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Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Software and academic staff

You will use state-of-the art tools

We believe that the best way for you to experience the potential of big data and artificial intelligence to create the systems of the future is by developing them yourself. Therefore, to carry out the practical activities in the subjects related to Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, we will use development environments that will allow you to process and visualize R and Python-based data, the two languages most used by data scientists today. On the other hand, we will use development environments oriented to the mass exploitation of data, such as Spark and HDFS. You will also learn how to get the most out of advanced professional tools such as Tableau, and how to use all the power of cloud computing provided by Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud, two giants in the industry, to design and deploy machine learning systems. 

 

 

 

 

Your lecturers...

The academic staff on this degree is made up by lecturers and researchers who are actively involved in this field through major research projects at the European level and will bring you the latest technological trends that are spoken of in specialized circles. It is also formed by external professionals who apply innovative data analysis and artificial intelligence techniques to software development in a wide range of industry sectors, showing you the challenges they face every day.
Furthermore, we will carry out a series of activities each academic year such as guest talks by external professionals, visits to companies and research centres, or attendance at events, which will allow you to come into even more direct contact with the impact that data science and artificial intelligence will have in the coming years.

 

You will learn with academic and field experts

 Enrique Onieva

 

Enrique Onieva
Coordinator, Bachelor’s degree in Science Data and Artificial Intelligence

 

 Alex Rayon

 

Alex Rayón
PhD, Mechanics, Design and Industrial Organisation

 

  Roberto Carballedo

 

Roberto Carballedo
PhD, Computing, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

 Veronica Canivell

 

Verónica Canivell
Professor, Computer, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

 Pablo Garcia Bringas

 

Pablo Garcia Bringas
Lecturer, Mechanics, Design and Industrial Organisation

 

 Iñaki Vazquez

 

Iñaki Vázquez
PhD, Computer, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

 Pablo Garaizar

 

Pablo Garaizar
PhD, Computer, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

  

Your guide through your learning experience  

 

From your first year, you will have a welcoming team within the Tutorial Plan that is designed to help you adapt to the University.
Each academic year you will be assigned a tutor with whom you will be able to talk about your things, in case you need it. This is usually a professor who is dedicated to the Faculty and who teaches the course you are enrolled in.

Among other functions, your tutor:

  • Advises you in a group or individually on academic, personal and/or professional aspects.
  • He or she is your contact person for the Dean's Office, the Secretary's Office and the other lecturers.
  • Manages and collaborates in actions aimed at improving your performance at the Faculty.

The tutor is, in short, the person you can turn to when you have a problem or concern of any kind (learning, staff affecting your academic performance, new initiatives, proposals for improvement, etc.).

 

  

Software and academic staff

You will use state-of-the art tools

We believe that the best way for you to experience the potential of big data and artificial intelligence to create the systems of the future is by developing them yourself. Therefore, to carry out the practical activities in the subjects related to Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, we will use development environments that will allow you to process and visualize R and Python-based data, the two languages most used by data scientists today. On the other hand, we will use development environments oriented to the mass exploitation of data, such as Spark and HDFS. You will also learn how to get the most out of advanced professional tools such as Tableau, and how to use all the power of cloud computing provided by Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud, two giants in the industry, to design and deploy machine learning systems. 

 

 

 

 

Your lecturers...

The academic staff on this degree is made up by lecturers and researchers who are actively involved in this field through major research projects at the European level and will bring you the latest technological trends that are spoken of in specialized circles. It is also formed by external professionals who apply innovative data analysis and artificial intelligence techniques to software development in a wide range of industry sectors, showing you the challenges they face every day.
Furthermore, we will carry out a series of activities each academic year such as guest talks by external professionals, visits to companies and research centres, or attendance at events, which will allow you to come into even more direct contact with the impact that data science and artificial intelligence will have in the coming years.

 

You will learn with academic and field experts

 Enrique Onieva

 

Enrique Onieva
Coordinator, Bachelor’s degree in Science Data and Artificial Intelligence

 

 Alex Rayon

 

Alex Rayón
PhD, Mechanics, Design and Industrial Organisation

 

  Roberto Carballedo

 

Roberto Carballedo
PhD, Computing, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

 Veronica Canivell

 

Verónica Canivell
Professor, Computer, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

 Pablo Garcia Bringas

 

Pablo Garcia Bringas
Lecturer, Mechanics, Design and Industrial Organisation

 

 Iñaki Vazquez

 

Iñaki Vázquez
PhD, Computer, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

 Pablo Garaizar

 

Pablo Garaizar
PhD, Computer, Electronic and Communication Technologies

 

  

Your guide through your learning experience  

 

From your first year, you will have a welcoming team within the Tutorial Plan that is designed to help you adapt to the University.
Each academic year you will be assigned a tutor with whom you will be able to talk about your things, in case you need it. This is usually a professor who is dedicated to the Faculty and who teaches the course you are enrolled in.

Among other functions, your tutor:

  • Advises you in a group or individually on academic, personal and/or professional aspects.
  • He or she is your contact person for the Dean's Office, the Secretary's Office and the other lecturers.
  • Manages and collaborates in actions aimed at improving your performance at the Faculty.

The tutor is, in short, the person you can turn to when you have a problem or concern of any kind (learning, staff affecting your academic performance, new initiatives, proposals for improvement, etc.).