CB6 – Having knowledge and understanding that provides a basis or opportunity for originality in developing and/or applying ideas, often in a research context.
CB7 - That the students can apply their knowledge and their ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study.
CB8 - That students are able to integrate knowledge and handle complexity and formulate judgments based on information that, although incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
CB9 - That students can communicate their conclusions and the underpinning knowledge and rationale to specialists and non-specialists in a clear and unambiguous manner.
CB10 - Students must possess the learning skills that enable them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
CG1 - Know how to evaluate and select the appropriate scientific theory and precise methodology of their field of study to make judgments based on incomplete or limited information including, where necessary and appropriate, reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the solution that is proposed in each case.
CG2 - Being able to check the scientific literature, databases and analyze scientific and technical documents in English.
CG3 – Being able to prepare reports, presentations and scientific publications.
CG4 – Being able to conceive and design a research process.
CG5 – Being able to predict and control the evolution of complex situations by developing new and innovative working methodologies adapted to specific scientific / research, technological or professional contexts, usually multidisciplinary, where his/her activity is developed.
CG6 - Develop sufficient autonomy to participate in research projects and scientific and technological collaboration within their subject area, in interdisciplinary contexts and, where appropriate, with a high component of knowledge transfer.
CT1 – To be autonomous, dynamic and organized, with analytical and synthesis capacity, critical thinking skills and ability to be prospective.
CT3 - Being able to work in a team and adapt to multidisciplinary and international teams on different scales.
CT5 - Having the ability to make decisions and adapt to new situations.
CE3 - Being able to write programs in high-level programming languages and knowing the basics of parallelization and optimization that enable parallel execution of tasks in the context of the atomistic and multiscalecomputational modeling.
CE6 - Understanding the different time and length scales in nature and the physical-mathematical formalisms that can be applied in each of them.
CE10 - Understanding the physical laws that govern the behavior of nonequilibrium systems: relaxation processes and transport phenomena.
CE11 - Understanding the physical laws that govern the behavior of nonequilibrium systems: chemical reactivity, reaction-diffusion processes and phase changes in physicochemical and biochemical systems.
CE13 - Given a material, physical or chemical phenomenon or complex system to be modeled, being able to evaluate and select the time and length scales in which this phenomenon occurs.