At present, with the rapid evolution of engineering and applied sciences, the need to train specialists in the modeling and numerical simulation of processes that come from the industrial or business field is evident, so that, in these fields, promote from the University the transfer of knowledge and the incorporation of doctors to the R & D & i departments, with training aimed at optimizing processes, reducing costs, improving the quality of products, designing new technologies, increasing safety, reducing environmental pollution, etc.PresentationThe relevance of the lines of research on which the program focuses is evidenced in the scientific productivity of the responsible research groups, which can be assessed, for example, in terms of six-year research periods, supervised theses and publications in JCR journals. The proposed offer is adapted to the action consisting of the conformation of a specialized and competitive postgraduate offer with respect to the university, national and international environment, increasing the social prestige of postgraduate studies. The proposed offer is intended to reinforce the prestige of the research career of the groups that lead the program in the three Galician universities. The incorporation of male and female doctors to companies will be promoted in order to extend their capacity beyond teaching and research, in order to promote productive activity. Likewise, the proposal is consistent with the necessary modification of the resource management patrons, seeking to optimize their use, through internal and external collaboration formulas.ProfileWithout training supplements to be admitted:Master in Mathematical Engineering offered by the USC, UDC and Uvigo from the 2006-2007 academic year to the 2014-2015 academic year.
Master in Industrial Mathematics (www.m2i.es) from the USC (coordinating university), UDC, Uvigo, Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) and Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) from the 2013-2014 academic year.
Students with the DEA degree obtained through the program "Doctoral Program in Mathematical Methods and Numerical Simulation in Engineering and Applied Sciences" at USC, UDC and UvigoOther profiles:
The Academic Committee will evaluate each case individually. The possibility of requiring training supplements for the Master's in Industrial Mathematics offered by the USC, UDC, Uvigo, UC3M and UPM will be considered (maximum up to 15 ECTS).
In the case of other profiles that do not complete a master's degree, an equivalency of training in research credits will be required, in a number not less than those of the master's degree that gives direct access, that is, 60 ECTS.
Students with a non-homologated foreign degree may apply for admission to doctoral studies provided that a level of training equivalent to that of the official Spanish university master's degree is accredited and that it also empowers in the country issuing the degree for access to studies PhD. This admission will not imply, in any case, the homologation of the previous degree or the recognition for other purposes than those of access to these teachings.
AdmissionAt the time of applying for admission, the student must present a preliminary thesis project endorsed by a doctor who meets the requirements to be a director. To this end, applicants will be given facilities to get in touch with the program's teachers.
This preliminary thesis will be analyzed by the Academic Committee of the program, which must give its approval for admission based on this analysis and the student's curriculum vitae, bearing in mind in any case their academic record. Students who meet the access requirements may request admission to the Doctoral Program, for which a pre-registration period will be established. Said request will be presented in accordance with the procedure indicated in the call. At the end of this period, the CAPD will publish the provisional list of admitted students, with their corresponding waiting list, in accordance with the established selection criteria.