Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
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Energy Conversion Systems and Technologies (2019)

Type A Code Competences Specific
  CE1 Understanding, experimentally determining and modelling the thermodynamic and transport properties of multicomponent fluids for energy conversion systems and technologies.
  CE2 Selecting and studying the viability of energy conversion technologies including the most suitable renewable energies for any given application.
  CE3 Designing and integrating thermal conversion technologies into efficient energy systems with low greenhouse gas emissions using specific ICT tools.
  CE4 Modelling and analysing energy demand in buildings using specific ICT tools for integrating efficient energy conversion systems.
  CE5 Elaborating, planning and managing R+D+I projects in the national and international ambits and using well-known tools in the field to search for information, handle data and transfer knowledge.
  CE6 Carrying out an exhaustive assignment in the ambit of energy conversion systems and technologies and defending it publicly.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  CT1 Become sufficiently independent to work on research projects and scientific or technological collaborations within their thematic area.
  CT2 Forming opinions on the basis of the efficient management and use of information.
  CT3 Solve complex problems critically, creatively and innovatively in multidisciplinary contexts.
  CT4 Work in multidisciplinary teams and in complex contexts.
  CT5 Communicate complex ideas effectively to all sorts of audiences.
  CT6 Develop abilities to manage their professional career.
  CT7 Apply ethical principles and social responsibility as a citizen and a professional.
Type C Code Competences Nuclear