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Specialization courses

The doctoral courses offered by EIDEMAR have the quality standards endorsed by the heads of the various Doctorate Programs and by the Management Committee of the Doctoral School, divided into Transversals and Specifics, the first of which have been designed to attend the Specialized training of doctoral students of various programs. Its validation is automatic for the corresponding hours within the specific type of Training Courses.

The course management is carried out by FUECA, whose website has enabled a specific link to advertise them and through which the entire process is managed, from the registration to the issuing of the corresponding certificates (http: // training. Fueca.org/doctorales/). Each course has one or several coordinators, which are available by e-mail for any clarification required by interested doctoral candidates. 

Courses planned 2016

The following section lists the courses currently on offer, although this list should not be considered complete, as the list of courses on offer is constantly being updated.

 

General

– Underwater intervention scientific tools and diving management (16/30 May). Facultad de Ciencias del Mar y Ambientales, CACYTMAT, Instalaciones Deportivas, Labimar (including practices) (50 hours). Coordinator: Manuel Bethencourt Núñez.

  • Erasmus Mundus Doctoral programme in Marine and Coastal Management

 

Doctoral programme in Marine Science and Technology

– Use of stable isotopes in water ecology (11-19 January). Campus de Puerto Real (50 hours). Coordinators: Juan José Vergara and Fernando G. Brun.

– Scientific Python: applications in oceanography (27-29 January) (25 hours). Coordinator: Irene Laiz Alonso.

– Energy and environmental efficiency in ships and harbour facilities (22 February-4 March) (25 hours). Coordinator: Enrique Nebot.

– Visualisation and advanced analysis of ocean-meteorological information: climatology, reanalysis and remote detection analysis (29 February-11 March). Campus de Puerto Real (50 hours). Coordinator: Alfredo Izquierdo González.

– Theory and practice of beach regeneration. A solution to coastal erosion? (11-15 April) (25 hours). Coordinator: Juan José Muñoz Pérez.

– Biotechnology applied to marine organisms (23 May-3 June). Campus de Puerto Real and IFAPA – EL Toruño (50 hours). Coordinator: Laureana Rebordinos.

Doctoral programme in Management and Conservation of the Sea

– Protection of coastal and marine areas (20-22 January). CASEM – Puerto Real (25 hours). Coordinator: Javier García Sanabria.

– Practical marine ecotoxicology: novel approaches (4-10 May). ICMAN-CSIC (25 hours). Coordinator: Ignacio Moreno Garrido.

 

Doctoral programme in Maritime History and Archaeology

– The maritime city and its relationship with the landscape; methodology of analysis and case studies (16 May – 1 June). Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (50 hours).- M. Bustos, A. Gullón, L. Lagóstena and E. Martín.

– Marine archaeology and archaeology of the South West. Research centres and archaeological sites (22-24 June). Work trip with visits to outstanding sites (50 hours). A. Arévalo, D. Bernal, S. Domínguez and J. Ramos.

 

Doctoral programme in Marine Resources

– Basic techniques in aquaculture (19-23 September) (25 hours). IFAPA – ICAMN CSIC – Campus de Puerto Real. Coordinators: Juan Miguel Mancera, Carmen Sarasquete and Catalina Fernández.

– Study of biological parameters in the evaluation of fishing resources (26 October-24 November) (50 hours). IEO – Campus de Puerto Real. Coordinator: Ignacio Sobrino Yraola.