Short courses have gained prestige in Education as exceptional opportunities to learn about a specific subject in a short period of time. UCAM short courses program includes a wide range of courses in several fields and help students to acquire new competencies and skills or to enhance the existing skills.
Courses consist of 60 teaching hours over a three week period and are taught using a dual learning method which combines theoretical and practical insights.
UCAM short courses are focused on “just in time” and “just enough” teaching in order to meet student needs and to match the requirements of the labour market in terms of knowledge and skills.
Reasons to Enroll in a Short Course:
• To learn about other fields of study
• To pursue further studies in those fields
• To enhance existing skills and abilities
• To expand career paths
The minimum number of students to offer a course is 10. UCAM reserves the right to cancel the course when the minimum number of students is not reached.
Venue: UCAM Campus (Murcia)
Duration: 3 weeks
Credits: 6 ECTS
Teaching hours: 60 hours
Timetable: 09.30-13.30 (with 30 minutes break and lunch after classes), Mondays to Fridays
3 WEEKS (2-20 July 2018)
Please note that Non-EU students in Spain are not entitled to medical coverage. A private medical insurance is obligatory for entire length of stay.
The courses schedule and professors may be subject to change.
- 1 Professor/tutor for free
- Accommodation (triple or double room upon availability)
- Breakfast and lunch (excluding weekends)
- Card for city bus or tram travel (Murcia city)
- Teaching materials
- UCAM welcome pack
- Murcia city guided tour
- 20 hours teaching per week plus UCAM Course Completion Certificate
- 1 company visit per week
− Get a global vision of the Smart City concept.
− Know the different technologies and standards used by the most representative smart cities nowadays.
− Get useful practice and knowledge about sensor management and intelligence.
− Understand the relationship of energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable urbanism with smart city.
− Get depth knowledge and real practice in Rivas Vaciamadrid two times nominated for the World Smart City Awards.
− Get in contact with some representatives of the international and Spanish Smart City industry and entrepreneurs.
Vice-Dean of the degree of Telecommunications Systems Engineering. He received the M.S. degree in Telecommunications Engineering (2000) at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain and his Ph.D. at the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM), Spain, in the area of Digital Television (2012). Founder of the Energetic Efficiency Demonstrator at UCAM, his area of research are Remote Sensing and Telecommunication Systems. In 2014 he designed a Smart City Master Title together with RECI and Rivas Municipality. Rafael is also responsible of UCAM Eco Racing Team, the student ultra efficient prototype vehicle team of the university.
Dr. José Javier Medina
Telecommunications technical Engineer – Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain (1980). PhD in Political Sciences and Sociology & Graduated on Sociologics Industrial speciality by Pontifical University of Salamanca, Spain (1992). Master ESEM-Commercial Management and Marketing (1985). Eur. Ing by FEANI in París, France. Official positions: CEO of the “Asociación Española de Graduados e Ingenieros de Telecomunicación”. President of the Spanish National Committee of Feani. President of the Ignite. Professional background at the private sector: 25 years as manager
and engineer at > 10 multinational groups as: Mapfre, Izasa, Danfoss, BT España, Alcatel, Ingelsa-Electrolux-Siemens, Esser, Thyssen, Fagor. At the present: Teacher in Telecommunications University Schools at Graduate programs in Universidad Europea de Madrid and Master postgraduates in UCLM and UCAM. Coordinator in AMETIC Group Definition and Digital Indicators Communities for standardization, evaluation and training for new professional Engineering Profiles in Digital Economy and Smart Cities.
Dr. Andrés Muñoz (UCAM)
Senior lecturer in the Technical School at the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM), Spain. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science in 2011 at the University of Murcia. He has published more than 40 scientific papers in international journals and conferences. He participates as editor in the Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments and he has been pointed General Chair of the International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2017.
Dr. Juan Miguel Navarro (UCAM)
He received the telecommunications engineer degree, the M.S. degree in telecommunication technologies, from the Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain, in 2006 and 2008, respectively and the Ph.D. degree in telecommunications from the Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain (2012). Since 2006, he has been an Assistant Professor at the Polytechnic Science Department, Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), Spain. His interests include wireless sensor networks, internet of things, smart cities, room acoustics simulation, 3D spatial audio. In 2009, he was an invited researcher at Acoustic Technology, Technical University of Denmark, in 2012 at the Department of
Media Technology, Aalto University of Finland, and in 2017 at Building Performance Department, Technical University of Eindhoven. His research is focused on signal processing algorithms for audio and acoustics within the topic of Smart Cities and IoT, where he has published more than 30 technical papers in international journals and conferences.
Eng. Carlos Ventura (Rivas Vaciamadrid Municipality)
After receiving his degree in telecommunication engineering he joined in 2000 the Rivas Vaciamadrid City Council where he found the New Technologies Department. Currently, he is the Head of the Telecommunications Department in the Area of Technological Innovation and Entrepreneur Projects. CIO of the Rivas Smart City Project of the Rivas Vaciamadrid Town Hall, he was the President of SC1 Infrastructure of the CTN178 Committee for the Standardization
of Smart Cities in Spain. Also, he is coordinator and founding partner of the Spanish Network of Smart Cities RECI in the working groups of Environment and Infrastructure and Energy.
Other main teaching profiles in the course:
−Eng. Enrique de Miguel. Technological consultant at Telefónica.
− Eng. Pedro Álamo. Key Account Manager of Public Administrations. Huawei Technologies.
− Eng. Juan Celdrán. CEO at Syscomed. Vicepresident of TIMUR and CENTIC.
− Mr. José Martínez. Chief Technology officer Murcia City Council.
− Eng. Ignacio Ballesta. Responsible for Open Data strategy at Murcia Regional Government.
− Eng. Jaime Ruiz. Technical Coordinator at Murcia Municipality Energy Agency.
− Eng. Miguel Miñano. Technical Coordinator of Murcia Smart City Cluster (CITIZEM).
− Eng. Antonio Navarro. CEO at COTA Telecom.
− Eng. José Antonio López. Technology Councilor at Alcantarilla Municipality. Dean of COGITTRM.
− Eng. Miriam Mendoza. Researcher and Assistant Proffesor at Telecommunication Faculty UCAM.
− Eng. Iván Leandro. SECOM Lightning.
− Eng. Miguel David Botía. UCAM PhD student and Engineering Department at Intelkia.
Fees include accommodation in triple room or double room (depend on availability)