TFMs: General information

In the third four-month period the student must perform a final project or supervised work in a ward with Program partner company with a dedication equivalent to 15 ECTS.


The final project is to develop a work of theoretical or applied nature. In many of the theoretical projects are intended to make the student a critical review of some research work recently published in the appropriate fields to the theme of each work, comparing the different alternatives, or even proposing new alternatives that may be studied further in a future doctoral thesis. Projects of applied type are implemented in the analysis, study and problem solving with real data on which to apply modern techniques of Statistics and Operational Research.

Supervised works in a partner company's aim to Interunivesity Program of Postgraduate Course that students analyze and study the problems of the area of Statistics and Operational Research who are interested in collaborating companies. Companies in most cases have already developed agreements and projects with university departments that work with this Program. In all cases the student of the final project or supervised work be supervised by a licensed teacher at the Program.

A reference for a Master Thesis work may be chosen from any of the research contained in the PhD.

Regulation and regulation of asignation of projects

In this link, you may be some indication of the minimum content and format of the Master's Thesis (MTE_PlantillaTFM.pdf). * .rar File that you download also contains a sample template LaTeX (MTE_PlantillaTFM.tex) and the logos of the three universities organizing the Master (logoUDC.pdf, logoUSC.pdf and logoUVigo.pdf).

 

Members of the two courts:

President: José A. Vilar Fernández, Mercedes Conde Amboage as secretary and Leticia Lorenzo Picado as vocal.

Alternate court: Mª Carmen Iglesias Pérez.

President: Ignacio García Jurado, María Isabel Borrajo García as secretary and Juan Carlos Pardo Fernández.

Alternate court: Mª Carmen Iglesias Pérez.


Regardless of the type of work, it is up to the student to send their TFM to one of the coordinators of the master's degree and to confirm the correct receipt of the work. The delivery will be made only in electronic format. In addition, the student must also follow any procedure indicated by the university in which he or she is enrolled.
In case a student does not authorize the publication of his/her TFM in the MTE's website, he/she must provide a summary of no less than two pages where, in addition, the reasons for not authorizing the dissemination of the report via the website are stated.

Call of January:

The delivery date of the works will be until February 2, 2022. It is the student's responsibility to send their TFM to one of the coordinators of the master's degree and confirm that it has been correctly received. The submission will only be made in electronic format. Students must also follow any procedure indicated by the university where they are enrolled.
The reading will be  February 16, 17 and 18, 2022.

Call of July:

The delivery date of the works will be until June 13, 2022.
The reading will be  June 27, 28, 29 and 30, 2022.

Call of September (in principle only for students enrolled at UDC and USC):

The delivery date of the works will be until September 1, 2022.

The reading will be September 12, 13 and 14, 2022.

 

The maximum time of exhibition will be 25 minutes. Also it will be able to be done by video conference.