The IMDEA Software Institute hosts a research presentation every week. All enrolled students are expected to make at least one presentation per semester, and all students are expected to attend all (or, at least, most) presentations. Student advisers may periodically check that students are actually following and understanding the presentations and establishing the right connections (when applicable) with their own field of study in order to assess their maturity, and also check the quality of the presentation.
|SSC2||Analysis and synthesis of solutions to problems requiring innovative approaches to the definition of the computational infrastructure, processing and analysis of heterogeneous data types||A|
|SSC7||Evaluation and application of diverse mathematical and statistical theories, and available knowledge extraction and discovery processes, methods and techniques for large data volumes||A|
|SSC8||Application of the theoretical and mathematical foundations of heterogeneous functions and data processing and analysis and evaluation and design of related methods for application in practical domains||A|
|Code||Learning Outcome||Associated competences||Proficiency level|
|RA-DIAP-4||Be familiar with examples of real applications and research trends and lines||SSC2, SSC7||S|
|RA-DIAP-6||Select and apply optimization methods to specific problems||SSC8||A|
Subject learning guide for Weekly Presentation Series: Spring Term