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Master's in Complex Materials: Thermal Analysis and Rheology

2018/2019 · 60 credits


Double master's degree. It is a double degree (diploma in France + diploma in Spain) in a subject with present and future: complex materials. This double master's degree gives you the opportunity to study at two European universities such as ours and the prestigious Paris Diderot (Sorbonne Paris Cité), with access to its laboratories and paid internships in French companies.

Complex materials. They cover nanomaterials, polymers, metamaterials, etc. with applications in biomedicine, nanotechnology, cosmetics, pharmacy, food, civil engineering... One of the pillars of the current technological advance is the development of new materials. Complex materials are an emerging field in which large companies need highly specialized professionals.

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Offered place for academic course 2018/2019

Why study

This Master provides:

Practical and highly specialized training in the complex materials and the main research techniques associated with these materials

Training in advanced techniques supported by a wide variety of scientific equipment from universities and professors with proven research experience.

International experience, developing in the two partner universities (University Paris 7-Paris Diderot and University of A Coruña).

Paid internships. The Master's degree can be completed in Spanish and French companies as well as at the University of Oregon (USA).

Two master's degrees,"Complex Materials: Thermal Analysis and Rheology" by the UDC and "Physique de la matière molle" by the Univ. Paris Diderot.

Opening to the European and American labour market (USA). Because of mobility from up to three different countries (Spain, France and USA).

 Information booklet


Starting academic year 2013/2014
Authorization Xunta Council date 06/06/2013
Authorization DOG publication date 18/06/2013
Official BOE publication date 15/11/2013
DOG syllabus publication date 28/04/2014
BOE syllabus publication date 09/04/2014