Students should be able to apply their knowledge and their problem-solving skills in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study.
Students should be able to integrate knowledge and handle complexity, and formulate judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes thoughts about the social and ethical responsibilities related to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
Develop concise, clear and justified documentation, and specify the work to be done for the development, integration and implementation of complex and high added value electronic systems.
Ability to devise, design, implement and maintain an electronic system in a specific application.
Acquire teamwork skills within a multidisciplinary context
Adopt the scientific method as a fundamental working tool in both professional and research environments.
Ability to design electronic systems both at the conceptual level, on the basis of concrete specifications; as system-level, using tools of modeling and simulation; as to level subsystem using, among other, hardware description languages.
Ability to use advanced tools, techniques and methodologies for the design of electronic systems or subsystems.
Ability to design a device, system or application that meets a given specification, using a systematic and multidisciplinary approach, and integrating modules and advanced tools that are specific to the field of Electronic Engineering.
Ability to solve practical problems related to the elements interaction within and outside of an electronic system. It will be considered signal interferences, electromagnetic compatibility and thermal management, during the design stages, pre-manufacturing stage and also when re-design was required.
Students should be able to identify those figures of merit and comparison techniques needed to obtain the best solutions to scientific and technological challenges in the field of Electronic Engineering and its applications.
Ability to apply optimization techniques for the development of electronic circuits and subsystems.
Ability to perform effective searches for information as well as identify the State of the art of a technological problem in the field of electronic systems and their possible application to the development of new systems.
At the end of the subject, the student will achieve:
Ability to model power converters in order to obtain both small-signal and large-signal models. That includes simulation-oriented modeling to get small-signal transfer functions, as well as other types of modeling focus on multi-converters systems simulations.
Ability to apply behavioral modeling on power electronics converters as well as their identification techniques.
Ability to analyze the dynamic interactions between power converters as well as between power converters and loads in power electronics systems.
Ability to analyze the stability of muti-converters systems.
Ability to design the control loop compensator in order to stabilize single power converter and also multi-converters systems.
Ability to use CAD tools to simulate power converters and power systems, as well as to design the control loop compensator.