|course code||cycle os studies||academic semester||credits ECTS||teaching language|
Know and understand the main principles of transduction of physical and chemical properties.
Provide the student with the ability to analyze and solve problems involving the use of advanced sensing systems.
Being able to design sensory systems capable of local processing and interconnection capacity with other intelligent systems.
|total of teaching hours||75|
|Laboratory or field work||30 %|
• Fraden, J. (2003) – Handbook of Modern Sensors: Physics, Designs, and Applications, Springer.
• Pallás-Areny, R., Webster, J.(2000) – Sensors and Signal Conditioning, Wiley.
• Frank, R. (2000) – Understanding Smart Sensors, Artech House.
• Beeby, S., Ensell, G., Kraft, M., White, N. (2004) - MEMS Mechanical Sensors, Artech House.
• Wilson, J. (2007) – Sensor Technology Handbook, Newnes.
• Webster, J. (1998) – The Measurement, Instrumentation and Sensors Handbook, CRC.
• Gardner, J. (1994) – Microsensors: Principles and Applications, Wiley.
Theoretical classes with detailed presentation, using audiovisual means, of the concepts, principles and fundamental theories.
Laboratory classes with execution of practical projects.