El programa se nutre mayoritariamente de investigadores de los siguientes grupos de investigación: Energía y Propulsión Marina. Ciencia y Técnica Cibernética También se integran investigadores de las Universidades de Salamanca y Politécnico de Portalegre.
Tradicionalmente, la E.T.S. de Náutica y Máquinas y la Escuela Universitaria Politécnica de Ferrol vienen realizando investigaciones de los campos afines a la Ingeniería Energética incluyendo los Estudios de Tercer Ciclo conducentes al título de Doctor. De esta tradición docente e investigadora se han obtenido resultados relevantes, como premios extraordinarios de doctorado, desarrollo de actividades investigadoras en la universidad, actividades profesionales en puestos de gran responsabilidad y en las patentes recogidas en la siguiente dirección web: http://www.oepm.es En la misma línea, cabe destacar el nivel cualitativo de las publicaciones en los diversos campos relacionados con la Ingeniería Energética. El programa está orientado a la consecución de capacidades investigadoras de cara a la realización de Tesis Doctorales.
This are the main research lines for current study.
Candidates who do not meet all the necessary prior learning conditions for the programme may be required to complete additional courses in the form of subjects and modules from UDC Master’s and undergraduate programmes. The number of credits from additional subject teaching will not exceed 15 ECTS credits, which students may choose to complete before or after enrolment in the PhD programme.
Students who do not opt to complete additional coursework prior to enrolment should register for their extra subjects or modules at the same time as the PhD. Failure to complete additional coursework within a period of three consecutive terms will result in the termination of the student’s registration.
|Thermal power systems||3|
|Introduction to research||3|
|Maintenance of industrial facilities||3|
|Energetic and mass transfer processes||3|
|Corrosion and Energy||3|
|Instrumentation and sensorization systems||3|
|Embedded systems and applications||3|
|Spatial data processing. Temporal series data. Tools and bibliographic database for research||3|
|Smart control techniques||3|
|Traditional and emergent methods of optimisation and advanced control||3|
|Systems and processes optimisation||3|
|Power electronics converters||3|
|Total alfa spectrometry||3|
|Quality Management in LRA-UDC||3|
|Techniques of mitigation, annulation and inhibition of radiation||3|
|Integral monitoring of a sample in a radiactive environment||3|
|Analysis of the reactive phase shift phenomena in unbalanced three phase three and four wire systems||3|
|Equivalent circuit of three phase receptors under symmetric excitation||3|
|Sequential filters for umbalanced three phase systems||3|
|Electric power and efficiency measurement. Unifying Theory of Electric Power||3|
|Energy optimization in industrial and domestic electrical facilities||3|
|Human Factors on Maritime Accidents||3|
|State of the art navigation aid systems||3|
|Map projections in the context of electronic nautical charts||3|
|Occupational safety and health on board. Merchant and fishing ships||3|
|Occupational accidents investigation||3|
|Marine wave models and and forecasting||3|
|Safety and Management of liquid bulk cargoes transport||3|
|Marine Pollution Prevention and Response||3|
|Harbour and Escort Towing||3|
|The MoU Regions and the Port State Control: Origins, Inspection Procedures and Maritime Transport Consequences||3|
The PhD supervision agreement defines the academic relationship between the candidate and the University, the rights and responsibilities of each (including any intellectual and/or industrial property rights resulting from the candidate’s research), the procedures in place in relation to conflict resolution, and the duration of the agreement. It also specifies the duties of the PhD tutor and supervisor.
The supervision agreement must be signed by the candidate, tutor and designated university representative (or representatives) within a maximum period of one month as from the date of registration. The supervisor’s signature may be added subsequently, once a supervisor has been appointed.
When the document has been signed by all the relevant parties, the agreement is then added to the candidate’s record of activities.
The candidate must prepare a research plan within six months of registration, with information regarding methodology, objectives, resources and milestones. The research plan is submitted together with the report of the supervisor and/or tutor for approval by the Academic Committee for PhD Programmes (CAPD). Improvements to the plan may be introduced with the approval of the supervisor and/or tutor based on the annual review of the student’s research progress.
Research plans are subject to annual review by the CAPD, including the report(s) of the supervisor and/or tutor and the candidate’s record of activities. Students will be permitted to continue with their studies if the outcome of the review is satisfactory. If the outcome is negative, the student will be required to submit a new plan within a period of six months. If the committee is still not satisfied, the candidate will be removed from the programme.
UDC holds student mobility agreements with universities and other third-level institutions across four continents. Students are offered several opportunities each year to apply to study abroad in one of these centres (for a single term or for a whole year), with the guarantee that all credits obtained will be duly recognised in their academic record upon their return.
For each round of applications, the University publishes the list of exchange options available to students and, where relevant, the specific conditions associated with each. Students may also apply to the University for funding for international work experience placements and internships.
Work experience placements are accredited in the student's academic record and the European diploma supplement. Students are free to decide in which host company or academic institution within the EHEA they wish to carry out their placement. To assist them in their search, the University has created an online noticeboard with jobs postings and other news.
Work-study placements in A Coruña are arranged by the International Relations Office (ORI) of the UDC in collaboration with the international relations coordinators in the student’s home university. The general entry criteria, rights and obligations of students, and admission and acceptance procedures for the programme, are regulated by the UDC Mobility Policy.