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Dissertation - Electromechanical Engineering

Code 15277
Year 2
Semester A1
ECTS Credits 42
Workload OT(30H)
Scientific area Electromechanics
Entry requirements In order for a student to obtain a master's degree, he must develop a final paper in the form of a dissertation of a scientific nature, autonomously under the guidance of a Professor of the Department and / or the Electromechanical Engineering course or, in the case where the supervisor be external, a coorientator who is a Professor of the Department and / or Electromechanical Engineering course.
Learning outcomes The dissertation course of the cycle of studies leading to master's degree in electromechanical engineering is characterized by having 42 ECTS corresponding to a total volume of work 1120 hours, with the aim of integrating the knowledge acquired during the study plan.
The student should develop the capacity for initiative, autonomy, and synthesis research in solving the problem proposed, under the guidance of a professor of electromechanical engineering, promoting the realization of work integrating the different scientific areas of the course and where possible in collaboration with industry.
Syllabus Each work is subjected to a structured plan for teacher mentor approved by the course.
Main Bibliography Set by the supervisors in each work.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The final master's work presupposes a work of scientific nature on a subject framed in at least one scientific area of the master's course. It should have a framing component and a critical discussion of the literature and a theoretical, experimental and / or simulation exercise component that promotes an innovative approach to the chosen topic. It should also present a concluding summary and suggestions for future work. The research work to be carried out should, typically, be the result of an in-depth analysis of the literature and is fundamentally intended to propose a solution that is relevant from the theoretical point of view and, as far as possible, generalized to Electromechanical Engineering
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2024-06-12

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