Thesis - Information Systems
3rd Cycle Studies
Prior approval of a Thesis Project is required. Students must also enroll with any curricular units which they may be missing in order to complete the Doctoral Programme.
Reading scientific articles and other scientific literature, and conducting research work leading to the preparation of the thesis, in articulation with the supervisor. Early dissemination of results by writing and submitting articles for publication in peer-reviewed international journals, participation and paper presentation at international conferences with full-paper peer review, participation and presentation of research work in other scientific events, and the release of open-source software where appropriate are strongly encouraged.
The doctoral exam consists of the public discussion of the thesis, which must be original. No other forms of assessment apply.
Development of scientific research work leading to the preparation of an original Thesis in Informatics Engineering, specialization area of Information Systems, on the topic defined in the Thesis Project.
Competencies to be developed: Instrumental: analysis and synthesis, organization and planning, oral and written communication, knowledge in the area of studies, decision making. Personal: ability to work in an international context, ability to understand other experts, critical thinking. Systemic: self-learning, creativity, concern with quality, self-criticism and self-assessment, research.
Paulo José Osório Rupino da Cunha
A identificar caso-a-caso. / To be identified on a case by case basis.