1.- To understand the basic principles behind the measurement of different physical magnitudes and the characterization of electronic and optoelectronic instrumentation systems
2.- To design, document and characterize signal conditioning circuits for electronic and optoelectronic sensors, including the issues associated to noise and interference in instrumentation systems and associated techniques.
3.- To know the different types of electronic and optoelectronic sensors and transducers, their applications, their metrological and instrumental characteristics, and the most used conditioning circuits.
4.- To specify, design and evaluate instrumentation systems, through the study of real and specific examples.
5.- To get the fundamental notions about data acquisition systems, their architectures and the different standards (IEEE, VXI, PXI), as well as use the most common tools in these environments (LabVIEW).
6.- To get basic knowledge about the integration of instrumentation systems in complex environments such as the industrial and aeronautical fields.
7.- To acquire a global vision of the growing instrumentation field in areas such as Medicine, Bioengineering, Aerospace Engineering, smart sensors and sensor networks.