The courses will be conducted in a mixed learning mode and the venue of the dictation will be the Electronic and 3D Prototyping Laboratory of the Faculty of Engineering, on the university campus owned by UNER in Oro Verde, Kilometer 10 of Provincial Route 11.
According to the curriculum design, the degree will last 10 months—200 total hours—with a study plan that includes the completion and approval of its eight modules and a final integrated project.
The Diploma is intended for a post-secondary degree for health sector personnel or those interested in development in the field that includes the study of English in its programme. Admission of applicants will be subject to the availability of quota.
The start of the course is scheduled for next month. For more information and registration: [email protected]
In this case the faculty has a laboratory for electronic and 3D prototyping. In addition, the Professors of Programmable Electronics and the Chairs of Signal Acquisition and Processing Systems developed vast experience in the use and dissemination of 3D printing technologies: it is noted that over the past five years they have performed more than 200 services and projects . Public and private sectors that have incorporated these technologies.
Among the specific objectives, it is mentioned to know the various available 3D printing techniques; understand the application areas and limitations of each technology; Identifying and applying the situations in which I3D can help provide engineering solutions; Evaluate clinical practices in which 3D printing is applied; and develop basic 3D modeling skills for printing or prototyping.