New rules, coming out the "Bologna Declaration", leading to better compatibility and comparability of the European University degrees, as well as EU students mobility, presented a new challenge for creating Doctoral (PhD) Programs in Informatics.
Informatics Engineering is seen as a broad Body of Knowledge encompassing several aspects of Computing Engineering, Information Systems and Computer Science contributing to the Conceptualization, Specification, Implementation, Validation, Maintenance and Integration of Computer-based Systems.
The main objective of this Doctoral Program (ProDEI) is to promote excellence in the Applied Research in Informatics, including theoretical aspects behind the modeling and project stages of Computer-based Systems.
- Classes corresponding to 60 Credit Units (ECTS-European Credit Transfer System). Typically one Year
- Research work corresponding to 120 ECTS. Typically longer than two years.
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