Before beginning a PhD in Electronics in February 2008 @ Centre of Industrial Electronics, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, I spent some time learning a little bit on:

This education made me gain some skills such as:

  • Microelectronics and Digital Systems
    • Hardware experience in digital design with VHDL and Altera/Xilinx FPGAs families
    • Embedded, real-time Systems on Chip
    • Design and implementation of real-time intelligent architectures (Hw-Sw)
    • High performance reconfigurable and adaptive systems
    • Evolutionary Computing targeted for reconfigurable hardware devices
  • Digital Signal Processing
    • Texas Instruments’ Digital Signal Processors
    • Digital signal processing tools: Texas Instruments’ Code Composer Studio, MATLAB, LabVIEW
  • Instrumentation, Test and Measurement
    • Transducers, signal conditioning, automatic test and measurement systems
    • Calibration procedures and expression of the uncertainty of measurement (GUM)
    • GPIB, VXI, RS232, IEEE 1284 buses.
    • LabVIEW and LabWindows/CVI programming
  • Electronic Systems Design.
    • Design and simulation of electronic circuits (ORCAD SPICE)
    • Design for EMC, control systems and power electronics
    • Hardware and Software experience in microprocessors and microcontrollers based systems design, real time systems, multiprocessor systems
  • Programming. C, C++, Visual C++, Python/Scipy
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