Water, sustainability and development

The PhD Programme in Water, Sustainability and Development is framed as one of the strategic guidelines of the Water Campus (Agreement by the Galician Government Council, dated November 21, 2013, authorising the beginning of the specialisation process leading to the transformation from the Campus of Ourense of the University of Vigo to the Water Campus, and the Collaboration Protocol between the Galician Government and the University of Vigo for the implementation and development of the Strategic Plan, dated March 14, 2014).

The programme includes six areas of specialisation (Water Management, Social and Educational Innovation, Environment, ICTs, Tourism and Cultural Heritage and Food) which fall into the following three thematic research blocks: Water, Sustainability and Development

PhD programme web page

Academic Committee

The Royal Decree 99/2011 establishes that the PhD Programme Academic Committee (CAPD) is responsible for setting up, updating, coordinating and ensuring the quality of PhD Programmes, as well as for improving research and training and authorising the submission of dissertations.

The structure, make-up, competences and operation of Academic Committees is governed by the PhD Programmes Regulation of the University of Vigo (approved by the Governing Board on 20/07/2012).

Composition

Name Centre
José Eugenio López Periago Coordinator – Faculty of Sciences
Ana Mª Tobío Rivas Secretary- Faculty of Law
Julio Prada Rodríguez Faculty of History
Arno Formella Higher School of Computer Engineering
Miguel Ángel Michinel Álvarez Faculty of Law
Xosé Manuel Cid Faculty of Education Sciences
Marcos Álvarez Díaz Faculty of Business Sciences and Tourism
Carlos Fernando Da Silva Rámos Vice President Polytechnic Institute of Porto
António José Rocha Martins Da silva Vice Chancellor for Science, Technology and Innovation of the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro

Appointment

Request to the centres

Minutes

2016: 11/05/2016

Agreements

2016: 11/05/2016 | 29/06/2016

Collaboration with other centres

Collaboration protocol with the UTAD and the IPP.

Implementation process

28/07/2016 – Social Council: Approval of Final Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD programme.

22/07/2016 – Governing Board: Approval of the Final Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD Programme.

30/06/2016 – Campus Board: Approval of the Final Report proposal for submission to the competent body..

29/06/2016 – CAPD of the Water Campus: approval of the Final Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD Programme.

11/05/2016 – CAPD of the Water Campus: approval of the Initial Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD Programme.

06/05/2016 – Board of the Faculty of Law: approval of the formal adherence to the PhD Programme.

04/03/2016 – Permanent Committee of the EIDO: approval of the da declaration of interest of the PhD Programme.

01/03/2016 – Campus Board: declaration of interest favourable report from this Board.

The PhD Programme in Water, Sustainability and Development is framed as one of the strategic guidelines of the Water Campus (Agreement by the Galician Government Council, dated November 21, 2013, authorising the beginning of the specialisation process leading to the transformation from the Campus of Ourense of the University of Vigo to the Water Campus, and the Collaboration Protocol between the Galician Government and the University of Vigo for the implementation and development of the Strategic Plan, dated March 14, 2014).

The programme includes six areas of specialisation (Water Management, Social and Educational Innovation, Environment, ICTs, Tourism and Cultural Heritage and Food) which fall into the following three thematic research blocks: Water, Sustainability and Development

PhD programme web page

Academic Committee

The Royal Decree 99/2011 establishes that the PhD Programme Academic Committee (CAPD) is responsible for setting up, updating, coordinating and ensuring the quality of PhD Programmes, as well as for improving research and training and authorising the submission of dissertations.

The structure, make-up, competences and operation of Academic Committees is governed by the PhD Programmes Regulation of the University of Vigo (approved by the Governing Board on 20/07/2012).

Composition

Name Centre
José Eugenio López Periago Coordinator – Faculty of Sciences
Ana Mª Tobío Rivas Secretary- Faculty of Law
Julio Prada Rodríguez Faculty of History
Arno Formella Higher School of Computer Engineering
Miguel Ángel Michinel Álvarez Faculty of Law
Xosé Manuel Cid Faculty of Education Sciences
Marcos Álvarez Díaz Faculty of Business Sciences and Tourism
Carlos Fernando Da Silva Rámos Vice President Polytechnic Institute of Porto
António José Rocha Martins Da silva Vice Chancellor for Science, Technology and Innovation of the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro

Appointment

Request to the centres

Minutes

2016: 11/05/2016

Agreements

2016: 11/05/2016 | 29/06/2016

Collaboration with other centres

Collaboration protocol with the UTAD and the IPP.

Implementation process

28/07/2016 – Social Council: Approval of Final Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD programme.

22/07/2016 – Governing Board: Approval of the Final Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD Programme.

30/06/2016 – Campus Board: Approval of the Final Report proposal for submission to the competent body..

29/06/2016 – CAPD of the Water Campus: approval of the Final Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD Programme.

11/05/2016 – CAPD of the Water Campus: approval of the Initial Report (Explanatory Report) of the PhD Programme.

06/05/2016 – Board of the Faculty of Law: approval of the formal adherence to the PhD Programme.

04/03/2016 – Permanent Committee of the EIDO: approval of the da declaration of interest of the PhD Programme.

01/03/2016 – Campus Board: declaration of interest favourable report from this Board.