Educational guide 2023_24
Escola de Enxeñaría de Telecomunicación
Máster Universitario en Ciencia e tecnoloxías de información cuántica
 Training and Learning Results

Choose A Code Training and Learning Results
  A1 Understand the domain, concepts, methods and basic techniques of quantum mechanics: mathematical formalism, postulates, operators, matrices, Bloch sphere, photonic states.
  A2 Know and acquire competence in experimental techniques for the processing of quantum information: interactions, measurements, oscillations, interference, communication systems, ...
  A3 Understanding and knowledge of the fundamentals of Quantum Information Theory, as well as two basic aspects of two four types of quantum technologies: computing, communications, metrology, simulation.
  A4 Know and be able to apply the physical theories inherent to the understanding of systems for quantum information processing, including quantum thermodynamics as well as advanced aspects of magnetism and quantum mechanics.
  A5 Know and understand the nature of the physical platforms for the processing of quantum information in solid state systems: superconducting systems, cryoscience and quantum materials, including or studying two topological states.
  A6 Know and understand the nature of the physical platforms for the processing of quantum information in photonic systems: quantum optics, integrated optical systems, opto-atomic systems, detection and measurement systems, semiconductor photonics.
  A7 Acquire and know how to apply the basic principles of quantum computing: analyze, understand and implement quantum algorithms, master the appropriate computer languages ​​as well as understand the paradigm of two quantum circuits.
  A8 Know the classical computing algorithms and strategies inspired by quantum computing: tensor networks, product states of matrices, etc.
  A9 Know and know how to apply advanced aspects of quantum computing: quantum learning, efficient quantum architecture, mode of operation of two quantum accelerators, high-performance computing, quantum systems based on rules and applications to numerical calculation.
  A10 Know scenarios of practical application of quantum computing in problems of scientific, technological and financial interest. Identify domains that exhibit quantum advantage. Know the institutions and companies that are actors in quantum computing, acquiring a perspective of the agenda that is reasonable to expect in the coming years.
  A11 Acquiring a solid foundation on quantum theory gives information on its application in quantum communications, as well as on the technology of two photonic devices used in quantum communications, both terrestrial and aerial and via satellite.
  A12 Acquire skills for the design and estimation of resources that allow the development of quantum communication channels and networks and distributed computing. Know the state of development and current implementation of quantum networks, and the plans for their expansion.
  A13 Know the strategies of quantum cryptography and its feasibility and solvency in the context of the quantum internet, the quantum chain of blocks and secret communications, acquiring a panoramic vision of two actors that will be essential in their deployment.
Choose B Code Knowledge
  B1 To nnow the theoretical foundations of quantum mechanics, the mathematical formalism, the axioms and simpler systems.
  B2 To acquire knowledge about quantum systems with many degrees of freedom as a means of storing and processing information.
  B3 To know the physical bases that allow encoding and processing information. Understanding of the new rules that Quantum Mechanics imposes for its processing.
  B4 To have knowledge of quantum computing, algorithms, circuits, its programming in different languages ​​and accessible platforms.
  B5 To have knowledge of quantum information theory, universal limitations, and their implications for computing, communications, and metrology.
  B6 To acquire knowledge about physical systems capable of implementing information processing in quantum degrees of freedom.
  B7 To have knowledge of quantum optics and the role and properties of light and its manipulation in quantum information processing and communications.
  B8 To learn about computational complexity, the new kinds of complexity, and the opportunities that quantum computing offers to address NP-class problems
  B9 To have knowledge about metrology and quantum sensing: theoretical principles and experimental implementations.
  B10 Knowledge about new solid-state quantum materials, their physical and topological properties.
  B11 Knowledge of quantum communications, theoretical principles and experimental implementations, both terrestrial and aerial and via satellite.
  B12 To have knowledge about quantum cryptography, its theoretical bases, existing implementations and the challenges they face.
  B13 To be aware of the physical and technical limitations of the implementation of quantum information treatment systems: noise, decoherence, etc., as well as the mitigation or correction strategies that are proposed.
  B14 To have knowledge of sets of problems in which quantum computing at its current stage of development can offer an advantage over classical computing: chemistry, biology, optimization, logistics, finance, etc.
  B15 To have knowledge of high-level aspects of quantum computing: learning quantum machines, quantum simulators, architectures, etc.
  B16 To have knowledge of quantum computer architectures, different platforms and "full stack".
  B17 To have knowledge of experimental techniques of quantum information and communication. Optical and solid state devices.
Choose C Code Skill
  C1 To analyze and break down a complex concept, examine each part and see how they fit together
  C2 To classify and identify types or groups, showing how each category is different from the others
  C3 To compare and contrast and point out similarities and differences between two or more topics or concepts
  C4 To evaluate and decide on the value of something by comparing it to an accepted standard of value
  C5 Analyze the causes and effects of a problem and look for ways to determine the causes or effects
  C6 To prepare precisely the questions relevant to a specific problem.
  C7 To search for the connection between form and function and shape materials for a specific purpose
  C8 To improvise solutions in a novel way to solve a problem.
  C9 Innovate and create something that did not exist before, such as an object, a procedure or an idea
  C10 Analyze the situation, think about the subject, the purpose, the sender, the receiver, the medium and the context of a message
  C11 Evaluate the messages, decide if they are correct, complete, reliable, reliable and up-to-date
  C12 To communicate using the norms expected for the chosen medium.
  C13 Actively participate in face-to-face activities in the classroom.
  C14 Allocate resources and responsibilities so that all members of a team can work optimally
  C15 To have a clear idea of ​​what is not working well and what improvements can be made.
  C16 Set goals for the group to analyze the situation, decide what outcome is desired, and clearly state an achievable goal
  C17 Create an environment where all members can contribute according to their abilities
Choose D Code Competences
  D1 Acquisition of tools and knowledge that allow the development of original and innovative ideas in a business or academic context.
  D2 Ability to solve problems in new or little familiar contours within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of ​​study.
  D3 Ability to integrate knowledge and deal with complexity before making judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities.
  D4 Knowing how to communicate your conclusions –and the knowledge and reasons that support them– to specialized and non-specialized audiences in a clear and ambiguous way.
  D5 Acquire learning skills that allow them to continue progressing in an autonomous way.
  D6 Maintain and expand well-grounded theoretical approaches to allow the introduction and exploitation of concepts and advanced developments in the various fields of quantum technologies.
  D7 Handle with ease and rigor the theoretical foundations and techniques of quantum systems: quantum communication, quantum information and quantum computing
  D8 Search and select useful information necessary to solve complex problems in the field of quantum technologies, managing the bibliographic sources of the subject.
  D9 Elaborate adequately and with originality written compositions or reasoned arguments, draft plans, work projects, scientific articles and formulate reasonable working hypotheses.
  D10 Use the basic tools of information and communication technologies (ICT) necessary for the exercise of his profession and for learning throughout his life.
  D11 Developing for the exercise of a respectful citizenship with the democratic culture, human rights and the gender perspective
  D12 Understand the importance of entrepreneurial culture and know the means available to entrepreneurs.
  D13 Develop the ability to work in interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary teams, to offer proposals that contribute to sustainable environmental, economic, political and social development.
  D14 Assess the importance of research, innovation and technological development, not socioeconomic and cultural progress of society.
  D15 Have the ability to manage time and resources: develop plans, prioritize activities, identify criticism, set deadlines and meet them
  D16 Being able to apply knowledge, skills and attitudes to business and professional reality, planning, managing and evaluating projects in the field of quantum technologies.
  D17 Being able to pose, model and solve problems that require the application of artificial intelligence methods, techniques and technologies
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