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Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering

2017/2018 · 240 credits

Quality assurance

All UDC centers have a Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS), verified by the Agency to Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) and ANECA in FIDES programs and AUDIT, respectively, and in accordance with the standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. Within IQAS centers integrate all their degrees and masters. IQAS procedures established who and how to follow up and monitoring of the results and the student's learning process in the titration, establishing coordinating bodies and mechanisms, evaluation and continuous improvement of the studies, which are the academic comittee and the quality assurance commision of center.

Learning outcomes

The IQAS establish how UDC centers measure and analyze the learning outcomes. To do the IQAS uses rates and global indicators for assessing the quality of training provided. Included among the results, in addition to the fees included in the title verification reports (efficiency rates, graduation and dropout), assessment rates, success and performance. We compare the results obtained in the title with the center's results for each indicator.

Academic years results

Quality assurance

To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.

The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.

Committees

In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, an academic management committee and a quality assurance committee are appointed for each faculty/school. In addition to, each faculty/school will be able to establish a specific academic management committee of the study.

Graña López, Manuel Ángel
Presidente
Piñón Pazos, Andrés José
Vicepresidente
Fernández Ibáñez, María Isabel
Vicepresidente
Masdias y Bonome, Antonio Enrique
Vicepresidente
López Vázquez, José Antonio
Secretario/a
Chouza Gestoso, Jesús Diego
Vocal PDI
Calvo Rolle, José Luís
Vocal PDI
Insua Cabanas, María Mercedes
Vocal PDI
Couce Casanova, Antonio
Vocal PDI
Calvo Díaz, José Ramón
Vocal PDI
Bouza Fernández, María Sonia
Vocal PDI
Díez Redondo, Francisco Javier
Vocal PDI
Suárez Peñaranda, Vicente
Vocal PDI
López De Ullibarri Galparsoro, Ignacio
Vocal PDI
Alonso Rodríguez, Elia
Vocal PDI
Fontenla Romero, Óscar
Vocal PDI
García Díez, Ana Isabel
Vocal PDI
Moreno Madariaga, Alicia
Vocal PDI
Ferri Anca, Gabriel
Vocal Estudiante
Sánchez Barros, Laura
Vocal Estudiante
Senra Martínez, Juan Fernando
Vocal Estudiante
Sobrino Robelo, Román
Vocal Estudiante
Díaz Seijas, Valentín Manuel
Vocal PAS
Graña López, Manuel Ángel
Presidente
Piñón Pazos, Andrés José
Vicepresidente
Fernández Ibáñez, María Isabel
Vicepresidente
Masdias y Bonome, Antonio Enrique
Vicepresidente
López Vázquez, José Antonio
Secretario/a
Bouza Fernández, María Sonia
Vocal PDI
Ladra González, Marcelino Eulogio Je
Vocal PDI
Sánchez Barros, Laura
Vocal Estudiante
Senra Martínez, Juan Fernando
Vocal Estudiante
Folgar Díaz, José Manuel
Vocal PAS
Chouza Gestoso, Jesús Diego
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Pérez Castelo, Francisco Javier
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Díaz Seijas, Valentín Manuel
Administrador/a del centro

General results

Study data

Credits enrolled Period Value
Credits on 1st enrollment 2015/2016 6,918
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2015/2016 2,184
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2015/2016 1,164
% credits repeated 2015/2016 32.61
Total enrolled credits 2015/2016 10,270
Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2015/2016 197
Men 2015/2016 161
Women 2015/2016 36
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2015/2016 52.11
Evaluation rate 2015/2016 67.62
Success rate 2015/2016 73.64
Performance rate 2015/2016 49.8
VERIFICA rates Period Value
Leaving rate (%) 2012/2013 37.11
Efficiency rate (%) 2015/2016 94.95
Graduation rate (%) 2011/2012 30.77

Centre data

Credits enrolled Period Value
Credits on 1st enrollment 2015/2016 11,140
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2015/2016 3,636
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2015/2016 2,963
% credits repeated 2015/2016 37.21
Total enrolled credits 2015/2016 17,740
Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2015/2016 437
Men 2015/2016 355
Women 2015/2016 82
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2015/2016 40.58
Evaluation rate 2015/2016 68.23
Success rate 2015/2016 77.19
Performance rate 2015/2016 52.67

Study data

Credits enrolled Period Value
Credits on 1st enrollment 2014/2015 6,408
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2014/2015 2,262
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2014/2015 1,080
% credits repeated 2014/2015 34.28
Total enrolled credits 2014/2015 9,750
Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2014/2015 208
Men 2014/2015 170
Women 2014/2015 38
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2014/2015 46.88
Evaluation rate 2014/2015 63.94
Success rate 2014/2015 78.73
Performance rate 2014/2015 50.34
VERIFICA rates Period Value
Leaving rate (%) 2011/2012 41.54
Efficiency rate (%) 2014/2015 88.01
Graduation rate (%) 2010/2011 30

Centre data

Credits enrolled Period Value
Credits on 1st enrollment 2014/2015 11,990
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2014/2015 4,605
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2014/2015 5,851
% credits repeated 2014/2015 46.59
Total enrolled credits 2014/2015 22,440
Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2014/2015 624
Men 2014/2015 494
Women 2014/2015 130
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2014/2015 35.97
Evaluation rate 2014/2015 64.47
Success rate 2014/2015 78.74
Performance rate 2014/2015 50.77

Study data

Credits enrolled Period Value
Credits on 1st enrollment 2013/2014 7,188
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2013/2014 2,124
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2013/2014 528
% credits repeated 2013/2014 26.95
Total enrolled credits 2013/2014 9,840
Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2013/2014 207
Men 2013/2014 166
Women 2013/2014 41
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2013/2014 47.54
Evaluation rate 2013/2014 64.82
Success rate 2013/2014 78.27
Performance rate 2013/2014 50.73
VERIFICA rates Period Value
Leaving rate (%) 2010/2011 27.5
Efficiency rate (%) 2013/2014 82.79
Graduation rate (%) 2009/2010 100

Centre data

Credits enrolled Period Value
Credits on 1st enrollment 2013/2014 15,370
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2013/2014 5,155
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2013/2014 10,400
% credits repeated 2013/2014 50.31
Total enrolled credits 2013/2014 30,920
Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2013/2014 810
Men 2013/2014 651
Women 2013/2014 159
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2013/2014 38.18
Evaluation rate 2013/2014 63.14
Success rate 2013/2014 78.27
Performance rate 2013/2014 49.42

Detailed results

Success Not success Not presented

1st year

Calculus
18
14
33
Computer Science
26
3
14
Physics I
23
11
13
Chemistry
29
4
11
Engineering Drawing
28
11
13
Linear Algebra
12
22
40
Physics II
26
9
14
Statistics
22
6
12
Materials Science
39
13
56
Business Management
18
6
14

2nd year

Differential Equations
21
4
16
Thermodynamics
20
7
14
Fundamentals of Electricity
19
4
9
Environmental Engineering
27
1
6
Manufacturing Processes
30
6
17
Fluid Mechanics
34
11
40
Automatic Control Systems
23
13
24
Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits
13
2
8
Strength of Materials
34
3
23
Theory of Machines
19
4
9

3rd year

Electric Systems
27
3
4
Analog Electronics
29
1
6
Digital Electronics
6
5
12
Automation I
17
9
10
Industrial Computing
11
5
17
Digital Systems I
10
3
19
Electronic Instrumentation I
10
6
20
Control Engineering
12
12
11
Industrial Drawing and CAD
10
0
2
Industrial Mantenience
25
0
3
Renewable Energies
2
0
0
Electric and Industrial Installations
1
0
0
Polymers in Electronics
21
1
1

4th year

Digital Systems II
10
7
4
Technical Office
19
1
0
Power Electronics
11
6
2
Automation II
14
7
3
Industrial Management/Industrial Organisation
11
1
5
Electronic Instrumentation II
1
0
1
Design of Electronic Equipment
11
1
0
Industrial Robotics
13
0
1
Advanced Control
5
0
1
Intelligent Control Systems
4
0
1
Diagnostic and Supervision of systems
6
0
0
Graduation Proyect /Bachelor Thesis
25
0
38

Success Not success Not presented

1st year

Calculus
15
15
26
Computer Science
19
6
22
Physics I
22
11
12
Chemistry
21
5
10
Engineering Drawing
16
17
18
Linear Algebra
17
16
36
Physics II
16
12
16
Statistics
27
7
14
Materials Science
43
15
68
Business Management
17
14
10

2nd year

Differential Equations
24
8
9
Thermodynamics
23
8
14
Fundamentals of Electricity
30
3
8
Environmental Engineering
35
1
10
Manufacturing Processes
44
6
25
Fluid Mechanics
15
14
51
Automatic Control Systems
14
17
22
Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits
22
4
6
Strength of Materials
61
7
32
Theory of Machines
31
2
11

3rd year

Electric Systems
19
3
5
Analog Electronics
12
2
5
Digital Electronics
11
3
6
Automation I
10
6
5
Industrial Computing
23
2
6
Digital Systems I
8
3
8
Electronic Instrumentation I
15
10
10
Control Engineering
15
6
3
Industrial Drawing and CAD
14
0
4
Industrial Mantenience
24
0
3
Renewable Energies
0
0
1
Electric and Industrial Installations
4
0
3
Polymers in Electronics
10
0
2

4th year

Digital Systems II
12
1
8
Technical Office
17
0
0
Power Electronics
16
2
5
Automation II
9
3
4
Industrial Management/Industrial Organisation
21
2
3
Electronic Instrumentation II
2
0
2
Design of Electronic Equipment
7
0
0
Industrial Robotics
13
0
1
Advanced Control
4
0
3
Intelligent Control Systems
8
0
0
Diagnostic and Supervision of systems
10
0
4
Graduation Proyect /Bachelor Thesis
18
0
32

End of grade works

These are the end of grade works that have been read in recent academic years.

Design and calibration of an Arduino based robot

Design of an educational equipment for power electronics

Ethernet camera based on Raspberry PI for the laboratory plant remote visualization

Fault detection algorithm research for SISO systems

Maze type robot algorithm optimization

Microprocessor controller of servomechanisms in a linked system

Project facilities of a warehouse dedicated to bottling, with contribution of renewable energies

Project maintenance of industrial plant dedicated to the production of crankshafts for vehicles

Real movements reproduction from modeled 3D parts

Remote control over the small level laboratory sytem plant

Safety instllations for a supply vessel

Washing machine automation with Internet access

Xbee networks working analysis

Design and construction of three-phase network analyzer device.

Design of a FPGA or Microcontroller-based PID Adaptive PID control system with GUI

Design of a Web controlled alarm

Design of a wireless telemetry network

Design of facilities for aluminium joinery in industrial building

Design of heating and domestic hot water with renewable contribution for detached house

Development of high bandwidth interface between ni c-rio and fpga-based gateway

Digital alarm Clock Implementation using a Digilent Nexys 4 FPGA

Electrical installation for an alluminium workshop

Electrical project renewal and fitness for a current regulations devoted to existing industrial for recycling and transformation of plastics

Implementation of a daq based on arduino for matlab

Integration of several control loops on the miscelaneous control plant in a single scada application

Led rotatory display

Library design for robot control

Scada for weather station control using arduino

Temperature measurement with modulation of audio output

Use of biopolymer nanoparticles as reinforcement of polymeric materials. Application in industry

Workshop facilities machining manufacturing industrial and agricultural machinery

Offer places

Offer available places last year and, for degree studies, you can also check the cut notes of those admitted by PAAU.

academic year 2016/2017
General offer 50