The various training activities fall into three different embodiments:
1. Lecture: They students will present the fundamental concepts and contents of the subject. These classes will be complemented by support material (recommended reading) and specific material.
2. Practical classes: They students will be guided in examples, case studies and realizations of what is presented in the lectures.
3. Work in the laboratory. In the laboratory students will work on the one hand, with real instrumentation systems to evaluate them and, secondly, with the software tools most commonly used virtual instrumentation.
4. Work Group. Students form teams, each of which will develop a design work an instrumentation system. They will address various technical aspects (system, analog conditioning, acquisition, integration, processing, hardware and software), documentation (report), self-evaluation and presentation.