According to the applicable regulations, doctoral training will include, in addition to the completion of the doctoral thesis, the completion by the doctoral of specific and cross curricular training activities.
Each training activity has an assessment in equivalent hours. The doctoral student will have to obtain a minimum of 600 equivalent hours in the development of the different training activities to be able to present the thesis, of which at least 10 percent (60 hours) will correspond to cross curricular training courses.
The assessment in equivalent hours of each type of activity, as well as the maximum value recognized, have been fixed by the Academic Commission of this Doctorate Program for its students.
|Block||Min.||Máx.||Hours per Activity|
|Cross curricular training||60||300|
|Drafting of Communications and Participation in National and International Congresses||100||National (maximum): Attendance 5h, Póster 15h, Oral communication 25h y Presentation-revision 75h;
International (maximum): Attendance 10h, Póster 25h, Oral communication 50h y Presentation-revision 100h;
|Stays at research centres or companies||0||300||Máx 100 per month|
|Development of scientific and general publications (journals, books...) related to their doctoral thesis||0||300||Indexed journals: máx 100h
Non-indexed journals: máx 50h
Full books: máx 150h
Book chapters: máx 100h
|Active participation in competitive R&D projects or research contracts with companies during the development of the doctoral thesis||0||100||Máx 50 per year|
|Attending courses (seminars, tutorials, summer schools, ...) relevant to their training at the discretion of the Doctoral Programme Committee||0||200|
|Teaching courses (seminars, tutorials, summer schools, ...) relevant to their training at the discretion of the Doctoral Programme Committee||0||30||Máx 15|
|Participation in the creation of products related to the doctoral thesis (patents, copyright...)||0||100||Máx 1hx1h|