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Wireless Sensor networks

August to December 2023

August to December 2022

Universidad de la República (UDELAR)

Type: Undergraduate, Graduate and Continuing Education

 This course introduces the basic operating principles of wireless sensor networks (WSN), the current technology for their implementation, and dives deep into the protocol stack based on IEEE 802.15.4 and 6LoPAN (IETF). The student will learn the main concepts and design challenges of WSN, programming with the Contiki-NG (an operating system for IoT resource-constrained devices), and the main concepts and implementation of a communication stack. 

Responsible: Leonardo Steinfeld

leo@fing.edu.uy

https://github.com/neon-iot/wsn

https://eva.fing.edu.uy/course/view.php?name=rsi  

Communication Technologies for IoT

March to July 2023

March to July 2022

Universidad de la República (UDELAR)

Type: Continuing Education

This course covers the fundamentals of communication technologies of IoT, focusing on current technologies and their implementations and going deeply into LoRaWAN and NB-IoT (including hands-on laboratories). The main topics include: challenges of communication technologies for IoT, main technologies and hardware options available today, main concepts and implementation of a communication stack, and LoRaWAN and NB-IoT details. 

Responsible: Leonardo Steinfeld

leo@fing.edu.uy

 https://github.com/neon-iot/communications

https://eva.fing.edu.uy/course/view.php?name=tiot  

Real Time Embbeded Sysyems

March to July 2023

March to July 2022

Universidad de la República (UDELAR)

Type: Undergraduate, Graduate and Continuing Education

 This course covers the fundamentals of embedded systems and real-time embedded systems. Those encompass concepts related to typical hardware of embedded systems to different software architectures. The student will learn how to design, develop and test embedded systems considering power/energy consumption, timing, and memory constraints. In particular, in the end-of-course project, the student will face a real problem and solve it by implementing an embedded system.

Responsible: Julián Oreggioni

juliano@fing.edu.uy

 https://github.com/neon-iot/embedded

https://eva.fing.edu.uy/course/view.php?id=581

Low Power Digital Design

August to December 2023

August to December 2022

Universidad de la República (UDELAR)

Type: Undergraduate, Graduate and Continuing Education

 This course is about techniques and methodologies used in the design of low-power digital electronic systems. This includes power estimation and measurement techniques. At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand and characterize the consumption of a digital system, apply power reduction techniques, and incorporate the power consumption variable from early stages in new designs. The course is oriented towards digital hardware design, but it also covers embedded systems with microcontrollers.

Responsible: Prof. Juan Pablo Oliver

jpo@fing.edu.uy

https://eva.fing.edu.uy/course/view.php?id=1317 

https://github.com/neon-iot/low-power 

Antennas Design

September 13 to October 27 2023

September 14 to October 28 2022

Universidad de la República (UDELAR)

The objective of this postgraduate course is to offer training in the design of antennas using a professional tool for this such as the “Computer Simulation Technology” (CST) software. This course, which can be done 100% virtual-synchronously via Zoom, aims to provide theoretical and practical training: in the project, design, simulation and optimization of antennas.

Responsible: Dr.-Ing. Benigno Rodríguez Díaz.
Contacto: benigno@fing.edu.uy

https://eva.fing.edu.uy/course/view.php?id=1622

IoT Cellular Technology

This is a postgraduate course to introduce Internet of Things concepts based on cellular communication networks. In particular, we consider the 3GPP Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) standard, as an example case derived from the general 3GPP LTE standard. We pay attention to how LTE energy efficiency and congestion control techniques fit into NB-IoT. In addition, special emphasis is placed on the management of uplink and downlink signals (multiple access, synchronization). The course includes demonstrative laboratories where students will learn to characterize physical layer parameters in order to determine Quality of Service (QoS). These labs include speed and bandwidth tests, coverage level, latency, and power consumption.

 September to December 2021

September to December 2022

Prof. Juan Cousseau

jcousseau@uns.edu.ar

https://github.com/neon-iot/cellulariotsys/tree/main/slides

http://lapsyc.ingelec.uns.edu.ar/People.htm

Workshop for Teachers

September 2 and 9 2022

Graduate Course

Hands on IoT

Course of Design and Applications with IoT Technologies

Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata

August 24  2022

Contact: Prof. Melisa Kuzman ivirtualfi@gmail.com

https://livra.fi.mdp.edu.ar/cursos/hands_on_iot/

IoT Virtual Talks 2021