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Faculty of Computer Science
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Mestrado Universitario en Computación de Altas Prestacións / High Performance Computing (Mod. Presencial)
 Study programme competences / results

TypeA Code  
  Job guided
  AJ1 CE1 - Define, evaluate and select the most appropriate architecture and software to solve a problem
  AJ2 CE2 - Analyze and improve the performance of a given architecture or software
  AJ3 CE3 - Know the high performance computing basic concepts
  AJ4 CE4 - Deepen in the knowledge of different programming tools and programming languages in the field of the high performance computing
  AJ5 CE5 - Analyze, design and implement efficient parallel algorithms and applications
  AJ6 CE6 - Know the available tools for the distributed systems computing
  AJ7 CE7 - Know the emerging technologies in the supercomputing field
  AJ8 CE8 - Be able to apply the acquired knowledge, capabilities and aptitudes to the profesional environment, planning, managing and evaluating project in the high performance computing field
  AJ9 CE9 - Be able to state, model and solve problems that require high performance computing techniques
TypeB Code  
  Job guided
  BJ1 CB6 - Possess and understand the knowledge that give a baseline or opportunity to be original in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research environment
  BJ2 CB7 - The students have to know how to apply the acquired knowledge and their capacity to solve problems in new or hardly explored environment inside wider contexts (or multidiscipinary) related to its area of development
  BJ3 CB8 - The students have to be able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity to make judgments from information, despite being partial and limited, includes reflexions about the social and ethical responsabilities linked to the application of their judgements and knowledge
  BJ4 CB9 - The students have to be able to communicate their conclusions, their knowledge and the reasons that hold them to specialized and non specialized audience in a clear and unambiguous manner
  BJ5 CB10 - The students have to possess learning skills that allows them to continue to study in a mainly self-driven or autonomous manner
  BJ6 CG1 - Be able to search and select useful information to solve complex problems, using the bibliographic sources of the field
  BJ7 CG2 - Elaborate adqueately and originally written essays or motivated reasonings, write planings, work projects, scientific papers and formulate reasonable hypothesis
  BJ8 CG3 - Be able to maintain and extend properly funded theoretical hypothesis to allow the introduction and exploitation of novel and advanced technologies in the field
  BJ9 CG4 - Be able to plan and do research, development and innovation tasks in high performance computing related environments
  BJ10 CG5 - Be able to work in teams, specially multidisciplinary, and do a proper time and people management and decision taking
  BJ11 CG6 - Be able to understand and express in english, both written and spoken, information, ideas, knowledge, problems and solutions in the HPC environment
TypeC Code  
  Job guided
  CJ1 CT1 - Use the basic technologies of the information and computing technology field required for the professional development and the long-life learning
  CJ2 CT2 - Estimulate the capacity to work in transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary teams to offer proposals that contribute to the contribute to the economical, social and political sustainable development
  CJ3 CT3 - Be able to manage time and resources: develop plannings, priorize activities, identify criticism, establish and meet deadlines
  CJ4 CT4 - Value the importance of research, innovation and the technological development in the socioeconomical and cultural advance of the society
  CJ5 CT5 - Understand the importance of the enterpeneurship culture and know the resources available for entrepeneurs
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