Course objectives are to train highly qualified researchers in this scientific field and with the power to conduct and develop research and projects with autonomy in economic and social activity and / or university environment sectors.
The skills to be acquired by doctoral students are:
a) Competence of knowledge and understanding capacity;
a.1) Systematic understanding capacity in the scientific study of geology, to enable them with deepen knowledge at the level of 1st and 2nd cycles in this field and gain sustainable basis to develop tasks autonomously in the research context;
a.2) To acquire scientific training and advanced techniques that give them skills and research methods associated with the scientific field of Geology allowing understand and solve new problems and situations in multidisciplinary contexts;
b) Application of knowledge and understanding Skills;
b.1) Ability to devise, design and implement major research projects in geology, developing management and technical monitoring coordination capabilities autonomously in the center of research in which they operate (Centre for Research in Science and Geological Engineering, CICEGe, or other), other research institutions or companies, respecting the requirements imposed by the academic quality and integrity standards;
c) Competency achievement of judgment / decision making;
c.1) Developing integration capabilities of knowledge in order to be able to critically analyze, evaluate and synthesize new ideas in complex situations always presenting solutions and proposing implementation of projects taking into account economic and social implications;
d) Communication skills;
e) Self-learning skills.
PhD (3rd Cycle)
Access to other programs
José Carlos Ribeiro Kullberg
It depends on the working method of each training course. The working time for the classes will be agreed with each PhD student, or when there are more than 10 students in each year, it will be agreed with all students of the programme.
Duration: 3 years
Credits: 180 ECTS
Mandatory scientifc areas
Conditions of admittance