The Fondecyt 1211294 grant (2021-2024) entitled “Age of information as design metric for ioT-based networked control systems” focused on the design of age-aware controllers for future generation industrial wireless control loops.
On March 23rd, 2021, Juan Pablo successfully defended his M.Sc. thesis entitled “Age of information in IoT-based wireless networked control systems.”. The evaluation committee graded the thesis with maximum distinction and awarded Juan Pablo the M.Sc. degree. Congratulations!!
On November 20th, 2020, Jacob successfully defended his M.Sc. thesis entitled “The IoT PLC: a new generation of programmable logical controllers for the industry 4.0”. The evaluation committee graded the thesis with maximum distinction and awarded Jacob the M.Sc. degree. Congratulations!!
Our Anillo project “Industrial cyber-physical systems for smart mining” was selected for funding by CONICYT in its 2019 Anillos de investigación en ciencia y tecnología contest. The 3 years project, with an approved budget of USD$750.000, focuses on developing the next generation of control systems for mining operations, with emphasis on the operation of power […]
On December 11th, 2019, Tomás defended his thesis entitled “Embedded networking using Thread: devices, operating systems, and IoT programming”. The evaluation committee graded the thesis with maximum distinction and awarded Tomás the M.Sc. degree. Congratulations!!
Our project “Early-warning system for drinkable water systems in urban areas” has been selected for funding by Corfo in its Bienes Publicos contest. The 33 months project focuses on developing an operational tool for inspectors to optimize their rounds by inspecting on-demand upon the occurrence of an event.
On August 9th, 2019, Saúl defended his thesis entitled “Design and implementation of an Industrial Internet platform for supervision and control of industrial processes”. The evaluation committee graded the Thesis with maximum distinction and awarded him the M.Sc. degree. Congratulations!!
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.