On October 2nd, Boris defended his thesis entitled “Algorithm design for the average consensus problem over IoT environments” in front of his commission, which qualified the thesis with maximum distinction and awarded him the M.Sc. degree. Congratulations!!
Our M.Sc. student Saúl Langarica presented his work entitled “An Industrial Internet Platform for Real-Time Fault Detection in Industrial Motors” in the IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems celebrated in Saint Petersburg, Rusia. This is a joint research effort with the Siemens Mining Research center in Chile. We acknowledge financial support from the Graduate Division […]
On may 11th the IoT diploma graduated its first cohort of 17 students in a ceremony conducted in the Andronico Luksic auditorium. Congratulations to our students.
Our M.Sc. student Tomás Herrera attended the CES 2018 as part of his participation as speaker in the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics, where he presented his work entitled “An IoT-ready streaming manager device for classroom environments in a smart campus”. We acknowledge funding from the Graduate Division under a travel grant for M.Sc. […]
Our Fondef project “Big-data Platform for Operational Intelligence: Application to Chuquicamata’s Refinery” has been selected for funding in the 2nd Mining Technological Research Program. The 18 months project focuses on developing a set of data-driven models to support the operation of Chuquicamata’s Refinery.
On March 24th 2017, the Internet of Things and the Industry 4.0 diploma started its first version. Eighteen professionals from fields as diverse as IT, EE, Automation, and Sociology, form the first cohort of the program. In the first set of lectures, the director of the program Felipe Núñez gave an overview of the Internet […]
Professor Núñez gave a Keynote on the revolution of the Internet of Things and its impact in the process industry, to promote the diploma Internet of Things and the Industry 4.0. The series of talks included the participation of experts from General Electric Digial and Inria Chile. More information can be found here
Read the column on Industrial Internet and the Industry 4.0 written by Professor Núñez that was recently published in the Nueva Mineria magazine. The opinion column talks about the benefits for automation the Industrial Internet promises trough the vertical and horizontal integration of processes. Read the full column (in spanish) here
Our Fondef project “Supervision and Optimizing Control of Tailing Dams using Emergent Technologies” has been selected for funding in the 1st Mining Technological Research Program. The 24 months project focuses on developing control strategies for optimizing the production and disposal of paste tailings. The research team is directed by Professor Nuñez and includes researchers from […]