Advanced Instrumentation Applications
- Provide the tools to implement complex instrumentation systems for real time and offline data analysis. The student will be able to develop visualization and reporting application based on the instrumentation data sources.
- The course will combine the acquired knowledge form the analogic, digital and microcontroled instrumentation previous courses, combining both to create final applications.
- The student will be introduced to programming languages for the rapid creation of scientific application for instrumentation.
- Decision-making and control examples will be developed to close the application cycle.
Hugo Filipe Silveira Gamboa
Weekly - 5
Total - 56
Analog Instrumentation ; Digital Instrumentation
Measurement and Instrumentation: Theory and Application
by Alan S. Morris Reza; Langari Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd (2011)
Python for Data Analysis Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython
By Wes McKinney; O''''''''''''''''Reilly Media (2012)
Practical Arduino Engineering, by Harold Timmis, APRESS (2011)
The course will be composed of theoretical classes (2 hour) where the program will be presented, and lab time (2 hours) where the student will incrementally implement a complete instrumentation application. Two moments of evaluation in the lab will exist with the final evaluation of the complete project.
Two Tests or final examination (40%)
Final Project (60%)
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