Máster en Tecnologías de Procesado de Materiales
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
EUR 84 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* El precio para estudiantes no comunitarios no residentes es sólo aproximado ya que cada tarifa académica es diferente.
The completion of a classic program typically entails earning 60 ECTS credits.
Master's Degree Duration: One academic year.
- 625701 Processing of advanced metallic and ceramic materials
- 625702 Processing of advanced polymeric and composite materials
- 625703 Tests and characterization of materials
- 625704 Non-destructive testing and failure analysis
- 625706 Coatings and surface treatments
- 625709 Material joining processes
- 625708 Nanotechnology and nanomaterials
- 625705 Design, analysis, and simulation in materials processing
- 625710 additive manufacturing technologies
- 625711 Materials in the transport sector
- 625712 Materials in the energy sector
- 625713 Materials in the health sector
- 625714 Master's final project
- CB6 - Possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context
- CB7 - That students know how to apply the knowledge acquired and their ability to solve problems in new or little-known environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of study
- CB8 - That students are able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of formulating judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments
- CB9 - That students know how to communicate their conclusions, and the ultimate knowledge and reasons that support them, to specialized and non-specialized audiences in a clear and unambiguous way
- CB10 - That students have the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous
- CG01 - Possess skills for continuous, self-directed, and autonomous learning (lifelong learning).
- CG02 - Oral and written communication skills to prepare and defend technical reports and research projects
- CG03 - Ability to work in a team, lead, direct, plan, and supervise multidisciplinary work groups.
- CG04 - Ability to integrate knowledge, analyze it and make decisions to solve a problem with social and ethical responsibility, combining professional deontology with the legislation and regulations of each industrial sector.
- CG05 - Ability to apply the knowledge acquired to the research and development of new or/and improved materials processing technologies for strategic sectors.
- CG06 - Ability to estimate the production costs of different materials processing technologies.
- CG07 - Ability to evaluate and select technical alternatives related to materials processing technologies.
- CG08 - Ability to identify emerging technologies applicable in the processing of materials.
- CG09 - Ability to apply the knowledge acquired in the field of materials processing with sensitivity towards environmental issues and energy saving.
- CE01 - Ability to select, design and optimize the processing methods of the most effective metallic materials
- CE02 - Ability to select, design and optimize the processing methods of the most effective ceramic materials
- CE03 - Ability to select, design and optimize the processing methods of the most effective polymeric materials
- CE04 - Ability to select, design and optimize the processing methods of the most effective composite materials.
- CE05 - Ability to apply the analysis and simulation of systems and processes in order to reduce the number of trials and preliminary tests in manufacturing processes.
- CE06 - Ability to develop and design test and characterization methodologies for quality control in material processing.
- CE07 - Ability to identify and evaluate the failure of structural components, associated with their processing and their behavior in service.
- CE08 - Understanding of the relevance of surfaces and their role in the behavior of a material, as well as the main processing methods and surface characterization of materials.
- CE09 - Ability to use different inspection techniques based on non-destructive testing methods for quality control in material processing.
- CE10 - Knowledge of nanomaterials, their properties, and processing methods
- CE11 - Ability to identify, select and innovate in materials joining processes based on service requirements.
- CE12 - Ability to apply knowledge of additive manufacturing to materials processing
- CE13 - Ability to select and apply materials processing techniques in the transport sector
- CE14 - Ability to select and apply materials processing techniques in the power generation sector
- CE15 - Ability to select and apply materials processing techniques in the health sector
- CE16 - Ability to apply the necessary methodologies for initiation into research, development, and innovation within the field of materials processing technologies.
- CE17 - Ability to carry out, present and defend in a public session before a court, an original research, development, and/or innovation project in material processing technologies carried out individually,