award - Spanish Ministry of Education) Education
    • 8. Doctoral Programs Engineering and Technology Languages and Cultures Cultural and Natural Heritage Applied Psychology Fine Chemistry (Excellence Award - Spanish Ministry of Education) Natural Resources and Sustainability Electrochemistry, Science and Technology (Excellence Award - Spanish Ministry of Education)
    • 9. International Partnerships ASIA • Sichuan International Studies University , Shandong University, (China), Seoul National University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Corea), Nihou University (Japan)... EUROPE • More than 250 Erasmus bilateral agreements King´s College London; University of Roma, La Sapienza; Queen´s University of Belfast, University of Helsinki, Universitat Dortmund, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, Universiteit Maastricht, Universitá di Bologna, Birmingham City University... NORTH AMERICA • University of California Davis, University of Montreal, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Montana, Seton Hill University, William Jewell College... SOUTH AMERICA • More than 150 bilateral agreememts Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile), Universidad Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) (Brasil), Universidad de Chile (Chile), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) (México), Universidad de los Andes (Colombia), Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) (Mexico), Universidad de Concepción (Chile)...
    • 10. Research UCO Research Centers Maimonides Institute of Biomedical Research (IMIBIC) University Research Institute of Fine Chemistry and Nanochemistry (IQFN) Interuniversity Research Institute of Earth System in Andalusia (IISTA) Interuniversity Research Institute for Bio-energy University Research Institute for Animal Health
    • 11. Research Research Services and Centres associated with the UCO “Rabanales 21” Science and Technology Park Reina Sofia University Hospital University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Andalusian Germplasm Bank Botanical Garden of Córdoba Research Support Central Services Central Services for Experimental Animals Spanish Aerobiology Network Center for Early Childhood Care European Documentation Center
    • 12. Research UCO and Knowledge Transfer Knowledge transfer projects: 7.5 million €/ year European projects under the 7th EC Framework Programme: 5,8 million € Technology-based enterprises: 24 Patent applications: 94 in Spain, 4 in Europe and 4 in other countries Research groups: 199
    • 13. Current projects • Latin America: 2 projects • North and sub-Saharan Africa: 6 projects Cooperation projects (2011) • European R&D projects: 2 projects • Projects under 7th EC Framework Programme: 13 projects • Projects funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness: 44 projects Research projects (EU and MINECO) • Erasmus Mundus - Action 1: 2 projects • Erasmus Mundus - Action 2: 2 projects • Tempus IV: 1 project • Alfa III: 2 projects • Atlantis EU-US: 1 project Academic projects (EU funded)
    • 14. Teaching Areas Objectives Department of Computer Architecture, Electronics and Electronic Technology Computer Architecture and Technology Electronics Electronic Technology  To educate students to the highest possible academic standards, leading to the award of both taught higher degrees and degrees by research.  To prepare graduate students for a career in Engineering.  To provide students with transferable skills in communications, teamwork and ethics.  To support students in attending technical conferences and other organized scientific events. Our Department
    • 15. Research groups Department of Computer Architecture, Electronics and Electronic Technology Advanced Architectures of Computers TIC-139 Engineering Projects, Informatics and Automatic TEP-226 Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation (IEI) TIC-240
    • 16. Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation  The Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation (IEI) group located at the School of Engineering Science, University of Cordoba, is one of the leading R&D groups in Spain in the field of Smart Grids.  The Smart Grid refers to the application of ICT to the electric power sector to improve reliability, reduce cost, increase efficiency, and enable new components and applications. The emergence of Smart Grids together with smart meters, sensors, devices and appliances promises new financial and environmental advantages in the energy market and the overall economy.
    • 17. Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation • Power quality troubleshooting. • Disturbance and susceptibility testing of loads. • Power system design to better serve ICT loads, "Custom Power". • Electromagnetic Interferences (EMI) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Compliance. • Design of fault tolerant industrial systems. • Lighting control (streetlighting and in-building). • Stochastic modelling of energy consumption. R&D capabilities: Quality and efficient use of electricity.
    • 18. Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation • Advanced electrical distribution automation. • Smart Grids. Micro Grids. • Advanced Instrumentation, sensors and signal conditioning. • Large scale grid integration of renewable energy sources. • Communication infraestructures and wireless technologies. • System on Chip. • Smart Metering. Smart Appliances. Smart Lighting. • Demand Response (DR) • Smart Cities and Communities. • Internet of Energy. R&D capabilities: Distributed Energy Resources
    • 19. Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation group activities  Our researchers are actively involved in several standardization committees: IEC, CENELEC, AENOR, CIGRE, CIRED; and  In different IEEE technical Societies:  IEEE Industrial Electronics Society or  IEEE Consumer Electronics Society,  e.g. organising both the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (IEEE ICCE-Berlin 2015) and the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics- Las Vegas 2016 (ICCE-Las Vegas 2016)
    • 20. Field and laboratory equipment Power Quality Monitors Fluke 43B Dranetz PowerGuide 4400 Fluke 434 Instruments, waveform generators Agilent 34405A digital multimeter Agilent Infiniium Oscilloscope 500 MHz Agilent DSO3062A digital oscilloscope Tektronix TPS 2012 digital storage oscilloscope Agilent E4403B ESA-L spectrum analyzers Agilent 33120A function and arbitrary waveform generator Programmable Power sources Agilent E3631A Programmable DC Power Supplies California Instruments 9003IX 9kVA 3PH AC Programmable Power Supply Deneb DNB GVD 01 dip generator Electronic loads Zentro Elektrik EL3000 electronic DC load California Instruments 3091LD 3kVA Programmable AC Load Real Time Rapid Prototyping Development Platform National Instrument Compact RIO real- time embedded industrial controller LabVIEW Graphical Development Platform Analysis Software MatLab/Simulink PSPICE PSIM
    • 21. Funded by the Spanish Government Participants Computational Techniques in Electronic Equipment for frequency Stability electronic sources characterization in environment of confluence with different types of noises. •MCYT DPI2003-00878 •Universidad de Cádiz •Universidad de Córdoba AVANDIS. Advanced infrastructures DA/DSM for efficient management of distribution networks. •PROFIT- 330100-2005-179 •TELVENT •Green Power •AICIA •Medina Garvey •Cia. Eléctrica del Condado •Universidad de Córdoba Research Projects
    • 22. Funded by the Spanish Regional Governments Participants PROTECSOL, Automatic System to Protect of Radiation Excess in Thermal Solar Panels • This project was awarded in the “Transfer” Program • Solar del Valle • Universidad de Córdoba M2M System with GPRS/GPS Modules for Remote Monitoring of Solar Panels • This project was awarded in the “Transfer” Program • Solar del Valle • Universidad de Córdoba Analysis of performance patterns in PV systems for improving energy efficiency and reliability. • This project was awarded in the “Transfer” Program • Solar del Valle • Universidad de Córdoba Research Projects
    • 23. Funded by the Spanish Government Participants Malaga SmartCity. Implementation of a Technology workbench for smart grids. • Program INSIGNIA, CDTI-CICE. • TELVENT Energy • Universidad de Córdoba SEPIC, Embedded Systems for Critical Infrastructure. • TSI-020100-2008-258 Avanza I+D. • TELVENT Energy • Universidad de Granada • Universidad de Sevilla • Universidad de Córdoba Research Projects
    • 24. Funded by Regional Governments Participants GIAP, Intelligent Management of Public Lighting • Corporación Tecnológica de Andalucía. • Valdemar Ingenieros S.L. • Universidad de Córdoba Higher order statistics to characterize power quality events • TEC2009-08988 • Universidad de Cádiz • Universidad de Córdoba Study of the energy situation in the province of Cordoba • Provincial Energy Agency Research Projects
    • 25. Funded by the Spanish Government Participants TASA, Advanced Techniques for Active Systems • TSI-020100-2010-484. MITYC: Acción Estratégica de Telecomunicaciones y Sociedad de la Información (PN2008-2011). • TELVENT Energy • Universidad de Granada • Universidad de Córdoba SIDER, Smart Inverter for Distributed Energy Resources: Security, protection and communications • TEC2010-19242-C03-02. • Universidad de Extremadura • Universidad de Cádiz • Universidad de Córdoba Research Projects
    • 26. Funded by the Spanish Government Participants PV-ONTIME, Intelligent system for production, storage and management of PV on-time • ITC-20131005. Feder-Innterconecta, Co-funded by CDTI, IDEA & CICE Junta de Andalucía. • MAGTEL, Irradia Energía, GreenPower Tech • Universidad de Sevilla • Universidad de Córdoba TIGRIS, Total Integrated GRid Intelligent System • ITC-20131002. Feder-Innterconecta, Co-funded by CDTI, IDEA & CICE Junta de Andalucía. • Telvent, Adevice Sol.,GreenPower Tech,Wellness Tel. Senen, Light Environment Control, Sodinur Cons. • Universidad de Sevilla • Universidad de Córdoba Research Projects
    • 27. Funded by the Spanish Government Participants Smart Community Energy Management System (SCEMS). • TEC-2013-47316-C3 Plan Estatal de Investigación Científica y Técnica y de Innovación 2013-2016 (Proyectos I+D Excelencia)MINECO • Universidad de Cádiz • Universidad de Córdoba • Universidad de Extremadura Project about Energy Efficiency in Lighting "IT2SIP" • attributed by the Public Work Agency of the Andalusian Government (AOPJA), supported by FEDER grants. • Universidad de Córdoba • HABITEC • Valdemar Ing. SL. Research Projects
    • 28. PhD work in progress! • Manuel A. López Rodríguez Energy demand model for domestic sector • Isabel Mª Moreno GarcíaAdvanced Techniques in Smart Power Network Protection • Rafael J. Real CalvoIntegration of Intelligent Electronic Devices in Smart Grid • Miguel J. González Redondo Integration of a Real-Time Communications Model based on IEC 61850 in Electric Distribution Automation
    • 29. Relevant technology solutions developed This research leverages a number of relevant technology solutions developed, including:  Smart wireless street lighting system  A new system for sensing, monitoring and treatment of the information in real time for a pioneer MW grid-connected PV park pilot with storage capability  Stochastic modelling for electricity consumption in the residential sector for Demand Response Application
    • 30. Contact UCO · UNIVERSITY OF CORDOBA A d d r e s s L e o n a r d o d a V i n c i B u i l d i n g C ó r d o b a ( S p a i n ) P h o n e & F a x P h o n e : + 3 4 9 5 7 2 1 8 3 7 3 E m a i l a m o r e n o @ u c o . e s S p a n i s h W e b s i t e h t t p : / / w w w . u c o . e s / i c e i / i n d e x - i n g . h t m

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