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Doctoral thesis defense dates


  • Día 9 de septiembre de 2021, a las 11:00 hh. Defensa de la tesis doctoral de doña María Cocina Fernández de Córdoba "Photoassiste Synthesis of Nanoporous Carbon Materials". La defensa se efectuará en el Salón de Actos del edificio Severo Ochoa del Campus de El Cristo. Seguimiento virtual en  

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  • Día 9 de septiembre de 2021, a las 12:00 hh. Defensa de la tesis doctoral de doña Lidia Fernández Gutiérrez "Bullying y resiliencia en estudiantes de enfermeria de la Universidad de Oviedo ". La defensa se en el Salón de Actos de Enfermería de la Facultad de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud  
  • Día 15 de septiembre de 2021, a las 16:00 hh. Defensa de la tesis doctoral de don Helbert Eduardo Espitia Cuchango "Sistema de control neuro-difuso basado en relaciones booleanas ". La defensa se efectuará en Sala Virtual   

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  • Día 15 de septiembre de 2021, a las 17:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de doña Clarissa Murru "Potencial tecnológico de los puntos cuánticos de carbono antioxidantes: el impulso hacia metodologías verdes y nanotecnología sostenible. ". Defensa presencial en Sala de Grados de la Facultad de Química. Enlace a seguimiento virtual (pendiente publicación)
  • Día 16 de septiembre de 2021, a las 11:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de doña Marta Armesto Arias "La dramatización: Una herramienta clave para la inteligencia emocional en Educación Infantil". Defensa presencial en Sala de Grados de la Facultad de Formación del Profesorado y Educación. 
  • Día 16 de septiembre de 2021, a las 12:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de doña Johanna del Carmen Peña Vivas "El uso del triptofano en el tratamiento de los sofoco, astenia e insomnio en pacientes con cáncer de próstata, mama y cérvico-uterino". Defensa presencial en Sala E2 del Área de Docencia de la Universidad de Oviedo en el Hospital Central Universitario de Asturias.   
  • Día 23 de septiembre de 2021, a las 16:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de doña Tatiana Milena Juliao Lemus "Estudio de la porosidad orgánica con la evolución térmica en rocas generadoras cretácicas de la cuenca Valle Medio del Magdalena, ". Defensa en Sala Virtual:

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  • Día 24 de septiembre de 2021, a las 11:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de don César Ripoll Dono "La obra escultórica experimental de Herminio Álvarez Fernández. El espacio magnético cinético". Defensa presencial en Sala de Grados del Departamento de Historia del Arte y Musicología.
  • Día 24 de septiembre de 2021, a las 11:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de doña Sigita Doblyte "Una cuestión de contexto: Influencias culturales e institucionales sobre la búsqueda de atención sanitaria en afecciones mentales comunes en Lituania y España". Defensa presencial en Sala de Grados de la Facultad de Economía y Empresa. Enlace a seguimiento virtual
  • Día 1 de octubre de 2021, a las 10:00 hh. Defensa de tesis doctoral de don Roberto Gutierrez González "“Enfoques didácticos sobre la enseñanza de las lenguas en la Educación de Adultos Un estudio sobre las perspectivas metodológicas del profesorado asturiano”". Defensa presencial en la Sala de Grados Catedrático José Vicente Peña Calvo de la Facultad de Formación del Profesorado y Educación

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Doctoral Thesis

  • Rules to elaborate the thesis
  • The doctoral thesis as a compilation of publications
  • International Mention
  • Thesis under joint supervision with foreign universities
  • Reading of the thesis:

Reading of the theses

Rules to elaborate the thesis

The thesis shall be written in Spanish. However, it can be drawn up in another language of the European Union if the PhD Committee authorises it, and as long as the summary and conclusions are written in Spanish. The thesis can also be written in Asturian language, but the same above-mentioned conditions apply.

The following information must appear on the cover and on the first page of the thesis:

  • "Universidad de Oviedo", together with the institutional coat-of-arms
  • PhD Programme
  • Title of the thesis
  • Author

The doctoral thesis as a compilation of publications

The doctoral thesis can be submitted as a compilation of publications of the doctoral student about an specific line of research. Of these publications, at least three articles or chapters must have been published or accepted for its publication after the student began his/her doctoral studies, and they must be published in a journal included in the Science Citation Index (or its equivalent according to the National Evaluation Committee for Research Activities -CNEAI as per the Spanish acronym). The thesis director have to prove that the scientific input provided by the doctoral student to these works has been significant.

If the thesis is submitted under this category, it must include the following items:

  1. An introduction justifying the thematic unit of the thesis and the support bibliography
  2. The objectives
  3. A discussion of the results
  4. The conclusions
  5. A complete copy of the pieces of work displaying the name and stance of the author and of all the co-authors, if any, as well as the complete reference of the journal or publishing house that published the articles or that accepted the articles for their publication, in which case, proof of that acceptance must be submitted
  6. A report stating the impact factor of all of the publications submitted. In those areas in which this criterion is not applicable, it shall be replaced by the criteria set by the National Evaluation Committee for Research Activities in each scientific fields

Those articles or pieces of works which are part of a thesis submitted as a compilation of publications cannot be included in any other thesis submitted under the same category.

International Mention

The International Mention consists of a distinction in the Doctor Degree. It can be requested as long as the following requirements are met:

  1. That during the research period the student has spent at least 3 months outside Spain in a higher education institution or a prestigious research centre, studying or carrying out research. This stay must be acknowledged by the thesis director and must be certified by the manager of the research group of the institution where the student completed this stay.
  2. That some sections of the doctoral thesis: the summary and the conclusions, are drawn up and submitted in one of the customary languages of scientific communication in that specific area of knowledge, and different from any of the official languages in Spain. This requirement won't be applicable when the stay, reports and experts come from a Spanish speaking country.
  3. That the thesis has a previous report of at least two PhD holders who are experts on the field and who belong to a higher education institution or research institute different from the one the student completed his/her stay and not from Spain..
  4. That the Board of Examiners is comprised by at least one PhD holder who is an expert on the field and belongs to a higher education institution or research institute different form the ones mentioned in section 1) and 3).

Thesis under joint supervision with foreign universities

It is possible to develop the doctoral thesis under joint supervision with a foreign university with the purpose of obtaining a PhD recognition from both Universities. This requires the mobility of the doctoral students between both universities with a minimum stay of 6 months in each University. The thesis will be defended once in any of the Universities, but the student must be enrolled in both institutions. The thesis must be submitted and accepted for publication in both Universities.

To do this, the University of Oviedo and the foreign University have to sign a specific agreement. The proposal of signing an agreement has to come from the body responsible for the programme and be submitted to the PhD Committee for its approval.

Reading of the thesis:

 

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