1. Seminar-type activities: brown bag seminars organized by the students (in particular held by second and third year students) with the coordinator, the PhD commission and interested teachers, in which the students experiment and refine their skills: they present their work, share interesting read articles and results, dispense experiences they acquired, learn the ability to ask the right research questions and to develop research ideas starting from discussed topics. The aim is to foster the development of skills that underlie the daily work of researchers in the world of international R & D.
2. Participation in some Colloquium in Computer Science, a series of seminars to present research results by national and international experts in the main fields of computer science. Objective: to gain a thorough understanding of the state of the art at an international level in the main IT sectors.
the research activities carried out within the departmental research groups and laboratories, which constitute the most important daily tool for the training of the PhD students' skills, under the guidance of the supervisor are added to these activities. Everything is tought for supporting collaboration between students.
Participation in a series of seminars related to career development and job placement is also envisaged.
Method of admission to the final examination
Deadline submission of the thesis by October 30th.
Seminar by the student.
Sending the thesis to at least two international experts.
Report of the thesis committee based on the thesis, the seminar, and the two international experts.
Approval by the scientific board.
Discussion and presentation of research activities and research results obtained in front of a commission of researchers of three members of high international profile, on rectoral appointment.