Teaches the following subjects in the Automation and Control Engineering undergraduate course and in the Graduate Program in Automation and Systems Engineering at the Federal University of Santa Catarina:
| DAS5310 – Performance Evaluation of Discrete Automation Systems
It aims to provide the student with an initial theoretical and practical basis on how to analyse, model and evaluate a system up of medium complexity – already automated or going to-be – and to propose improvements on it. The involved background scientific areas basically cover performance evaluation models, performance indicators and KPIs, and computer simulation of discrete events systems.
| DAS5316 – Enterprise Systems Integration
It aims to provide the student with a global view on the operation of a modern company, including of the industrial type, from the Industry 4.0 perspective. The focus relies on the problematic associated to the integration and interoperability of distributed and heterogeneous systems, both within one company (in its various process levels, from high-level planning to the connection with industrial equipment in the shop floor) and between different companies (as in networked companies, like Supply Chain and Virtual Enterprises).
| DAS5511 – Final Project
Final discipline of the Control and Automation Engineering course, the student should work on an automation project of medium-high complexity within a company or research lab of a higher education institution, either in Brazil or abroad. It is a mandatory internship activity in the course’s curriculum.
| DAS5501 – Internship in Automation and Control
Intermediate discipline of the Control and Automation Engineering course, the student should work on an automation project of low-medium complexity within a company or research lab of a higher education institution, either in Brazil or abroad. It is also a mandatory internship activity in the course’s curriculum.
| DAS410061 – Service-Oriented Software Engineering
It aims to provide the student with an initial theoretical and practical basis on complex computational software architectures developed under the Service-Oriented Computing paradigm / Service-Oriented Architeture (SOA) style.
| DAS410062 – Industry 4.0 I
Basic concepts and definitions of Industry 4.0, enabling technologies, Industry 4.0 as an emerging model from many previous research initiatives, maturity models and roadmapping, digital transformation, Brazilian and international strategies for Industry 4.0, changing dimensions of Industry 4.0.
| DAS410079 – Industry 4.0 II
Basic concepts of Business Models, Canvas, Design Thinking, Pitch, Elements to be considered in business models for the Industry 4.0. and 5.0.