«Initiatives to improve the environmental quality of the ETSI Industriales classrooms»
As in other centers and spaces of the UPM, in the ETSI Industriales initiatives are being developed both to improve the comfort and well-being of students and staff and to reduce the environmental impact of their activity. Among these initiatives, some already implemented or in a pilot version will be presented, such as the system for measuring environmental quality in ETSII classrooms (SIMAS project), and others that are being considered for the future (Natural projects).
Yago Torroja was born in Madrid, Spain, in 1963. He received the title of Industrial Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid in 1991 and received a doctorate in Electronic Engineering from the same university in 2001. He is currently Professor at the UPM, in which he teaches subjects related to electronics (Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics, Microprocessors, Digital Systems Architecture, Power Electronics, Microelectronics, Programming ...). His research activities are developed at the Center for Industrial Electronics, of which he has been a member since its inception, and are mainly focused on wireless sensor networks, reconfigurable systems, embedded system design, as well as the interaction between Art and Technology.