Hardware School

The Hardware School works as a space for developing projects with technological integration, following a knowledge path that stimulates the student researcher to think and create devices that connect biological signals to computing, passing through the interface between them. In addition, it aims to broaden the students’ knowledge beyond that acquired in the classroom, making them more capable of working with hardware.

Using Problem Based Learning (PBL) methodology, which consists of student focused teaching based on problem solving, the student is encouraged to build the project using available tools and components or create new ones.

The school also promotes to the student researchers the expansion of academic scientific knowledge, providing the submission of articles in journals, congresses, etc.

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Student Training

It aims to broaden the student's knowledge beyond that acquired in the classroom, making them more capable of working with hardware.

Scientific production

The school also promotes to the student researchers the expansion of academic scientific knowledge, providing the submission of articles to magazines, congresses, etc.

Product development

The goal is for all students at the school to develop at least one product in their area of expertise by the end of the project.

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