Ph.D. in Software, Systems and Computing

Seminars

The PhD in Software, Systems and Computing programme includes specialized seminar-based research training in the programme field.

The list of seminars shall be established every academic year in order to provide students with an academic offering that is open and aligned with the educational demands of the market and state of the technology at any time. These seminars will be taught by reputed specialists in particular topics, guest lecturers from both national and international higher education institutions, as well as, occasionally, from companies conducting research.

The seminars scheduled to date for the current academic year are listed below; this provisional list will be updated with other seminar proposals throughout the year.

The specified seminar dates and times are tentative and subject to possible last-minute changes or cancellations due to guest lecturer scheduling problems.

Seminars:

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This table shows the proposed seminars for this Academic Year. The information of every seminar are the columns of the table. They are the title of seminar, the teacher, the teacher's entity and the dates of the seminar.

TITLE LECTURER AFFILIATION DELIVERY DATE
Gaming and computing: an inseparable part of 21st-century society José Luis Fuertes (coord.)
María Mira
ETSIInfUPM
Ingenium Desarrollo Inteligente
22, 24, 25, 31 January
Foundations of Computability Theory Roberto Giacobazzi
ETSIInf, UPM
17, 18, 23, 24 April, 07, 08, 09, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 May
IMDEA Software Institute Research Talks Manuel Carro (coord.)
IMDEA-Software Institute
October-June

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Students who would like to attend a seminar shall have to register by using the form no later than five days before the start of the seminar.

Students are advised that they should attend at least one seminar per semester (on average). The number of seminars offered and total number of seminar hours shall vary every year depending on the availability of guest lecturers, although there shall be a guaranteed offering of at least 10 seminars per year.