Internet of Things Short Course Series
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá
The Administrative Department of Science, Technology, and Innovation and the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies in Colombia recently issued a challenge to academia to strengthen national competitiveness in IT. In response, the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá joined in a strategic alliance with Intel to advance the state of knowledge in Colombia about the Internet of Things (IoT). Michael A. Smith PhD, director of the Intel® Software Academic Program for IoT, worked with Diego Méndez, an assistant professor of electronics engineering at the university, Alejandro Hernandez, an Intel Software Engineer, and Antonio F. Mondragón Torres, an Intel research scientist, to create an advanced IoT program consisting of four classes.
The courses target students who already hold degrees in IT-related fields and who have programming knowledge in modern languages such as C, Java*, or Python*. Below are links to the course outlines for each module:
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