Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
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Nanoscience, Materials and Processes: Chemical Technology at the Frontier

Type A Code Competences Specific
  A1.1 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.
  A1.2 A1.2. Carrying out exhaustive bibliographic searches in highly specialized areas of nanoscience, materials and product and process design.
  A1.3 A1.3 Planning and executing R+D+I projects related to the field of nanoscience, materials and chemical technologies, drawing conclusions and preparing reports.
  A1.4 A1.4. Conceiving, designing, constructing, reformulating and maintaining equipment, applications and efficient designs for experimental and numerical simulation studies in chemical technology.
  A1.5 A1.5. Formulate, develop and apply materials, products and mechanisms that use nanostructures.
  A1.6 A1.6. Analyse, identify and evaluate the data obtained from experiments and databases in the field of nanoscience, materials and chemical technology.
  A2.1 A2.1. Presenting results in line with the format of experimental scientific literature and in accordance with the commonly accepted standards.
  A2.2 A2.2. Critically evaluating the results of research in the field of nanotechnology, materials and products and process design.
  A2.3 A2.3. Evaluating the legal, economic and financial aspects of applying research results in the fields of nanoscience, materials and chemical technology to industry.
  A2.4 A2.4 Developing awareness in environmental and social issues related to nanoscience, materials and the general field of chemical technology.
  A3.1 Execution, presentation and defence before a university examination panel of an individually undertaken original research project in which the student uses the competencies acquired during the master's degree to develop a new idea, modify an existing idea or develop a new process, product or device in the fields of nanoscience, materials and/or processes.
Type B Code Competences Transversal
  B1.1 Communicate complex ideas effectively to all sorts of audiences.
  B1.2 Adapt to change. Modify behaviour and working method in response to changing conditions.
  B2.1 Lead and define multidisciplinary teams that can respond to technical changes and management needs in national and international contexts and in poorly defined situations.
  B2.2 Provide purpose and direction. Influence and guide others in order to improve performance and achieve objectives.
  B2.3 Create a suitable environment for personal development.
  B2.4 Pool knowledge and recognise the difficulties inherent in making judgements and taking decisions on the basis of incomplete or limited information, especially when such decisions require reflection on the social and ethical responsibilities of professional practice
  B3.1 Work in multidisciplinary teams and in complex contexts.
  B3.2 Resolve conflicts constructively.
  B4.1 Be able to learn autonomously in order to maintain and improve the personal competencies relating to continuous improvement acquired during the course.
  B4.2 Develop abilities to manage their professional career.
  B5.1 Develop sufficient autonomy to work in scientific, technological or cultural research projects and collaborations in the discipline
  B5.2 Solve complex problems critically, creatively and innovatively in multidisciplinary contexts.
  B5.3 Apply new technologies and advances with initiative and entrpreneurial spirit and manage and use information in an eficient manner.
  B6.1 Apply ethical principles and social responsibility as a citizen and a professional.
Type C Code Competences Nuclear