2013_14
University
Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
A A 
english 
Nanoscience, Materials and Processes: Chemical Technology at the Frontier
 Competences


Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1 A1.1. Successfully studying and learning about the chosen research ambit: evaluating the technical and scientific importance, the technological potential and the viability of the nanoscience, design, preparation, properties, processes, developments, techniques and applications of materials.
  A2 A1.2. Carrying out exhaustive bibliographic searches in highly specialized areas of nanoscience, materials and product and process design.
  A3 A1.3 Planning and executing R+D+I projects related to the field of nanoscience, materials and chemical technologies, drawing conclusions and preparing reports.
  A4 A1.4. Conceiving, designing, constructing, reformulating and maintaining equipment, applications and efficient designs for experimental and numerical simulation studies in chemical technology.
  A5 A1.5. Formulate, develop and apply materials, products and mechanisms that use nanostructures.
  A6 A1.6. Analyse, identify and evaluate the data obtained from experiments and databases in the field of nanoscience, materials and chemical technology.
  A7 A2.1. Presenting results in line with the format of experimental scientific literature and in accordance with the commonly accepted standards.
  A8 A2.2. Critically evaluating the results of research in the field of nanotechnology, materials and products and process design.
  A9 A2.3. Evaluating the legal, economic and financial aspects of applying research results in the fields of nanoscience, materials and chemical technology to industry.
  A10 A2.4 Developing awareness in environmental and social issues related to nanoscience, materials and the general field of chemical technology.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  B9 B1.1. Communicating and discussing proposals and conclusions in specialized and non-specialized multilingual forums in a clear and unambiguous manner.
  B10 B1.2. Adapting working practices to a changing environment.
  B11 B2.1. Influencing and guiding others to improve performance.
  B12 B2.2. Providing guidelines for defining and achieving objectives.
  B13 B2.3. Fostering enthusiasm, motivation and safety in others.
  B14 B3.1. Collaborative teamwork, with responsibility shared among multidisciplinary, multilingual and multicultural teams.
  B15 B4.1. Continuously learning.
  B16 B4.2 Learning autonomously and by using initiative.
  B17 B5.1. Working autonomously whilst remaining responsible and using initiative, in a research and innovative context.
  B18 B5.2. Solving complex problems in new environments and in innovative and multidisciplinary contexts.
  B19 B5.3. Applying critical, logical and creative thought in a research and innovative context.
Type C Code Competences Nuclear
  C1 Have an intermediate mastery of a foreign language, preferably English
  C2 Be advanced users of the information and communication technologies
  C3 Be able to manage information and knowledge
  C4 Be able to express themselves correctly both orally and in writing in one of the two official languages of the URV
  C5 Be committed to ethics and social responsibility as citizens and professionals
  C6 Be able to define and develop their academic and professional project