Training

Principally using FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) technology

  • FPGA Courses I-II: Training given through theoretical-practical sessions that serve as a base for which participants learn to design on their own medium complexity digital systems through the use of tools in the software VHDL. Pre-Requisites: a basic knowledge of digital electronics.
  • FPGA Course III: Training given through theoretical-practical sessions that serve as a base for which participants learn to design on their own highly complex digital systems through the use of the tools in the software VHDL. Pre-Requisites: FPGA Courses I and II.
  • FPGA Workhops: Booster courses with purely practical sessions in which participants develop sisytems based on FPGAs, for the management and control of MEMS (microeletromechanical systems), telecommunications systems (RF, ZigBee, Bluetooth, GPRS-SMS, GPS, RFID, etc.), data aquisition systems (A-D/D-A), among others. Pre-Requisites: FPGA Course III
  • FPGA Clinics: Specialist courses with theoretical-practical sessions through which participants develop complex systems based on FPGAs, for the implementation of digital filters, space transformers and intelligent/smart(?) systems (neural networks, diffused systems). Pre-Requisites: FPGA Course III.

Talks and conferences: As a form of diffusion of knowledge our specialists offer, by invitation from institutions, discussions about the state of the art of FPGA technology, on themes related to: areas of application, niches and opportunities, and future tendencies.

The content of these courses is eminently practical. They have been developed under the ‘Hands-On-Lab’ system of learning in which course have a technical-practical character, focused clearly on the area of interest.