We continue to help the UPV Talent. New appointment on May 16 at ETSID.
Intended for students of Degree and Master of Design and students of other degrees with vocation and interest in design.
More information and registration here
The Hyperloop team of the Universitat Politècnica de València will install in Cheste the test track to test their new subsonic train prototype. Once built, it will become the first lane of this type installed in Spain and one of the few in Europe. The team intends to carry out all the tests and validations for the Hyperloop Pod Competition IV.
Hyperloop is an idea of means of transport based on a system of large vacuum tubes, which circulate some capsules capable of transporting passengers and goods with speeds of more than 1,000 km / h. At the end of 2015, the visionary Elon Musk launched the Hyperloop Pod Competition and encouraged students from around the world to participate by proposing ideas. Since then, the competition has held three editions, in which the UPV team has established itself as one of the best in the world.
The first Hyperloop test rail in Spain.
Shortly, work will begin on the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, an area that has a capacity of 120,000 spectators and which hosts different scoring events of the Motorcycling World Championship. The length of the track will oscillate between 100 and 300 meters, which will allow the team to carry out studies on the suspension, navigation and levitation systems. It will be the first Hyperloop test track in our country and one of the few of this type that Europe currently has. The idea is to arrive ready for the competition that will take place in Los Angeles from July 15 to 21, 2019, and be able to fight for the victory.
Sponsor 1 meter of rail
To achieve the test track that presents the best performance, the team has launched a microwdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Thanks to this initiative, everyone can sponsor one meter of the road (or more), and leave their name inscribed in one of the most exciting transportation projects of the future.
Although the team has exceeded the first objective, the campaign is still open until Thursday, April 25, 2019. If you want to help the 40 students who make Hyperloop UPV, do not hesitate.
More information on the website of the Air Force Awards: http://www.ejercitodelaire.mde.es/EA/premiosea/
For reasons of improvement of the facilities and Easter time, the ETSID Library will be closed from April 19 to May 2.
Sorry for the inconveniences.
You can check the schedules of all the UPV Libraries by scanning the QR code of the image or in the following link: http://www.upv.es/entidades/ABDC/infoweb/bg/info/705601normalc.html
The Universitat Politècnica de València participates, representing Spain, in this European project approved in its call 2018 and which will last two years.
The UPV, through the professors of the Drawing Department Chele Esteve and Manuel Martínez Torán, will host the ETSID the Craft Your Future project partners meeting on Thursday 4 April (ref 2018-1-NL01-KA202-038952) , funded by the European Union through the Erasmus + K2 program in which they participate as partners:
- Friesland College
- Learning Hub Friesland Foundation
- Stichting House of Design
- The Fabric Association
- NGPI Tryavna School” (Gabrovo)
- Oceanonaranja (FabLab VLC)
- Universitat Politècnica de València
Craft Your Future is aimed at young students from different backgrounds, from different European countries, encouraging them to learn from each other. It is aimed at teachers of vocational training and universities, with the intention of improving the development of teaching methods and content, with the aim of strengthening the future world of employability of its students. The objective of the project includes the collaboration and the promotion of regional alliances (local authorities, cultural centers, workshops, companies, organizations, etc.), in order to:
– Allow students to get closer, get involved and value more the traditions and heritage of their region.
– Asegurar que los jóvenes tengan el potencial, el conocimiento y las competencias para ser el cambio hacia la sostenibilidad que nuestro mundo necesita.
– Ensure that young people have the potential, knowledge and skills to be the change towards sustainability that our world needs.
– Initiate intercultural conversation and exchange among young people about cultural heritage, technological trends and circular economy.
– Increase the set of learning opportunities for students, in order to develop their skills for their future work life.
– Preserve heritage through the use of culture as a driving force for creative innovation, provide solutions to waste management problems, and take advantage of low-cost technologies to develop innovative ideas.
– Develop the skills of teachers, to enable them to work with their students in “real” cases.
– Strengthen the network of universities and higher education centers, fostering regional cooperation with stakeholders.
– Create bridges between generations. Young people will better understand the older generation, sharing their knowledge and vice versa.
The project takes into account the EU’s key priorities, while being consistent with the needs that partners experience in their daily practice. The project links regions with similar needs, but involves partners with specific experience in the three different themes: The Netherlands (as experts in circular economy), Spain (with experience in digital creation and manufacturing technologies) and Bulgaria (specialized in traditional crafts ). In addition, the aim is to initiate an intercultural dialogue among young people on cultural heritage, trends and new techniques and the circular economy, which specifically require a transnational approach.
Video of the first meeting of October 2018 held in Leeuwarden (NL), in which students from the School of Design Engineering participated: https://vimeo.com/298582414
On April 4, an exhibition of the work developed among students and artisans from the regions of Frisland, Gabrovo and Comunidad Valenciana will also be inaugurated at the Craft Center of the Valencian Community, and on Friday, April 5, the meeting of partners will take place. the facilities of the Center, coinciding within the events that are celebrated by the European Craft Days.
On April 10 and 11, the Employment and Entrepreneurship Forum of the UPV will be held.
You can find more information at:
Forum website: http://www.upv.es/contenidos/SIEFORO/
Downloading the APP: http: //www.upv.es/contenidos/SIEFORO/infoweb/sieforo/info/1030043normalc.html
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The MAHLE Chair announces the best TFM award at a national level in the area of Mechatronics and Automobile Electronics Engineering for the 2018-19 academic year.
More information: http://www.upv.es/contenidos/CNAGARES/
We present some of the latest acquisitions received in the Design Engineering Library. You can check them and make your reservation from POLIBUSCADOR
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The Library offers two online workshops in the ICE offer: “How to search for scientific information for your work” and “Resources for the End of Degree Work”. They are free and validated by credits.
Nazariy Harvat is a graduate in Aerospace Engineering specializing in Air Navigation currently working in Palma de Mallorca, on an airline called Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics. He finished the degree in July of 2017, the month in which he presented his Final Degree Project.
On March 15 he will explain to us at a general level how an airline or commercial operator works, that is, the regulations that it must follow, the structure of it, the functions of the different departments that compose it and the organizations with which it must collaborate to be able to carry out its tasks and achieve its objectives.
Nazariy holds the post of Compliance Control Auditor, which is part of one of the departments of an airline.
It will explain what your work is and what other opportunities exist in a commercial operator (or in an organization that usually works together with the commercial operator) that may be interesting for an aeronautical engineer.
Finally, we will make a brief summary of his professional experience and will expose a series of conclusions that he has derived from it, in the form of advice that may be interesting and useful for someone recently graduated in Aerospace Engineering.
On March 5, the I Info-Day of the EDIBO Project (European Digital Bootcamps) took place at the School of Design Engineering of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). The event was aimed at presenting the project to the university community, the business community and the general public. The event was opened by Ms. Rosa Puchades Pla, Vice-Chancellor of Social Responsibility and Cooperation of the UPV; Mr. Juan A. Monsoriu Serra, Director of the ETS of Design Engineering at the UPV; Mrs. Silvia Terrasa Barrena, Director of the ETS of Computer Engineering of the UPV; and D. Manuel Civera Salvador, Mayor of Llíria. All of them agreed on the importance of developing initiatives that provide solutions to youth unemployment and that, therefore, as highlighted by Ms. Rosa Puchades, are included in the commitments of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Afterwards, the researcher responsible for the EDIBO project, D. Lenin G. Lemus Zúñiga, a researcher at the UPV, gave an overview of the problem in which the project is based on a set of data on youth unemployment in Spain and the business demand of experts in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Then the round table began on the theme “Knowledge and key competences to promote the labor insertion of young people in the ICT sector ” They participated in her D. Josep Enric García, manager of EMT Valencia; Mr. Ernesto del Valle Blanco, director of Human Resources and manager of the Alfatec ICT Training Center; Ms. Marga Aparicio Martínez from the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia; Mrs. Silvia Cuixeres Torres, Head of Purchasing Central Innovative and Sustainable Services of the Diputación de Valencia; Ms. Malak Kubessi Pérez, Head of the Orientation, Training and Employment Section of the UPV; and Ms. Begoña Sáiz Mauleón, researcher of the EDIBO Project and professor at the UPV. Mr. José Manuel Catalá Civera, director of the ITTAC institute of the UPV, moderated the interventions.
The different contributions served to create a moment of shared reflection on the situation of young people at risk of social exclusion. In addition, each speaker presented the initiatives that their institutions or companies were carrying out to improve the employability of the youth sector as well as to respond to the demands of companies in the field of ICTs. A small debate was then generated in the that also attended the event. Among other aspects, the gap between university and business was addressed; and the need to strengthen ICT training to improve both the employability of young people and respond to the need for computerization of companies.
What is EDIBO?
The EDIBO project is sponsored by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment and in which the UPV participates along with institutions from five other European countries: Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Greece and Italy. The UPV group, led by Lenin G. Lemus Zúñiga, consists of 11 researchers from the UPV belonging to the ICT Group vs. Climate Change of the University Institute of Information and Communication Technologies (ITACA). EDIBO is based on an innovative approach , inspired by the Rapid Technology Skills Training of the World Bank. At first, the set of collaborating companies defines their needs in ICT and training programs are developed from them. This training is offered to a group of young people between 25 and 29 years old at risk of social or labor exclusion, who are neither studying nor working. After the training period, the students carry out an internship in one of the collaborating companies, being able to obtain a labor contract at the end. At the end of the 36 months of the project, in 2021, EDIBO will have involved 1050 young Europeans forming them in the ICT sector and reactivating their labor insertion capacities.
Project website: https://digitalbootcamps.eu/
Project explaining video: https://youtu.be/yl7-gEADAZ8
The ETSID welcomes in its hall the exhibition “Engineers + in Design”, that defines itself as “a pretext to talk about design from engineering and give visibility to the role of women in this professional profile”.
The exhibition will remain on 08/03/19 to 12/04/19
Place: Hall HALL ETSID.
HOURS OF ATTENTION TO THE PUBLIC FROM 03/11/2019 TO 03/15/2019 (Secretariat – Sub. Internships in Companies – Sub. RR. Internationals)
MORNING: FROM 11:30 HOURS TO 13:30 HOURS
CLOSED ON 03/18/2019 BY LOCAL FESTIVITY OF THE UPV
Place: ETSID Degrees Hall (Ground Floor, South Wing)
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The Agència Valenciana d’Avaluació i Prospectiva (AVAP) is an independent entity created with the aim of guaranteeing the quality and excellence of the Valencian systems of higher education, innovation and public services, through evaluation and foresight. In its objective to achieve excellence, ETSID will receive the visit of the AVAP from Wednesday, March 6 to Thursday, March 7, 2019, for the evaluation of the Master’s degree in Maintenance Engineering and University Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
More information: SEE THE EVALUATION AGENDA
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Next Thursday, March 7 at 12:30 in the ETSID Assembly Hall, there will be the presentation of the SIKA’s Prontuario Game, to which we recently encouraged you to participate. The presentation will be in charge of Cristina Alía, professor at ETSIDI (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid).
We remind you that the prize includes: € 3000 in cash or a work grant of 3 months depending on availability. In addition, 2 runners-up prizes of € 1000 each will be distributed.
The contest rules are available at the following website: https://esp.sika.com/es/group/News/juego-prontuario-sika.html
Place: ETSID Grade Room
Date: Tuesday, March 5
Time: 11.00 h
Next Tuesday, March 5, the European project EDIBO (European Digital Bootcamps) will be presented at our school. It is a project of social and labor inclusion for people who are, or could be, at risk of exclusion and whose age ranges between 18 and 29 years.
This project is led by a multidisciplinary team of the UPV and this act Students, graduates, companies and university staff are invited.
From the area of Inclusion and Development Cooperation of ETSID we offer all the support to the EDIBO team, and we invite the staff and students of ETSID to take an interest in the project.
We also request dissemination of the event to all those interested in the social commitment within the university framework.
Flyer (PDF): 1ºInfo Day EDIBO UPV (pdf)
The Universitat Politècnica de València will be the only Spanish in the final phase. Of the 300 teams presented from around the world, only about twenty pass the cut.
Turian is the name of the third prototype of the UPV. With this project, the Valencian team hopes finally to achieve victory in this fourth edition
The team of more than forty students of the Universitat Politècnica de València has been classified, again, for the final phase of the Hyperloop Pod Competition IV, organized by the US company SpaceX, a benchmark in the aerospace field. The competition will take place in the city of Los Angeles next July 2019.
One more year, and there are four consecutive years, the UPV will be among the best teams in the world and will be able to present its fully functional prototype before the judges of the competition. Of the 300 aspirants from all over the world who have tried it on this occasion, only a score have managed to qualify for the final round. No other Spanish team has ever managed to overcome these first tests.
And is that these initial phases are tremendously demanding and only two out of 30 proposals pass the cut. It is required to write an extensive document with all the technical details of what will be a posteriori prototype built and defend by videoconference the feasibility of the design.
Hyperloop, the transport of the future
Hyperloop is an idea of means of transport based on a system of large vacuum tubes, which circulate some capsules capable of transporting passengers and goods that reach speeds of more than 1,000 km / h in a completely sustainable way. The goal is to connect the most important cities in the world to make life easier for people.
At the end of 2015, the visionary Elon Musk launched a university competition with his company SpaceX and encouraged students from all over the world to participate in the competition by proposing ideas. Since then, the Hyperloop Pod Competition has held three editions, which have served to develop innovative solutions, as well as recruit the best students.
Hyperloop UPV, from the beginning among the best in the world
The UPV has not missed any of these competitions. In the first edition, held in February 2016, the Valencian project was surprised to win the award for Best Conceptual Design and the Best Propulsion System. A year later, the team partnered with Purdue University (USA) and managed to be in the top 10 with its built prototype, the Atlantic II.
The following design, already totally Valencian, came to lead the competition in the summer of 2018. In fact, he managed to overcome a total of 50 tests and validations before suffering an electrical breakdown that prevented him from continuing. Finally, Valentia repeated his position in the list of winners, among the top 10, ahead of such prestigious universities as Berkeley or Michigan.
Year after year, the requirement of SpaceX and the level of universities increase exponentially. In the opinion of the students who have participated in its editions, Hyperloop is one of the most complicated engineering competitions on the planet. Hyperloop UPV, consolidated as one of the best teams in the world, will finally seek victory in this new edition.
Turian, a prototype to win
The students are now working against the clock to realize their third prototype, which has been baptized as Turian. Hyperloop UPV remains committed to the goal of showing its Valencian origins throughout the world, so the name chosen refers to the river that crosses the city.
The Hyperloop Pod Competition IV will take place in July 2019. It will then be when Turian tries to drive at the maximum speed possible in a nearly 1.5 km vacuum tube, which SpaceX has built in front of its headquarters in Hawthorne, California
Hyperloop UPV has the support of more than 50 companies and institutions that are firmly committed to innovation and university talent. However, the team is convinced that such a large project requires the maximum possible support, so it encourages more companies to get on this train and revolutionize the world of transport.
José Puchau, associate professor of the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering of the Universitat Politècnica de València (DIMM-UPV), professor of the ETSID
in the MUDFIAC master and engineering director of the KAMAX Group in his Museros plant, has been awarded with the Prize for the Best Personal Success Project at the KPI-Award Ceremony gala held at the Mercedes Benz Gallery in Berlin (Germany).
Puchau, responsible for the creation of the Valencia Training Center in 2014, has accumulated 22 years dedicated to the training of professionals – more than 1,500 and more than 50 manuals and 400 operational videos.
KAMAX is a multinational of production of fastening elements and complex cold forming parts with 12 sites around the world. With more than 3,500 employees, its turnover exceeds 750 million euros per year.
The effort of a team “whose main task is production, not training”
Satisfied by the recognition, the associate professor of the UPV has pointed out that the merit is “the effort of a whole team whose main task is production, not training, yet, despite everything, time has been taken, not You know where to do all the training tasks. ”
Formative tasks of relevance that Puchau has led in the KAMAX offices in China, the Czech Republic, the United States and Germany. At the time of awarding the prize, KAMAX has also taken into account the implementation of the DUAL Training, which allows young Valencians to work in the United States, Germany and, as of this year, also in Mexico.
Asynchronous, the team of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) composed of the students Pablo Marino Velasco Pla (Higher Technical School of Industrial Engineers) and José Pablo Ferrer Báguena (Higher Technical School of Design Engineering), and Professor Carlos Roldán Porta (Department of Electronic Engineering), has won the first SIMARIS Design challenge, convened by the multinational Siemens.
The contest, which had as its objective the elaboration of an electrical network project of a facility using Siemens design software, SIMARIS Design, has celebrated its final phase at the company’s headquarters in Spain, located in Tres Cantos, where they have faced the 8 teams that overcame the online qualifying phase, which took place from 10 to 25 November last year.
The final has been sponsored by Ana Campón, financial director of Siemens Spain, and Juan Miguel Pérez de Andrés, general manager of Siemens Energy Management, the division responsible for this design software. Both have coincided in the quality of the work of the students and the philosophy of Siemens to reward the talent of its employees and to seek the best new profiles of the market to join the company.
Trip to the TIP center in Germany
The prize for the winning team is a three-day trip to the Total Integrated Power (TIP) center in Germany. There, they will meet the developers of SIMARIS applications and assist in the use and implementation of Siemens solutions for energy distribution using SIMARIS Design software.
Likewise, Siemens Spain will offer the two winning students the possibility of professional internships in one of the company’s centers. The participating universities have also received a user license for SIMARIS Design in its professional version.
Another UPV team, on the podium
In addition to the winning team, the UPV has had another presence on the podium of the competition, as the jury of the contest has recognized two other finalists, M & A, formed by Alejandro Martín Barreales and Manuel Moreno González, students also of the UPV tutored Carlos Roldán, and Industriales 4, a team made up of Carlos Sánchez Núñez, Javier López Ortiz and Professor Rosa María de Castro Fernández, belonging to the Higher Technical School of Industrial Engineers of Madrid.
The SIMARIS Design Challenge was aimed at undergraduate or master university students who were studying a subject related to electrical installation projects. The teams had to be constituted by two students and by a professor of their university, in representation of the university center in which they were enrolled.
FSUPV Team, the Formula Student team – a course aimed at students from universities around the world that promotes engineering excellence and where students design, build and develop a single-seat – from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), continues its rise unstoppable.
Not in vain, according to the recent update of the world ranking, it already occupies the 12th position, being the third best European team and the only Spanish combustion within the 200 most outstanding internationally.
“These are data that we thought impossible to achieve 5 years ago, when the team started designing their first car,” says Víctor Forner, coordinator of FSUPV, “but with each new prototype, we were discovering that we were capable, year after year, of putting on track, a car getting better and better. ”
In 2019, for the 4 most important tests in Europe
Already the idea is not to stop. Not in vain, this year, FSUPV intends to participate in the four most important competitions in Europe: East, Austria, Germany and Spain. In each of them, “the objective will be to continue advancing, demonstrating that a young team, but well coordinated, is capable of conquering the highest positions”.
This would not have been possible “without the support received from the UPV, which we want to thank, as well as sponsors, family and friends,” he adds.
Formula Student: 120 teams from around the world competing in 8 events with their single-seaters
Formula Student is a competition that puts to the test the capacity of the teams outside the track (attending to the organization, viability plan and design of the prototype) and inside it (measuring fundamental aspects for a single-seater). Currently, more than 120 teams from around the world participate.
In total, Formula Student is composed of eight tests, three of them static (where the car does not go to the track) and the other five, dynamic, that is, in circuit. Each one contributes points to the general classification in function of the evaluation of the judges or the times obtained on the asphalt.
3rd in Michigan, 10th in Hockenheim Ring and 5th in Montmeló
This season, the team will compete with the FSUPV-06, the sixth car in the history of the team, which aims to improve historical results, such as the extraordinary third place achieved in the pioneer and most prestigious circuit of the competition: Michigan.
In addition, during the past summer, the team was tenth in Hockenheim Ring (Germany) and fifth in Montmeló, being crowned in both competitions as the best Spanish team.
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This week we advance you in exclusive a very good news. After the videoconference with the SpaceX judges, we have just learned that the Hyperloop UPV team has once again been selected as a finalist for the Hyperloop Pod Competition IV, which will be held next summer in Los Angeles. With this, our team returns to become the only Spanish team and one of the few Europeans that manages to reach the final phase of the competition one more year.
This news will be made official and will be transferred to the media throughout tomorrow.
The team is fully motivated and ready to complete all the work done to date, trying to take our new prototype, Turian from the screen directly to the tube installed in the SpaceX facilities. Therefore, now more than ever, we will need all your support so that together we can fight to win the competition.
Start the good. We keep working.
A greeting from all the Hyperloop UPV team.
The third edition of this competition is aimed at entrepreneurs and startups that seek to innovate in the construction sector.
The call will be open until April 21 to participants from around the world.
Madrid, February 22, 2019.– CEMEX Ventures announces the launch of the Construction Startup Competition 2019, to identify startups with the ambition to lead the transformation of the construction industry.
Under the slogan Apply. Grow. Make your mark, CEMEX Ventures, the Corporate Risk Capital of CEMEX, presents its third call, open until April 21, 2019. It challenges entrepreneurs and startups to set their brand in the construction ecosystem, to grow and position your solution in the industry. The winners will be evaluated for their relationship with six areas of opportunity ranging from intelligent buildings and cities, to the optimization of supply chain management, through construction with innovative materials and construction methods or optimization of productivity, efficiency and quality in the daily management of the works in work, among others.
Those interested in participating can register through the website of CEMEX Ventures. Once all the proposals have been evaluated, the winning startups will be invited to Monterrey (Mexico) on July 18, where they will present their projects to an audience made up of the world’s leaders in innovation, investment and construction. This will only be the beginning of the offer that the CEMEX venture capital area will offer to the winners. In addition to the springboard to new investors and companies focused on innovation, CEMEX Ventures will work with the startups that best fit their needs.
“We have a large offer for startups that enter our portfolio, in which we commit ourselves to build together a tailor made path to achieve their best results, said Gonzalo Galindo, CEO of CEMEX Ventures. “Beyond pure investment, we offer smart money to understand the needs of the entrepreneur and take advantage of our resources to climb to lead the construction revolution.”
Up to now there are more than four startups that, taken from the previous two CEMEX Ventures competitions, enjoy their offer. Ipsum and Prysmex, finalists of the first competition in 2017, are part of the investment portfolio and continue an eminent process of expansion to new geographies. Some 2018 Construction Startup Competition finalists continue to work closely with CEMEX, opening markets in new countries, piloting their technology and exploring investment possibilities.
CEMEX Ventures was born in 2017 and focuses its activity on helping to solve the main challenges and areas of opportunity that the construction ecosystem has through sustainable solutions. CEMEX Ventures has created an open and collaborative platform to lead the construction industry revolution involving startups, entrepreneurs, universities and other relevant stakeholders to address the most difficult challenges in the industry and shape the value ecosystem of tomorrow.
All the information about the Construction Startup Competition 2019 call in: www.cemexventures.com/construction-startup-competition
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The Agència Valenciana d’Avaluació i Prospectiva (AVAP) is an independent entity created with the aim of guaranteeing the quality and excellence of the Valencian systems of higher education, innovation and public services, through evaluation and foresight. In its objective of achieving excellence, ETSID will receive a visit from AVAP from Thursday, February 28 to Friday, March 1, 2019, for the evaluation of the Master’s degree in Computer-aided Design and Integrated Manufacturing and University Master’s Degree in Design Engineering.
More information: SEE EVALUATION AGENDA
Cobaltopus, is the result of an order from the chef Chema Soler of Restaurante la Gastro (Madrid). The creative team formed by our colleague Chele Esteve, professor of ETSID (UPV), Ricardo Moreno, professor of EASD Valencia, Eugenia Boscá, ceramist and Jose Plà, artist who worked together co-designing and sharing all their experience.
If in China gardens are designed by architects, colors are selected from their palette by painters and by poets, in this case something similar happens. It is an example of participatory or cooperative design where each actor contributes his intimate knowledge. “We met at La Gastro in Madrid, in October of last year and we tasted the octopus tapa, surprising in textures, taste, visual … All the senses were opened to us and from this moment the pencils began to smoke”, point out these creative.
The idea and concept correspond to the designers and research professors; Chele Esteve and Ricardo Moreno, the process of artistic, formal and iconic creation is proposed and realized between Eugenia Boscá, ceramist and artist Jose Plà, who selected the motif that would illustrate the plates and trays and the color, cobalt blue. A color widely used both in ancient Egypt where blue crystals, enamels and cobalt paintings were found in numerous objects, as well as in Persian colar beads (III BC)
This set of 8 different pieces in size and shape, has plates and trays designed exprofeso for the XIV National Contest of Pinchos and Tapas City of Valladolid (2018), unique in Spain with representation of all the autonomous communities. The tapa “Okonomiyaki from octopus to Galician”, is made with octopus as the main raw material in fusion with Japanese products. According to the creators of Cobaltopus: “We wanted to reflect the gastronomic, cultural and marine influences where the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the Sea of Japan congregate with the octopus as the main element. The cobalt blue transports us to trace a journey through the seas that bathe the Iberian peninsula until we reach the Japanese domains erasing the sea leagues that separated us by the blue color in the glaze processes of ceramics “.
To materialize the design, the technique of transfers in plates and trays is used. Made by hand with plates of different shapes that create a visual set that takes us into an oniric universe of flavors. Transferring the image on ceramics is a sophisticated procedure where cobalt oxide must be well impregnated in the ink on the earthenware. This results in a visual effect as a result that is visible in the second firing once the enamel is applied.
If in the words of Marco Tulio Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC): “The pleasure of banquets should be measured not by the abundance of delicacies, but by the gathering of friends and by their conversation”, you could add the importance of the content and the continent, hence the collaborations between cooking, design, crafts and art mariden to obtain complementary results that invite the diner to live the slow culture.
José Puchau Gadea receives the award for the best personal success project in the “KAMAX KPI-Award Ceremony” held on January 25, 2019 at the “Mercedes Benz Gallery” in Berlin.
José Puchau is an associate professor at the UPV and teaches at the Master’s Degree in Design and Integrated Computer-Assisted Manufacturing (MUDFIAC) of ETSID. The aforementioned award has been granted for his global training project in which the creation of the “Training Center” stands out in the production plant that the KAMAX company has in Museros, where José Puchau is the Director of Engineering and has led training projects during the last 22 years.
The awards were presented by KAMAX on 25-01-2019 at the “Mercedes Benz Gallery” in Berlin, which is called in KAMAX “KPI-Award Ceremony”, because it refers to the indicators of the Company.
Once a year, the GMT (General Management Team Meeting) is held, which includes the awards ceremony. The prizes are worldwide, that is, they compete for all the KAMAX Group plants, located in Germany, Spain, China, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, USA and now also in Mexico.
These awards are the following:
- Prize for the best plant.
- Prize for the plant that has most developed during the last year.
- Award to the best personal project of success.
The prize for the best personal project is the one that has been awarded to José Puchau this year. This project deals with training at the global level, especially for production operators. Of course, the creation in 2014 of the Museros Training Center, which has been a key point for the achievement of this award, has influenced this.
It has been very important the data presented, of formations:
- 22 years of training
- More than 1,500 people
- More than 72,000 hours invested
- More than 50 manuals made
- More than 400 operative videos for training.
As José Puchau points out, “In the end this award has been achieved with the work and effort of a whole team, whose main task is to prepare production and not training, but in spite of everything, time has been taken, not He knows where to do all the training tasks, the training I have done in China, Czech Republic, USA and Germany has been very important, although the other key point has been the implementation of the DUAL Training in KAMAX, in which we have Valencian girls working in the USA and Germany with established periods of time, this year will also be sent to the Mexico Plant. “
Information on the possibilities of internships and employment in institutions, agencies and agencies of the European Union. Information here
For Spanish Entrepreneurs with High Social Impact Technology Projects: deadline for receipt of applications, April 8, 2019
More information here
On the occasion of the selective process of Technical Specialists of Library in the UPV, this Friday 22nd, The opening hours of the ETSID Library will be from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
SMURFIT KAPPA presents its “Graduate Program” for undergraduate or Master’s students in the last year, branch CHEMISTRY, ELECTRIC or MECHANICAL
See bases of Circular University Challenge
Internships for students of the Degree in Aerospace and the Master of Aeronautics.
If you want information, about the call, places and deadlines in: http://www.upv.es/contenidos/SIEPRACT/infoweb/siepract/info/1064055normalc.html
We inform you that the registration to the 27th University Congress of Educational Innovation in the Technical Teachings (27 CUIEET) is now available. All the information about it can be found on the congress website: www.27cuieet.es.
We remind you of some important dates to keep in mind for this congress:
- Registration opening: February 8, 2019
- Deadline for sending articles: April 15, 2019
- Notification of Acceptance: May 10, 2019
- Deadline for early registration: May 17, 2019
- Celebration of the Congress: June 17, 18 and 19, 2019
On the other hand, the inscriptions for the different modalities will have the following cost:
- General: € 295 (€ 350 after May 17)
- Companion: € 90 (€ 120 after May 17)
- Student: € 120 (€ 150 after May 17)
We hope that the celebration of this new edition will contribute to maintaining the quality of this university congress, and we encourage you to participate in this 27 CUIEET.
Soon the link to the web of the same that we are building, where you can have more information about it and the links for registration and sending documents.
We are waiting for you in June in Alcoy.
Presentation of Seat job offers:
Next February 21 at 12.30 in the ETSID Assembly Hall
More information about the profiles searched:
Engineers for the development of CNG-I + D Engines project
Graduate Trainee Program https:
We will wait for you!!!!
If you are an undergraduate student, you can make your SICUE application to complete an exchange period at another Spanish university. The deadline ends on March 13 at 11:59 p.m. Do not wait until the last day !!
More information in:
More information and contest rules (PDF): Game of the Record by Sika 2019 Industrial & naval
We encourage you to participate in the draw organized by EF Education First in which you can win a 1-week trip to Malta. The prize includes: flights, accommodation and full board, a week of English classes and creation and project management classes. With departure on Sunday, April 21 and return on Saturday, April 27.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE?
1) Register at www.ef.com/UPVChallenge.
2) Increase your chances of being chosen by uploading a 1 minute video to Youtube explaining your business idea with the hashtag #EFTalentWeekUPV (if you do not upload it, you can also be chosen).
3) Develop your project in Malta with a specialized mentor and build your business plan.
Do not hesitate! You have time until March 11, 2019.
The Inclusion and Development Cooperation Area of ETSID invites the students and faculty of the School to the talk “Immigration and social transversality in the studies of ETSID for awareness and awareness of citizenship”, given by ONG València és Refugi, on Friday, February 15 at 12.00, in the Graduate Hall of the Higher Technical School of Design Engineering (ETSID).
UPV Radio, the official transmitter of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), commemorates today the World Radio Day with the premiere, at 11 am, of Polifacètica , its new program aimed at the university community.
Polifacètica includes several sections, such as “Hui preguntate jo”, where students interview teachers who have marked their university education; “I’ve been talking about the free book,” which allows authors and authors to present their publications; “Naturalment”, in which the environment will be discussed; or “In Form”, section dedicated to university sports results.
Repetition on Thursdays and podcast
Weekly and one hour in length, Polifacètica will be broadcast every Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., live, through the 102.5 FM, with replay on Thursdays starting at 6.30 p.m. In addition, it can also be heard via podcast , at any time.
This new space of UPV Radio was created with the aim of bringing the radio to all sectors of the university community: students, faculty and administration and services personnel. For any suggestion, proposal or interview that you wish to carry out, do not hesitate to contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending us an audio of whatsapp to 673.935.836.
Enrique Ballester Sarrias
Ex-director of the ETSID of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, and honorary president of the Conference of Directors of the Industrial Area
A whole life dedicated to teaching is what defines Enrique Ballester Sarrias. For 32 years, from 1986 to 2018, he has been at the head of the School of Design Engineering of Valencia. Doctor in physical sciences and professor of the ETSID (Department of Systems Engineering and Automation), at the end of last year he left his position as director, after a prolific career, which had begun in 1961, in the company Hidrocivil.
Of all his career as a professor and director of ETSID, what are you most satisfied with?
To start with other colleagues the internships in the company, the international relations and the improvement of the facilities that have allowed to incorporate new teaching methodologies with changes in the academic results of the students. As director, introduce the philosophy of the accreditation of our studies, which has allowed us to have the seals of excellence, EURACE, in our titles, as well as ABET and Pegasus, which, in turn, has contributed to achieve up to six Awards Nationals of the seven that our university received in a year.
What aspects of the University require more urgent solutions?
Change all the legislation that in the Rajoy mandates have blocked the Spanish public university. From the reduction of budget, the limitation of personnel (remember that for every 10 that retired could take a place), the rate increase, the changes of criteria in the allocation of scholarships to the drastic reduction or suppression of investment in research .
Why is innovation so necessary for a country?
We must change education from the first steps, develop teaching models that promote the realization and presentation of prototypes and other works at all levels, especially in the university. We must introduce entrepreneurship and innovation as something substantial in university education, the more our students are able to be entrepreneurs and innovate in their jobs, the better they will be valued and the more wealth will be created in this country.
How do you measure the success of a school in the university?
The success of a center is measured by the quality of its graduates, this quality in the training of students is measured from the accreditation by the ANECA of all the degrees we teach or other international accreditations that we have, the improvement of teaching positions , since we will reach 50 university professors (before we could not have any for being a university school) and what certifies success is due to the quality of our graduates’ work.
“The success of a center is measured by the quality of its graduates, and in the training of students is measured from the accreditation by the ANECA”
|“We have had double and triple degrees, which has favored that we have graduates working all over the world”
To what extent is the internationalization of the school important to you?
In 1987, when Erasmus started in the European Union, we encouraged it in such a way that the following year we had students in France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Portugal. Then we started the Alfa, Tempus projects, which we coordinated from the School of Valencia. A few months ago we published a book that gathered the experiences of teachers, students and PAS [administration and service personnel] from the beginning to the almost 200 that we sent each year, and the 400 that we currently receive. In the 1990s we started having exchanges with the United States. We have had double and even triple degrees, which has favored that we have graduates working all over the world.
During your time as director of ETSID, what steps have you taken in this regard?
In our center, internationalization and business practices and educational innovation are very incorporated, the three pillars in which our study plans are based. There are students who come to Valencia to study for a year, or participate in one of the 1,400 business practices. We have had or have ETSID students from Valencia, the most northerly in Finland, the more east in Japan, the west in the US and Canada, to the south the collaborations with Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Cuba, and with Africa we are developing magnificent collaborative projects for development.
How would you like to be reminded by your students?
As it happens now when you find some who have not seen you for years and who go with your children, and you notice a good tune, comment where they work, highlight some actions that we developed in school and that has served them in their professional lives. I love that they remember me as a friend they could and can access, who has always been willing to listen and support everyone.
Since you began your professional career, have you noticed significant changes among students?
And in the teaching staff? The students arrive with different abilities and abilities different from those they brought years ago; in general, they have more command of other languages, a wider digital culture and many already know other countries and cultures. The teachers of our schools have made great efforts to adapt to the technologies that we use today as support for teaching, as well as their incorporation to research to be able to be accredited to new positions, although I would like to have more teachers who would have practiced their profession as an engineer. in the industrial world, but that activity is valued little for accreditations.
Spanish engineers are well valued abroad. What would you say are your strengths?
In the last 30 years, the implantation of Erasmus opened the possibility that many students (some 3,000 in the school of Valencia) finished their studies in other countries, there they realized that their training overall was as good as that of their classmates from other countries. In most cases they emphasize that their training is of a broader engineer profile; As an example, a mechanic of ours also has knowledge of electricity, automation, economics, all of which makes them easily incorporated into different work environments.
“Students arrive with different abilities, they have more command of other languages and a wider digital culture than before”
|”The teachers of our schools have made great efforts to adapt to the technologies used as support in teaching”
In general, do you consider that university studies are currently adjusted to the real needs of the labor market?
I usually tell the students that in many cases they will be hired for the first part of the name of their title, engineer, and other times for the second part aeronautical, mechanical, electronic, chemical industrial design. The first part is well worked and is very common in different countries, the second part enters into the debate of whether it has to be very specialized or of a wide spectrum. Personally I would leave the new specializations for a postgraduate education.
From 1986 to 2006 he was president of the Conference of Directors of Industrial Technical Engineering Schools and, subsequently, he has held the position of vice president, since 2012. What are the main actions and claims he has carried out?
In May of 1986 I was chosen by the team of Minister Maravall to represent the directors of Industrial Technical Engineering in group V of the University Reform; In the last quarter of 1986, I called all the directors of the university schools (EUITI) to take the proposals of our collective to the working group. I have led the proposals that have allowed to have bachelor’s degrees of four years and 240 credits, belonging to group A1. In the white paper presented at the ANECA, I feel very satisfied that deans of schools and more than 250 professors from 40 public universities participated. Collegiate of Honor of the Colleges of Madrid and Valencia and Insignia de Oro by the Galician IT Industrial Council.
What do these distinctions mean to you? How is your relationship with professional associations?
Personally, it is an honor. It means that the schools that continue the work that we do in school consider you to be one more graduate. In most cases, relations with national deans and presidents have been good; in fact, we count on them in the University Congresses of Educational Innovation in the Technical Teachings (CUIEET) and in the elaboration of the proposals of titles and contents. In the school in which I have been director there are classrooms dedicated to illustrious professors that we have had, and in the Hall of Degrees to a dean and national president, Francisco Garzón.
Following the acknowledgments, how do you remember the moment you received the Cross of the Civil Order of Alfonso X El Sabio, granted by the Minister of Education on behalf of D. Juan Carlos I King of Spain, in December 2010?
A great personal joy, for my family and for my school. The act, in March 2011, was very beautiful. The delegate of the Government came for the imposition, and in the subsequent meal we also celebrated the 25th anniversary of the director. The petition had accessions of secretaries of state, general directors, deans, school directors, companies and alumni.
Have you already thought about your new projects?
I am enjoying more of the family, I am still managing final year projects and final year projects and I am preparing a book about my work in educational innovation.
Somehow all of you have contributed to form, unite and strengthen our family D.R.O.N.E University UPV Team. In the way of strengthening ourselves and as students we have faced a number of challenges that overpass the theory and practice received in class, of course we are talking about facing life and the very tasks of a relatively new activity for all, as it is what we popularly call Flight of DRONES!
We have been successful sometimes making decisions, other times we have not counted on that wisdom that brings experience, however today full of courage, above all of will and firmly believing that we can, we launch ourselves to a new challenge! Next Saturday, February 9, in the facilities of the sports hall of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (our second home) we will have the visit of the racing drones pilot community from all over Spain. Our purpose, among several announcements, is to present to all our calendar of events for the entire 2019 season.
As hosts we want to teach the visiting community that our family is united to form new ties that allow us to continue accumulating experience, so this time, the invitation that we send you attached, is to see that day by streaming. According to the agenda, the live transmission will be in different time zones and is scheduled to start at 9:30 approximately and will end at around 6:00 pm.
Finally we believe that the bonds become strong with concrete actions, our request is to extend the invitation to your relatives, friends, students. And once in the live a word of encouragement always comes in handy.
We will wait for you!
D.R.O.N.E UNIVERSITY UPV TEAM
Do you want to participate in a development cooperation project? Do you want to focus your TFG, TFM or practices to the reality of countries in Africa or Latin America?
As every year, the Center for Development Cooperation (CCD) offers its international mobility scholarships for Latin America, Africa or Asia. Come to the informative talk of the ETSID and participate, it is much easier than it seems.
Place and time of the talk: Classroom S-02 ETSID. Thursday, February 7. 12:00
Remember that we currently have 2 calls available:
– In Meridies, there are places available for all UPV degrees. You can already know the destinations available on our website. The deadline to submit applications ends on February 29.
– In the Cooperation Program, it is the students who must present their proposal, including destination and period of stay. Know the bases of the call. The deadline to submit applications ends on March 5.
Once the period of rectification of errors and resolved the claims in this regard, the final resolution is published with the list of candidates according to the scale for the Erasmus 2019/20 auction.
You have it available detailed in the tab “See information” within your request for AIR and will soon also appear on the ETSID website.
The resolution calls for an informative meeting on news, advice and warnings in relation, above all, to the recognition of studies and the way of proceeding with the proposals of academic agreement, the next Thursday 7, as well as the auction, which will take place next day 14 February, as specified in the resolution.
From January 24 to March 1, 2019
Place: Exhibition Hall of the UPV – Rectorate Building (3A), Ground Floor
Hours: 11.00 – 14.00 h / 17.00 – 20.00 h
Have you ever considered breaking the monotony of classes? Do you know the opportunities offered by the UPV? Would you like to join an active and diverse student community? Here is the perfect opportunity to liven up the trip:
FAIR OF ASSOCIATIONS
Thursday, February 7 from 12:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Place of Events 3P
Thursday February 21 at 12:00 h
Place of Events 4D
Know first-hand what some of the associations of the university do and how to participate in the activities they offer you. Do not miss the opportunity to complement your studies with the experience of doing something different in your journey on campus.
If you want the doors of the UPV not only take you to class, we provide you with the means. Make the decision, get up and make a difference.
For more information:
- AEGEE-Valencia (email@example.com)
- BEST Valencia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- DEBAT UPV (email@example.com)
- R.O.N.E University UPV (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- ESTEEC Valencia (email@example.com)
- FSUPV Team (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Hyperloop UPV (email@example.com)
- IAESTE (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Prometheus UPV (email@example.com)
- SMASH RALLY TEAM UPV (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- VENTURE UPV (email@example.com)
- WattmobileUPV (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- YUDesign UPV (email@example.com)
Researchers and students of the UPV devise and develop a bot to combat overweight and obesity, affecting 54.5% of the Spanish population
[ 29/01/2019 ]
A team of researchers from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), belonging to the BDSLab Group of the ITACA Institute led by Juan Miguel García Gómez, has developed Wakamola, a bot that will help to know the nutritional and physical activity habits of the population with the object of facilitating the treatment of two global health problems such as, at present, obesity and overweight.
Not in vain, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 50% of the European population is overweight, and 20%, obesity. And, despite being the cradle of the Mediterranean diet, in Spain, the situation is similar.
Thus, in the last 30 years, obesity in Spanish adults has gone from affecting 7.4% in 1987, to 17.4% in 2017; while 37.1% of the population of the state suffers from overweight. In total, therefore, more than half of adults (54.5%) are overweight.
Simulates a conversation with the user from which the information is extracted
According to García Gómez, principal investigator of a work carried out within the framework of the European project CrowdHealth, Wakamola is a bot that, through Telegram, simulates a conversation with the user about his diet, physical activity, diseases, age, weight, networks social, etc.
The subsequent analysis of this information will create a network of relationships to study the habits of the population in relation to their diet, physical activity, environment, family network, work and friendships.
An attractive, fun and usable bot baptized and designed by students of the ETSID-UPV
In this sense, Sabina Asensio Cuesta, researcher of the BDSLab Group, points out that a “remarkable aspect of Wakamola is the hard work done to build an attractive, playful and usable character for the users”.
To do this, researchers have developed different scripts and carried out an exhaustive study to choose the most appropriate design for the bot, for which they conducted a survey of 495 people on 52 possible designs proposed by students of the School of Engineering Design (ETSID) of the UPV.
From this survey arose the name, Wakamola, in addition to the character, designed by the students of the ETSID-UPV Mª Dolores Blanco, Ángel Esteban and Marta Lavall.
“The objective,” says Asensio Cuesta, “is for Wakamola to help collect a large amount of data from a population on their nutritional habits, physical activity, body mass index, obesity-related diseases and overweight, etc. At the same time, The bot will allow us to determine the importance of the environment on each user, for example, where he lives and with whom he relates (house, family or friends) .The analysis of the data collected by Wakamola can be very useful when preparing actions to try to solve the serious problem of overweight and obesity that our society faces “.
How does it work?
Vicent Blanes Selva, researcher at BDSLab-ITACA of the UPV and bot developer in collaboration with Taipei Medical University (Shabbir Syed and Yu-Chuan Li) explains that the operation of Wakamola is “very simple.” From Telegram, the user establishes a conversation with the bot, with questions ranging from your age or weight, to the type of food or the times of the week that you exercise, depending on the user’s answers, a score (Wakaestado) is shown between 0 and 100, depending on your nutritional habits and physical activity, diseases, body mass index and Wakaestado scores of your network, the bot also allows you to see the breakdown of Wakaestado corresponding to diet, activity, BMI, diseases and social network “.
On the other hand, for the adequate elaboration of the content and score of Wakamola’s questions about diet, physical activity and personal data (sociodemographic and of diseases), the advice of Ana Frígola, from the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of València, as well as doctors Juan Francisco Merino Torres, Matilde Rubio Almanza, Salvador Tortajada and Ruth Vilar Mateo, all of them from the Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe.
Pilot study in Tavernes de la Valldigna
Wakamola is being used, for the first time, in Tavernes de la Valldigna. Thanks to the collaboration of the town hall of the city, until the end of February, this Valencian town will house the pilot study.
Alberto Conejero researcher of the Wakamola project and member of the IUPAC Institute of the UPV, indicates that the inhabitants of Tavernes de la Valldigna “can participate voluntarily in this work, in the same way that, for years, it has been done to the American population of Framingham with in order to study the risk factors of coronary heart disease. ”
Finally, note that, to know the bot Wakamola and participate in this pilot study, just look at Telegram @WakamolaTavernesBot or access the following link.
Valencia, January 30, 2019. From 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Mainel Foundation. Porta de la Mar Square 6, 8. 46004
⇒SEE CONGRESS PROGRAM
We inform you that the State Platform of Associations of Teachers of Technology (PEAPT), the School of Industrial Engineering and the Center of Teachers (CEP) of Malaga, organize the 1st National Congress of Technology, addressed to the teaching staff of Technology of the State , which will take place next 8 and 9 February in Malaga. Specifically, the Congress will be held in the facilities of the School of Industrial Engineering of Malaga (Architect Francisco Peñalosa, 6).
From our General Council they have always collaborated with this Platform, and have adhered to their demands in support of technological education in Secondary Education, since the subject of Technology is a fundamental pillar in the current education system.
Therefore, our General Council will participate in the aforementioned Congress, with an inaugural conference of our president, Mr. José Antonio Galdón Ruiz, who will also intervene later as a speaker at a round table on “Technology in the Educational System and the Society of the Century XXI “, on Friday, February 8. Later, another round table will be held, “Woman and Technology”, which will feature the intervention of Dª. Ana María Jáuregui Ramírez, vice president of the General Council and dean of the College of Seville, as speaker.
The objectives of the Congress are:
Promote a space for updating, improvement and training of technology teachers.
Encourage the transfer of knowledge with Engineering Schools.
Foster the debate and reflection of the Technology faculty for the improvement of the educational practice.
Disseminate good practices in technology education.
Analyze and evaluate the present and future of technology education.
Analyze, reflect and promote strategies for a greater approach of the students to the technological teachings and the promotion of vocations in these areas.
Due to the importance of the topics to be discussed and the interest that we believe can arouse among the colleagues who are part of the Technology faculty, we send you all the related documentation.
Regarding the inscriptions, the Andalusian teachers can register at the following link:
Application for permission to attend:
The faculty of the rest of the State can register in this link:
More information: http://peapt.blogspot.com/
Thank you for your cooperation.
A student of the Master of Design of ETSID wins the XXIII Industrial Design Competition of the Furniture with Plier Bureau, a reinvention of the traditional secreter
Plier Bureau, the furniture designed and realized by the student of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) Jon Ander Acarregui, has been recognized with the first prize of the 23rd edition of the International Furniture Design Industrial Competition, organized by the Technological Center of the Furniture and Wood of the Region of Murcia (CETEM).
The design of Jon Ander, which has been imposed among the more than 40 projects submitted, from countries such as Mexico, Germany or the United States, in addition to Spain, has received 3,000 euros as a prize and the industrial registration of the project.
Reinvention of the secreter
With Plier Bureau, Acarregui wants to recover the tradition of the secreter, furniture with drawers and a writing board practically in disuse. And he wants to reinvent it with his mind set on young people who want to save space without losing the functionality offered by their storage drawers, in addition to their built-in bookshelf and light.
The qualities of this piece, manufactured by Muebles Orga, make it also attractive for use in hotel rooms or halls.
Regarding the origin of the idea, it was Amparo Jordá Vilaplana, from the Graphic Engineering Department UPV, who encouraged Jon Ander to participate in the contest when he was studying the subject Product Design for Equipment in the Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design and Development of Products that is taught at the Campus of Alcoy UPV. Currently, Jon Ánder Acarregui holds a Master’s Degree in Design Engineering from the UPV.
1. ICIAM 2019 IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY
The ICIAM congresses are not ‘another congress’. In no other congress is it possible to observe the most relevant advances and the most current topics in such a wide variety of aspects related to mathematics and its applications.
With 27 plenary speakers, 5 recipients of the prestigious ICIAM awards and 3 recipients of SIAM awards, the set of ‘distinguished’ conferences given at ICIAM 2019 is extraordinary, but there is much more. With an ‘Industry Day’, especially dedicated to highlighting the innovative potential of mathematics in the industry, and the wide variety of presentations in minisymposium format, oral contribution or poster, it will be difficult to choose what you want to occupy your time during the congress.
With more than 3000 attendees, ICIAM 2019 is the perfect opportunity to establish new contacts, contemplate new potential research lines, broaden job prospects and much more. You will not have another similar opportunity so close to your usual place of work in decades.
Meet and get to know the international community!
2. ICIAM 2019 IS A BET FOR THE FUTURE
That ICIAM 2019 takes place in Valencia is not a coincidence. The strong development of research in mathematics in Spain in recent decades has undoubtedly contributed to achieving this milestone.
The success of ICIAM 2019 and its media coverage will undoubtedly help society to become aware of the effort made in our community to connect mathematics with all kinds of applications.
Your participation in ICIAM 2019 makes this effort visible, contributing to revalue the work of all professionals who use mathematics in their daily activity, both before the international community and in our most direct environment.
Let’s make ICIAM 2019 serve to reinforce and consolidate the image of our community!
Limit days for presentation of:
We will proceed to modify the hours of service in the ETSID (Secretariat, Subd. Practices in Companies and Subdirectorate of International Relations), so that the schedules coincide with the central services, both with the Student Service and International Relations.
Therefore, as of January 14, 2019 the schedule of these three units will be as follows:
From Monday to Friday from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm and Tuesdays from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
The exhibition “3D Printed Speaker Design” shows the project developed by students of the courses 2017 and 2018 in the subject “Workshop of Models and Prototypes” of the Degree in Industrial Design of the UPV. The project directed by Professor Andres Conejero consists in the design and prototyping by 3D printing of a portable bluetooth speaker.
Place: Hall of the ETSID
Date: From December 26 to January 20
Online catalog: https://issuu.com/etsid/docs/3d_printed_speaker_design
Internships Office- ETSID
We inform that the hours of attention during the Christmas period will be as follows:
From 12/26/2018 to 12/28/2019 and from 01/02/2019 to 01/04/2019:
MORNING: From 12:00 Hours to 2:00 PM Hours
On days 24, 25, 31 and 1 the office will be closed.
Responsible teacher Irene de la Torre Fornés, professor of the subject “Color Control for the Product” of the Master in Design Engineering.
The Pro Carton Award for the best young designer has become the most successful European award in the field of packaging design. Last year, more than 400 students from 50 design schools from 21 countries participated in the contest. And a new edition is starting!
The awarding of the works to the Best Young Designers Award will be open until mid-May 2019, that is why everyone gets the creative stacks! This academic year teachers can include the Prize in the school curriculum.
Four opportunities to win
The works can be presented in four categories:
- Packaging and cardboard creative packaging: food and drink. Emphasis is placed on cardboard as the material for more sustainable food and beverage packaging and its recyclability. Give us a great design test!
- Packaging and creative cardboard packaging: this category focuses on the use of more sustainable materials for the manufacture of packaging and packaging not intended for food. Everything is packaged. Look around and get inspired!
- Creative ideas with cardboard: break the molds! We offer you the opportunity to present your ideas for the cardboard outside the market of containers and packaging.
- Save the planet: Every minute a truck throws its load of plastic waste into the ocean. Show us your ideas on how cardboard packaging can replace plastic packaging and help us save the planet !!
Detailed information and rules on the Pro Carton website!
Next Thursday, December 20, at 12:30 in the Assembly Hall of ETSID, we will have the presence of a delegate from MSC Software to offer a talk about the ADAMS / View software, explaining practical and successful cases that may be very interesting. We attach you informative flyer.
It is reported that on December 24, 25.31, and January 1, the secretary of the school will remain closed.
And during the periods from 12/26/2018 to 12/28/2019 and from 01/02/2019 to 01/04/2019, your schedule will be:
MORNING: From 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Hours
Chat Friday, December 14 10:45 h to 11:30 h ETSID Degrees Room
The title of the talk: Industrial and academic Exchange opportunities in Japan. Mie University and the Vulcanus Program
Speaker: Professor Junji Hirai, professor at the University of Mie in Japan.
Directed to the students of Mechatronics Master
It is reminded of all the groups, PDI, PAS and Alumnado, that today Tuesday, 11/12/2018 from 9:00h, until 12:00h on Wednesdays 12/12/2018, the online voting period will be open For election to Director of the ETSID, said vote will be made from your personal intranet.
The President of COGITI, Mr. Jose Antonio Galdón Ruiz, will give a lecture next Thursday, December 13, at 12:30 in the ETSID Assembly Hall.
The conference will touch on interesting topics such as:
- Engineering in Spain after Bologna
- The profession of Engineer in the world
- Access to the profession of engineer
- European trend
- Professional outputs (Attributions)
- among others…
The ETSID Library will open during the two Christmas shifts (from 12/26 to 12/28 and from 2/01 to 4/01) from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Click here to see library schedule
SAFEman, the advanced system to improve the protection of firefighters and their communication with emergency centers before a forest fire created by Jorge Sancho Muñoz, student of the Degree in Aerospace Engineering at the School of Design Engineering of the Polytechnic University of València (ETSID-UPV), has been proclaimed winner of the Comunidad Valenciana Challenge of the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC). It is also the second time that, consecutively, Jorge Sancho achieves the victory in the aforementioned contest. In addition, it should be noted that SAFEman has been chosen by the European GNSS Agency as one of the ten best projects of this year.
A bracelet and a system integrated in the helmet
SAFEman is made up of two devices: a small bracelet (similar to those usually used for sports) that is responsible for monitoring the firefighter, and an integrated system in the fireman’s helmet that includes all electronic elements, antennas, etc. , in addition to some signal lights for, in case of poor visibility, to be located more quickly. In case of forest fire, SAFEman allows to have located in real time – through GALILEO, the European GPS – to all the members of the fire brigade, so that you can see if the fire is enclosing them and, in such case , trace the most optimal escape route. In addition, the wristband allows the firefighter to send an emergency signal to the control center, or if it detects that the firefighter is on the ground and does not move, or has the pulse too high or too low, directly, an emergency signal is triggered for your evacuation.
Continuous monitoring at a relatively low cost
“The system,” explains Jorge Sancho, “allows continuous monitoring of emergency equipment at a relatively low cost and individually, instead of having just located a point, which would be the entire brigade.” In addition, a communications network is formed between the fire brigade to get the signal to the control center. “In case this is not possible, for example, in a very closed valley, you can use my idea from last year, Stratolloon, as a high altitude repeater to get the signal,” says Sancho.
Stratolloon, his previous success
David Argilés, managing director of the Valencian Space Consortium and coordinator of the contest in the Valencian Community, affirms that, with his triumph of this year, “Jorge Sancho has become the first person to win two consecutive editions, which is worth mentioning taking into account the high quality of the proposals we receive. ” In 2017, his Stratolloon project was also selected as the best in the whole Valencian Community and chosen among the ten best in Europe. Stratolloon is the first system in the world that guarantees the controlled landing of payloads from the ground to the stratosphere and vice versa. In addition, it also incorporates a monitoring application that remains active throughout the flight. “Likewise,” adds Sancho, “in the future, Stratolloon will serve as a communication platform for exceptional situations, so that it will avoid having to locate base stations on land, which SAFEman could benefit from”.
X European Satellite Navigation Competition
The European Satellite Navigation Competition, which celebrates its tenth edition this year, rewards the best services, products and innovations that use satellite navigation in everyday life. Its long-term objective is to strengthen Europe’s competitiveness with high-tech space solutions on a global scale. The coordination of the European Satellite Navigation Competition in the Valencian Community is carried out from the Valencian Space Consortium, in collaboration with the five scientific parks of the same: Espaitec – Parc Científic, Tecnològic i Empresarial (Universitat Jaume I de Castelló), Polytechnic City of Innovation (UPV), Parc Científic (Universitat de València), Scientific – Business Park (Miguel Hernández University of Elche) and Alicante Science Park (Universitat d’Alacant).
Technical Presentation “FINSA Wood Solutions”
He gives: Mr. Enrique Galán Bernardino, commercial and prescription technician
Directed to students of Engineering in Industrial Design and Product Development
12-11-2018. 8:30 hours
A team of Makers UPV, the student community of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) that transcends the merely academic field, has achieved victory in one of the 11 categories of Junction, the largest hackaton in Europe, held at the University of Aalto (Espoo, Finland), in which they have also achieved the 4th place in the general classification. The team, integrated by Jaime Laborda Macario and Iván Torres Játiva, both students of electronic engineering; Enrique Miralles Dolz, of nuclear fusion engineering; Joaquín Montesinos Muñoz, of telecommunications engineering; and Matías Fernández Patón, of biomedical engineering; has been imposed in the Future Cities category with GuideMe, pocketing a cash prize of 1,000 euros. In the hackaton, carried out in collaboration with the Movesense platform, more than 1,400 developers from around 100 from different countries have participated, who have had to face the challenges posed by fifty prestigious companies of Facebook, Daimler, Supercell, Nokia or Intel.
GuideMe, the definitive solution to improve mobility for the elderly and people with disabilities in a connected city
To achieve its success, Jaime, Iván, Enrique, Joaquín and Matías developed GuideMe, a comprehensive solution for the exterior orientation of the elderly or disabled in a connected city, through a fully functional cane that provides clear and concise directions to move between different points of the city, improving their quality of life. The system, which in turn allows the instant sending of information to avoid slopes or sidewalks in poor condition, or know the real state of the traffic lights, is open to implementation in public places such as hospitals or train stations, in addition to facilitating emergency interventions.
Development of proof of concept prototype
In the words of the award-winning team, they have developed “a proof-of-concept prototype to test and demonstrate the technology.” The walking stick concept test consists primarily of an intelligent handle with some electronic components, such as an LED array with a compass. digital (MicroBit) and a WiFi node to transmit all the information between the GuideMe smart stick and the web application server and the GUI. ” In turn, “the electronics of the handle consists of a MicroBit board with a 5×5 LED array and a digital compass connected to an ESP8266 WiFi microcontroller that acts as an IoT node to transmit information to and from the server. It is integrated in a handle printed in 3D as a box with the stick.The MicroBit board is programmed using MicroPython, an efficient implementation of the Python 3 programming language optimized to run on microcontrollers.Wemos ESP8266 is programmed using Arduino IDE, a creation platform of open-source electronic prototypes that allows users to create interactive electronic objects. ” “In addition,” they add, “we have also developed a graphical user interface for demonstration purposes that indicates in real time the location of the older person holding the club, which could be used by adults to know the location of their relatives. The web application is updated with every movement that the elderly person makes and is able to optimize the best way to reach the objective location “. “For the web application, the backend API is developed entirely using PHP and is combined with HTML, CSS, JS, JQuery and AJAX for the interface”, the winners conclude.
On December 3, the IVACE Foreign 2019 Scholarships have been published in the DOGV, aimed at people with university degrees. Registration deadline January 18, 2019
This is the link to the publication of the “Diari Oficial de la Comunitat Valenciana”:
You can check the winners and finalists of the contest here ⬇️
V Edición Concurso Emprendedor Universitario “StartUPV 2K18”
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The duration of the internships is 12 months and has a remuneration of € 800 per month.
All members of the ETSID (PDI, PAS and students), who have started the electoral acts, are informed of the School Director.
Voting can be done telematically, accessing the intranet, from 9am on Tuesday 11/12/2018 until 12pm on Wednesday 12/12/2018.
Tutorial how to vote.
Last weekend was held in Seville the V national contest of scientific technical tunas.
There was our Tuna of Industrial Technical Engineers and returned with the following awards:
First prize for the Best Tuna.
Award for the best flag dance.
Award for the best Parade.
Click here to watch video.
Practices of solidarity
The UPV launches its program of solidarity practices, through the Center for Development Cooperation (CCD) and the Integrated Employment Service (SIE) thanks to the collaboration between the Vice-Rectorships for Social Responsibility and Cooperation and the Employment and Entrepreneurship.
Solidarity practices are those practices developed in national territory that are carried out in non-profit entities or social and solidarity economy companies whose statutes reflect certain social values.
More information: http://www.upv.es/contenidos/SIEPRACT/infoweb/siepract/info/991291normalc.html
The platform to register for the 2019 edition of the Technovation Challenge is now open!
“Technovation, is the flagship program of the non-profit company Iridescent, is the largest business technology competition program for girls in the world. The program offers girls from all over the world the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to become entrepreneurs and technology leaders. Each year, Technovation challenges girls aged 10 to 18 to build a business plan and a mobile application (App) to address a social problem. In 2018, about 20,000 registered girls from more than 115 countries. ”
After the success that our Valencian Community has had in its first year of participation in the Technovation Challenge [with more than 450 participants and leading Spain for the first time to the final in Silicon Valley (only one team can arrive for each of the categories and by continent, and there have been our Junior and Senior teams, bringing the Junior team the silver medal), I am writing to invite you to participate in this program as mentors or volunteers.
The Director of the American Space VLC, Debra Westall, will offer an informative talk on Thursday, November 29 at 12:30 in the ETSID Assembly Hall.
We hope to have your presence!
The Pro Carton Award for the best young designer has become the most successful European award in the field of packaging design. Last year, more than 400 students from 50 design schools from 21 countries participated in the contest. And a new edition is starting!
The awarding of the works to the Best Young Designers Award will be open until mid-May 2019, that is why everyone gets the creative stacks! This academic year teachers can include the Prize in the school curriculum. Four opportunities to win The works can be presented in four categories: Packaging and cardboard creative packaging: food and drink. Emphasis is placed on cardboard as the material for more sustainable food and beverage packaging and its recyclability. Give us a great design test! Packaging and creative cardboard packaging: this category focuses on the use of more sustainable materials for the manufacture of packaging and packaging not intended for food. Everything is packaged. Look around and get inspired! Creative ideas with cardboard: break the molds! We offer you the opportunity to present your ideas for the cardboard outside the market of containers and packaging. Save the planet: Every minute a truck throws its load of plastic waste into the ocean. Show us your ideas on how cardboard packaging can replace plastic packaging and help us save the planet !! Detailed information and rules on the Pro Carton website!
Interconnection with industry
The winners of the 4 categories plus the 6 finalists will be invited, along with their teachers, to the Gala Dinner of the Awards that next year will be held in Malta. The prize for the winners of the 4 categories consists of a visit to the Stora Enso factory and a practical training at AR Packaging in Sweden. Of course, with all the expenses paid! All finalists will receive framed certificates.
Participate in the prize!
To inspire you, check out the winners, finalists and preselected Pro Carton Award Young Designers and watch the videos to get an idea of the Awards Gala. We will gladly support you with Publications on cardboard and cartonboard packaging and, above all, with the delivery of free cartons for your design work. We want to provide a practical first-hand experience to the students! It is also possible to arrange visits of Pro Carton members to your school or university and hold seminars on the many options offered by cartonboard and carton packs (design, technology, production, marketing …).
Request the respective order form on the Pro Carton website.
To let us know what you need, do not hesitate to contact us: Suzanne McEwen, Pro Carton Marketing Advisor
Juan Roberto Robles and Víctor Callejas, members of Makers UPV, the student community of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) that transcends the purely academic field, have overcome the local phase of Space App Challenge, the international hackathon that NASA convenes annually for developers, designers, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs or students, who are invited to try to solve one or several proposed challenges.
Space App Valencia took place from October 19 to 21, simultaneously with its completion in more than 200 cities around the world. It was attended by 60 participants divided into 6 teams, of which only 2 have achieved access to the final phase of the Space App Challenge, where they will compete with the rest of the projects nominated globally.
Callejas, student of the Degree in Computer Engineering (ETSINF-UPV), and Robles, student of the Degree in Aerospace Engineering (ETSID-UPV), form the Space Odyssey team, which finished in second place the aforementioned local phase with Hal 9000, an assistant spatial design with self-scalable architecture that notifies and informs about new releases, besides helping to solve doubts about space and even create works of art.
They aspire to repeat the successes of Space Helmet and Mars UPV
Thus, Space Odyssey, also awarded in the local phase with the Best Concept Mission award, aims to repeat the successes achieved by students of the UPV in 2016, when Mars UPV reached the top 5 of the international contest, or in 2014, year in which Space Helmet was proclaimed absolute winner of the Space Apps Challenge in the Public Decision category.
Now, it will be necessary to wait until the beginning of December, date in which the 30 finalist projects will be announced and, in case of reaching this milestone, in mid-January 2019, which will be when the jury of the contest makes the winning projects public. . Good luck!
Next Friday, November 23, the ETSID Library will be closed in the afternoon.
It will only be open in the morning, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
A massive open online course of the UPV, “Basic Spanish: One more step”, among the 50 best in the world
The massive open online course (MOOC) "Basic Spanish: One more step", taught by the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV),
has become one of the 50 best in the world.
This is what we recognize in the Central Class ranking, the world's leading reference in this type of analysis and in its prestigious
classification through objective evaluation criteria.
Only Spanish course present in the ranking
In addition, it is a unique Spanish course included in the ranking, for which more than 10,000 MOOCs have been analyzed around 800 universities
around the world. Therefore, it is the best valued course of all those offered in the set of Spanish universities.
Prepared by professors Ana Gimeno and Cristina Navarro, the course is designed for English speakers, offers a wide variety of content, from practical
exercises, videos, small and audio texts to improve pronunciation, to glossaries, practical activities and questionnaires.
Likewise, it also includes grammar cards and recommendations on external Internet resources to continue learning the language.
The UPV, international reference in the field.
The success of "Basic Spanish: a step beyond" is a further recognition of the extraordinary work that the UPV has been doing for a long time in the field
of MOOCs. In fact, the institution led by Francisco Mora was one of the principles of this year, the first person who speaks Spanish to surpass one million
enrollments in edX, the mass open online courses platform promoted by Harvard University and the Massachusets Institute of Technology (MIT).
From the Royal University of Bhutan, we are visited by Professor Roshan Chhetri, of the College of Science and Technology, who is also a member
of The National Standards Body of Bhutan, so from the International Relations Subdirectorate of ETSID we have invited him to offer a presentation on
Renewable Energy: the main source of energy in Bhutan.
Professor Chhetri is in the UPV for the signing of an exchange agreement with his university, so it can become a destination within the PROMOE program
for the students of our campuses. The talk will take place on Thursday, November 22, at 12:30, in the Hall of Degrees of the ETSID (ground floor,
We look forward to your participation!
The Subdirectorate of International Relations
On Thursday, November 29 at 12:30 pm in the ETSID Degree Hall, there will be a talk and exhibition of the COSENTINO International
In the dropdown menu of the ETSID menu, the section “ETSID Logos” has been added. There you can download the official logos of the school in various formats so that you incorporate them into your academic documents.
You can also click here to see the ETSID Logos
The call for ONCE CRUE – UPV Foundation Practices Scholarships , 2018 – 2019.
The registration period ends on 11/27/2018
More information at: http://www.upv.es/contenidos/SIEPRACT/noticia_976784c.html
In the “Internships” section of the menu, the “List of Internship Companies for ETSID students” tab has been updated.
In this page you will find the list of companies in which the students of the ETSID carried out internships during the past year 2017, ordered by Degrees and Masters.
You can also click here to see the lists.
Are you interested in knowing the Biomechanics Institute?
Come and meet us! We invite you on Tuesday 11/20/18 to an open day to this leading research center that occupies the 9C building of the Vera campus.
We will start at 9:45 and finish at around 12 o'clock.
You will have the opportunity to visit its facilities and learn more about the activity we do, you will be surprised!
And if you like what we do here and want to have the opportunity to be part of this exciting project, we'll tell you how!
Aimed at students of master's degrees related to the areas of Biomedicine, Aeronautics, Industrial (Mechanics and Electronics), Information Technology,
and Telecommunications. You can see the list of masters in the pdf attached.
More information and registration at http://www.upv.es/contenidos/SIEEMPLE/noticia_1051722c.html
It will be taught on Thursday November 15 from 4 to 8 pm at the Marcela Miró Laboratory 2nd floor South wing of the ETSID and the morning of Friday,
November 16 from 8:45 to 12:45 at the AITANA Laboratory of the ETSID in the 2nd Floor of the North wing.
It is recalled that the list of admitted is at
Punctuality is requested. The use of laptops is advised.
16 students of the Degree in Aerospace Engineering UPV, before a challenge: build the first ultralight university plane in Spain
A team of 16 students from third and fourth year of the Aerospace Engineering Degree from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) is working on the construction of the ultralight aircraft Zenith STOL CH 701.
The project, born thanks to the Vicente Silvestre Foundation and Consuelo Juliá, who have donated the plane in pieces -5,000- so that the students can put into practice the knowledge acquired, is coordinated by the UPV professor Carlos Vila Pastor.
“It is an experimental North American aircraft,” explains Vila, “and his name is Zenith STOL CH 701, STOL being the acronym for an experimental plane for takeoff and landing in short spaces.”
“We want to pilot it”
The work team meets every Wednesday at the Pedro Duque hangar of the School of Design Engineering (ETSID-UPV). There, as Carlos Haro explains, “you can learn to apply the theoretical knowledge that is acquired in class after much effort”.
This practice is key for students. In that aspect, Alicia Muñoz says: “I’m learning a lot about the manufacturing part, what I like most is to be in contact with the plane.
In any case, the objective is to take the practice to the end, since, as Vila indicates, “we want to pilot it and be the first Spanish university to have a plane assembled by the aerospace engineering students themselves”.
Monitoring and approval of the AESA
To this end, the UPV has requested the Spanish Air Safety Agency (AESA) to monitor the assembly, so that, at the end of certain phases of the project, one of the engineers of the agency supervises, in the hangar, that the assembly It is correct and conforms to the aeronautical regulations.
So, if everything goes well, the idea is that by the end of this year the aircraft is completely built and, after the approval of the AESA, the engine and the rest of the ultralight instrumentation, which weighs less than 450 kg and measures 8 meters in span, 6’5 in length and 2 in height.
In the section ETSID, in the tabs Permanent Board, Center Board and Academic Committees, a link has been added to the scheduled meetings.
In the Secretary’s office tab, the drop-down menu of Classrooms and Workshops has been modified, now including their location. Besides, another drop-down has been added with the degree exam calendars corresponding to the 2018-19 course.
Organized by the Master of Graphic Arts / Master in Design Engineering of ETSID, we are invited to this talk, on Thursday, November 15 at 12:45 in the ETSID Degrees Hall …
It is public knowledge that Columbus did not discover America; and it is well known that before Gutenberg, a few pages had been printed. The lesson here, which will be exposed by Professor Diego Vainesman, with a minimum of seriousness, is that who does not announce, does not win. This statement in no way speaks negatively of the Scandinavian communication, (or rather the lack of it), which left the Vikings without their place in history as the first daring who arrived in the new world or the Chinese as the pioneers of the mobile types. Not in any way. This dissertation explores the capacity, almost unlimited, of communication to establish a point that is opposed to the already well-known phrase: “history is written by those who win”.
The true story in this case is written by those who communicate it.
Diego Vainesman, who was president of the Type Directors Club of New York, will present his particular vision of how creativity in communication allows logos, products and, why not, conquerors to be the owners of an exciting visual narrative. A small story in which Diego hopes to share something special about an ancient art, which feels very at home, in a digital and ultra-technological world in which for many, creativity is just a detail that stays in time .
Charla Diego Vainesman_DV_CC_UPV
Day: Thursday 8 November
Time: 11:15 am
Place: Hall of Degrees Francisco Garzón, South Wing. Low level. Building 7B ETSID.
Through real stories of extraordinary women coming from different regions of the world, we will illustrate the condition of women in South America focusing on Peru. Its reality will be contrasted with our situation in the European context to understand the differences and look for the similarities and bridges of union between both environments.
During the second part of the day, the dialogue between the public and the speakers will be opened in two round tables to propose new points of view to the approaches dealt with during the presentations.
Sign up for the event here and participate in this meeting.
Open the deadline for applications for the Erasmus 2019/20 call
The deadline for applications for the Erasmus 2019/2020 call has been opened.
All information can be found through the student’s intranet in the section Services => International Relations and Cooperation => International Mobility and Cooperation (AIR). Once the AIR application is opened, you have to click on the Calls block, in which Erasmus 2019-2020 ETSID says.
In the Documentation tab you will find the general bases of the call, the specific ones of ETSID and the language equivalence table. An updated list of available places in each university for the different degrees of the school will also be available shortly.
The application deadline will be open until next November 30.
Only 20 years old, he has become the youngest Ultraman in Europe and the second in the world. Adrián Cortijo, a student at ETSID in 3rd
of the Degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation, has participated in the toughest triathlon in the world. The athlete has been 32
hours to complete, during three days, 10 kilometers by swimming, 421 kilometers by bicycle and 84 kilometers by running.
For his work ‘We are all good’
Ana Penyas (Valencia, 1987), graduated by the School of Design Engineering and graduated in Fine Arts from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV),
has been awarded the National Comic Award for 2017 for her work We are all all right.
The recognition, granted by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, also entails a cash prize of 20,000 euros for the Valencian artist, who in
turn becomes the first woman in history to obtain this award.
Rescue the voice of a silenced generation
At the time of opting for the work of Penyas, the jury has taken into account the author's ability to "rescue, from a family history, the voice of a
silenced generation" and "the innovation and freshness of the in graphic scene, in addition to the ability to integrate resources of the comic and other
The comic, in the words of the award-winning, "speaks of the elderly, of my grandmothers, but also of many other things, such as historical memory,
repression, the feminist view of an era ...".
"In fact," he continues, "I chose my grandmothers because they had not done anything supposedly remarkable in their lives: they have been mothers,
housewives,wives ... and have dedicated themselves to taking care of others, like most of the women of their generation who almost did not have access
to studies or work outside the home, there are few female intellectual referents of that generation because they either went into exile or died or
something happened in their lives. "
Author revelation in the Salón del Cómic de Barcelona
Prior to receiving this prestigious award, Ana Penyas had already received a mention in VI Iberomérica Ilustra por Viaje al interior, and she won the
seventh edition with Buscando un sitio.
Penyas, who has participated in several exhibitions -both individual and collective-, has published with Thousand Reasons, Books of the KO, the cultural
web MipetitMadrid, theHype and the magazine Bostezo, is an illustrator in Pikara Magazine, and was recently awarded as a revelation author in the
Barcelona Comic Fair.
The history of the current School of Engineering Design begins with the reform of 1851, it was formalized with the subsequent publication in La Gaceta de Madrid (May 22, 1855 No. 871) of the Royal Decree on the Industrial Schools Plan. In Title III “vocational schools” where the materials and structure of vocational education are articulated, Article 14 says “For now only in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia and Vergara will be professional schools”. Since the beginning of its existence, the School of Valencia, like the rest of Spain, it has been subjected to numerous changes in both structure and function, name, etc … not in vain, has always been evenly matched terms “professional”, “application” and “industrial”. That is why, it is complex to tell the story of the School of Valencia, documentation is scarce and often streaky. You can follow the story through its operation or, rather, by the laws that have regulated both academic aspects and the professional attributions . Therefore the current ETSID is an evolution of the center created by Real Decree of 22 May 1855 in the Gaceta de Madrid in the city of Valencia, along with schools in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Vergara. Subsequently, the School of Valencia has continued in line form in their classrooms most university graduates who have helped to consolidate the industrial fabric of the Valencia region.
In Spain, it can be considered, that studies of industrial engineering starting in the year 1850 by the Royal Decree of the Ministry of Commerce, Education and Public Works, of September 4, in which the Minister, Manuel de Seijas Lozano, proposed to SM Queen Elizabeth II the creation of the Industrial Schools. Industrial in three grades: Elemental, Expansion or Professional and Superior. Curriculum Extension Schools established in the art. 14 of this R.D. School Valencia is already mentioned in the Organic Plan Promoting Schools May 20, 1855, as Minister Francisco de Luxán. Although the teachings and have started in Valencia in 1852. The first reform of industrial teachings was made by Royal Decree of the Ministry of Public Works on September 9, 1857, to enact the “Law of Education” by the Minister Claudio Moyano. In the aforementioned Law School rises Valencia School Superior.Por the rank of Royal Decree of 28 April 1861 authorizing the Industrial School of Valencia to admit exam Bachelor of Mechanical Engineers and Chemists. By Royal Decree of 17 August 1901 the rank of High School of Industry to Valencia is confirmed. During 1906-1907 the Industrial School of Valencia refundó.
As seen, our school is really the oldest of Valencia, which perhaps may surprise more than one and is, therefore, an age which far exceeds the century. However, if you stick to the written documentation available at our Center, the School of Valencia is recast by Royal Decree of 19 December 1906 as Minister of Public Instruction illustrious Valencian Amalio Gimeno. César San Ramon was appointed Commissioner director to lead the process of re-founding of the School of Valencia during the course 1906- 1907. Selected teachers and constituted the cloister was appointed Director Jose Alapont Ibanez, starting to work in the 1907- 1908 course with 150 students about. Initially the classes were held in the municipal building to recayente Street Arzobispo Mayoral, aimed at Normal School, with which classrooms and shared services, but lacking laboratories and workshops. Thanks to the offer made by the industrial Bartolomé Montañés of their own workshops in the industry La Primitiva Valenciana, was able to organize practical lessons.
Avenue Antic Regne
In 1923 it moved its theoretical activities to classrooms Luis Vives 31 May 1925 the then Institute Head of Government, General Primo de Rivera, laid the foundation stone of what which should be the building avenue Antic Regne de Valencia. The extraordinary vitality of our school requires successive enlargements made in 1933, with extended premises for the section metallography, in 1940, with the expansion of the craft workshops and the construction of a new plant for classrooms, and in 1965, construction of the new pavilion Laboratories. Industry High Schools initially depended on the Ministry of Commerce, Education and Public Works. Subsequently was dependence of the Ministry of Grace and Justice in a relatively short time, to be included later in the Ministry of Development. In 1928 and R. D. of 21 December, the Higher Schools of Industries go to the Ministry of Labour and change its name to High Schools Work. By R. D. of September 19, 1931 are included in the Ministry of Public Instruction and Fine Arts under the name School of Industrial Experts. Act of April 29, 1964, on “Technical Education” are renamed Schools of Industrial Engineering.
The Campus U.P.V.
Finally, the General Education Act of 1970 joined the University under the name of University Schools of Industrial Engineering. Property exhausted the possibilities Avenue Antic Regne de Valencia, has built a new building for the location of the school on the campus of our Polytechnic University, being Rector D. Justo Nieto Nieto and School Director D. Enrique Ballester Sarrias, this building will be inaugurated by the Minister of Education cipria Ciscar in the presence of the Minister of Education and Science Mr Javier Solana Madariaga, on July 25, 1989.
Classes will continue to give in the previous building, today Roads II, until the inauguration of the new and current ETSID building on the campus of our Polytechnic University, being Rector D. Justo Nieto Nieto and Director of the School D.Enrique Ballester Sarrias the July 25, 1998, provided it with greater features such as: Improved tutorials, there are more firms authorized to do so; greater range of computer classrooms; classrooms for lectures; room larger library, laboratories for teaching and / or research, offices for more than 100 teachers, planetarium, bodeguilla, parking, power supply through the photovoltaic plant.
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According to OFFICIAL COMMUNIQUÉ of UPV: Given the evolution of the cold drop throughout the afternoon of Thursday, and following the recommendations of the authorities, the UPV has decided to suspend all activity (academic and work) in its three campuses for tomorrow, Friday, October 19.
9:42 p. m. · Oct 18 2018
It will be taught in ETSID Laboratories on the afternoon of Thursday, November 15 and the morning of Friday, November 16 (after the exam week) with a
follow-up Diploma. There are 18 places that will be assigned by strict order of arrival, from the publication of this note, an email to the address
firstname.lastname@example.org sent from an official address of the UPV, indicating the name of the person who signs up and the current career and course.
Once the places have been completed, the registration deadline will be announced on the ETSID website and the list of admitted students will be
published at http://www.upv.es/contenidos/CISTOBAL/
A personalized email will NOT be sent confirming the place.
"Machine Learning" is a current trend that is already being applied in different commercial, scientific and engineering sectors. Nowadays it is being
used to solve many problems of high complexity whose resolution was not feasible with other types of techniques. The spectrum of situations in which it
is considered goes from the analysis of consumer trends to the prediction of the behavior of reactors. It is essential in the driving of autonomous
The course is taught by the company BigML.
BigML is a leading company in Machine Learning that was a pioneer in the creation of the ML as a Service (MLAAS). The year 2011 was founded in
Corvallis,(Oregon, USA) with the aim of making Machine Learning simple and accessible to all. The year 2015 opened its European headquarters in
Valencia, Spain, to promote innovation in the Turia capital and attract talent from all over the world.
BigML offers a consumable, programmable and scalable Machine Learning platform that solves and automates sorting, regression, time series, neural
network, clustering, anomaly detection, association discovery, and classification and analysis tasks of texts by subject or topic (topic modeling).
The BigML platform helps tens of thousands of analysts, programmers and scientists to transform their data into executable models that can be used as
remote services or locally, integrated into their applications, to finally be able to make predictions and make highly automated decisions based on data.
BigML has an international team of 32 people, 12 patent applications and 6 granted patents. In addition, BigML contributes to the dissemination of
Machine Learning with its events that unite professionals from all types of industries who want to adopt Machine Learning. It also actively promotes
the teaching of Machine Learning with its education program already enjoyed by more than 630 universities around the world, along with its schools and
Machine Learning courses spread throughout the year around the world. More information at https://bigml.com/
V Edición Concurso Emprendedor Universitario “StartUPV 2K18”
On Thursday, October 18, at 12:45 in the S03 classroom of the ETSID, there will be an informative workshop on free entry practices, the program of the workshop will be as follows:
– Presentation of the Subdirection of Relations with companies
– Why do you have to do practices?
– What are the types of practices that can be carried out?
– How do I look for a practice?
– Calculate Your Practice
Resolution of doubts of practices and processing of agreements
+ info: Taller prácticas en empresas OCTUBRE 2018
Coup2Boost is an initiative carried out by Epoka, STEF provider for Trademark projects at a European level.
The project consists of a contest for the financing of student projects in Europe and also support associations, research departments, incubators or supervised projects that are part, either of educational projects, or of personal projects and entrepreneurship.
The phases of the project
1. Communication phase-October 2018
Dissemination of the call in the selected centers.
2. Phase of delivery and presentation of projects - October 2018 January 2019
Students can upload their projects (in English) on the Coup2Boost platform
3. Evaluation phase - February 2019 March 2019
The projects will be evaluated by STEF for the election of their five favorite projects.
4. Presentation phase- April 2019
The representatives of the five finalist projects will travel to Paris to present their project (in English), with all expenses paid.
In this presentation, together with the rest of the European candidates, the winners of the first prize / second prize / third prize will be decided.
Requirements to participate
- Be a student enrolled in the University or School at the time of participation
- Present the project in English
- Being a minimum of two people in the project group (without maximum)
- Regulate by the theme / categories established (entrepreneurship / entrepreneurship, sport, digital, international, innovation, art, solidarity and sustainable development)
- Projects can belong to different categories at the same time
- It is not necessary a project with orientation towards logistics or transport
- The project can (and for the times that we establish) must be a project already underway and not created from scratch for this purpose
- The three winning projects will receive a prize of up to € 2,500 per project
- The university that has received the most votes will also receive a prize of up to € 5,000
- The university with the project that has received the most votes through the platform will also receive a prize of up to € 5,000
+ info: Présentation_STEF_relations_ecoles_070918
The International Relations Branch of ETSID, when the date of the Erasmus call for the next course is approaching, and taking advantage of the fact that Professor Enrique Ruiz Zúñiga, coordinator of exchange programs at the School of Engineering Science of the University of Skövde ( Sweden), will be visiting our school for a few days, has organized an informative talk about the possibilities and advantages of an Erasmus stay at your university, especially in bachelor’s degrees (degree) in Production and Automation Engineering (for our students of Electronics and Automation), User Centered Product Design (for Design students) and Mechanics of Materials (students of Mechanics).
Although currently the offer of masters is smaller in terms of these degrees, it will also bring us the news about the master’s degrees that, in the areas of Electronics, Mechanics and Design, have been introduced in Skövde since the current course 2018/19, so which is also an option that may interest the Master’s students in Mechatronics, Maintenance or Design.
It is also a special opportunity to learn first hand what it would be like to do an Erasmus stay in Sweden, since Professor Ruiz Zúñiga will answer any questions you may have in this regard.
The talk will take place next Monday, October 15, at 12:15, in the ETSID Degrees Hall (ground floor, South wing).
In the last edition 2016-2017 a team of the UPV took the victory and one of our students of ETSID, was part of it and represented Spain in the international final of Doha
WHAT IS GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE (GMC)
The Global Management Challenge is the world’s largest Strategy and Business Management competition based on simulation, in which participating teams (3-4 people) take charge of virtual companies competing with each other. The development of the competition is carried out through decisions at the level of the board of directors, based on the study of the history of the company, the business strategy and the predictions that can be made about the future of the market.
The simulation has 38 years of uninterrupted development history, adapting to the evolution of markets and competition with the aim that the people who participate do so in a context very similar to reality, is certified by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) in Technologies for advanced education (CEL) and adhered to the strategy of entrepreneurship and young employment (EEEJ).
He has recently received the Young Talent Seal INJUVE.
More info: www.opii.upv.es
Would you like to work in the Automotive sector?
!We will wait for you!
On September 20, at 12.30 pm, the II edition "Come to know the automotive sector" will be held at the Agora of the UPV, where experts from different
areas of the automotive sector will be at your disposal to inform you in detail about the day by day and the demands of his position.
Get to know what the current automotive industry demands, take all the information and do not miss the opportunity to get closer to the companies
that could hire you in the future !.
Aimed at students and alumni of the UPV, we want them to know the sector, the companies that comprise it and inform them of the sector's demands and
what their requirements are when filling the positions of their organizations.
In short, the main objective of the day is to accurately inform the student collective of the training and professional skills that must meet to fill
the positions requested by the industry, it is essential that we all inform you of this opportunity.
This year we will have the assistance of the following companies: IT8, Dr. Franz Schneider, Ford, Aza Logistics, Plastic Omnium, Druck Systems, Itera,
Novatec, Nutai, Faurecia, Lear, CLR, Gestamp, Autoliv. So it will be an opportunity for you to approach them and meet their needs.
+ info Call for students from UPV
CALL FOR HIRING OF WORKERS TO COVER POSITIONS OF PROMOTION SERVICES
COMPANY PRACTICES OF THE SERVIIPOLI FOUNDATION FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018 - 2019
Inscripciones hasta el 14 de septiembre.
Con fecha 27/07/2018 se ha publicado la convocatoria de las becas FORD ESPAÑA 2018-2019
Puedes consultar las bases de la convocatoria, y el procedimiento de inscripción en:
Cada proyecto tiene su descripción y la titulación a la que va dirigida.