Oncampus

Oncampus

Ten oncampus courses (morning sessions) taught in English specializing in the following areas:

Voids & Condensers. Updating Heritage Areas (MAD/Spain) WORKSHOP + FIELD TRIP

Cities or villages, being accumulators built of people, are places full of opportunities for intervention. The main objective will be the detection and analysis of these hidden nodes as a complex and multifaceted magma of material and immaterial elements. A view of architecture, not only as building but also looking at flows that activate habitat spaces, public spaces, sociability spaces, exchange spaces, political spaces, everyday life spaces, ambiguity spaces, contradictory spaces or intermediate spaces. All of them are nodes of opportunity from which to operate. The summer workshop entitled Opportunity nodes; alludes to a semantic paradox: the public space as a place of negotiation, spontaneous social representations, tribunes for demonstrations and demands, scenarios that can be reprogrammed according to circumstances, temporary supports for citizens’ movements, urban showcases of contradictory society, accumulators of layers of collective memory.

Dates (Workshop) 06/06 – 17/06
Dates (Field Trip) 30/05- 05/06
Schedule 9:30 – 12:30
Director Ricardo Montoro
Location ETSAM

Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Human Rights

Artificial Intelligence is growing rapidly. There is a need to providing concrete tools for the introduction to ethical analysis.

This course is organized jointly with Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.

Dates 20/06 – 24/06
Schedule 10:00 – 18:00
Director María Celia Fernández
Location ETSIMFMN

Biomedical Technology

Biomed Tech deals with innovation in biomedical technologies especially trends in the development of new devices or solutions that solve specific unmet needs.

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Dates  27/06 – 01/07
Schedule 9:00 – 13:00
Director María Jesús Ledesma
Location ETSIT

GEOTHERMAL ENERGY: driving force behind economic recovery and the transformation of future buildings to promote energy saving by users in the fight against climate change

Geothermal energy is a heat energy situated under the Earth’s surface. It is one of the most efficient renewable energies and can be harnessed anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This course addresses geothermal energy within the strategy of near-zero energy buildings and positive energy districts.

Dates 29/06 – 01/07
Schedule 9:30 – 12:30 & 15:00 – 17:30
Director Juan Antonio de Isabel
Location ETSICCP

Clean Energy

The shift to Clean Energy technologies is urgent in order to limit climate change.Renewable energy sources (solar, wind, biomass,…) will be the core of our energy system, and a number of technological challenges should be addressed to ease the transition.

Dates  04/07, 05/07 & 08/07
Schedule 9:15 – 13:00
Director David Fuertes
Location ETSIT

Cooperative, Connected and Autonomous Driving

Connected and Autonomous Driving technologies involve environment perception and decision making so vehicles could take control of some driving actions. Connected vehicle vehicle technologies allow vehicles to communicate with each other and the world around them in order to obtain a more detailed information.

Dates  06/07 – 08/07
Schedule 9:00 – 13:00
Director Felipe Jiménez Alonso
Location INSIA

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence refers to intelligence that allows machines to emulate intelligent behavior or to do things that, most of the time, people do better. AI technologies have a major impact on our daily activities in business, as individuals, and as a society.

Dates 13/07 – 15/07
Schedule 9:00 – 13:00
Director María Poveda
Location ETSIT

Patchwork City

Cities are made of several pieces from different periods and origins. By using multiple strategies, this workshop explores the concept of circularity as a wide field to find new and unexpected solutions to the development of future cities. In an abstract environment, the students will define a new reality by adapting and modifying already built objects. As architects dealing with preexistences. Concepts such as size, stability, in-between spaces, and drawing and construction techniques will be considered, in a hands-on workshop experience.

Dates 18/07 – 29/07
Schedule 8:30 – 14:30
Director Jesús Ulargui
Location ETSAM

Data Science

Big Data Analytics is concerned with extracting the value potentially hidden in data to support decision-making processes. Challenges include analysis, capture, data curation, search, sharing, storage, transfer, visualization, querying, updating and information privacy.

Dates  18/07, 19/07 & 22/07
Schedule 9:00 – 13:00
Director Ernestina Menasalvas
Location ETSIT

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is about balancing risks and opportunities in the cyberspace, the global interconnection of digital networks. Cybersecurity is designed to protect digital property, personal information, and business transactions from accidents, errors, and deliberate attacks.

Dates  20/07 – 22/07
Schedule 9:00 – 13:00
Director Victor Villagrá
Location ETSIT