Doctorates in Electrical and Computer Engineering are qualified to perform functions in sectors that require high scientific and technological competence in the areas of specialisation covered, which are:
These Doctorates are qualified to work in higher education institutions, in laboratories and research institutes, in industrial and service companies, and in public administration in their own countries or at international level. To achieve the required qualifications, doctoral students are encouraged to foster permanent innovation, and to develop research and technological skills from an international perspective, competing with the best in their domains. The research work carried out by these students is strongly interconnected with the activities of the associated R&D Units recognized by FCT, namely ISR-Coimbra, IT–Coimbra, INESC Coimbra, and CEMMPRE, and, whenever possible, related to R&D projects contracted through the UC or associated institutions.
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Candidates for a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering must have a master's degree in an area of engineering or science such as:
1. The following may apply for access to the cycle of studies leading to the doctoral degree:
Qualification for applying and working in higher education institutions, in the areas of specialization of the course and develop professional activity that requires high skills related to R&D in public and private laboratories and research institutes, in industrial and service companies, and in public administration, regional and local, namely: