CB6, To have with understanding knowledge about materials characterization with the use of microscopy techniques giving the basis and the opportunity of being original in the development and application of ideas, mainly in a scientific and researching context.
CB7, Students must apply their acquired knowledge on the techniques of microscopy and their skills for solving morphological, topographical, textural problems on new environments or little known within wider contexts (multidisciplinary) related with the field of study.
CB8, students should be able of integrating different knowledge and affronting the complexity of formulating reasons from one information that, although being incomplete or limited, had thoughts about social and ethical responsibilities associated to their knowledge and decisions.
CB9, students should be able to communicate their conclusions so last reasons to specialized and non-specialized public in a clear way without ambiguities.
CB10, Students must possess the learning skills that enable them to continue studying in a way that will be mainly self-directed or autonomous.
CG1, students must understand the need and therefore, the usefulness of microscopy in the frame of Materials Science and Engineering within both and industrial and research contexts.
CG2, students must know the best methods in order to perform microscopy of materials to finally work properly in a laboratory of materials and optimize how to obtain results.
CG3, Students should develop teamwork skills in a research context.
CG6, Students should acquire the necessary skills to defend a results report about microscopy in a scientific and industrial environment.
CG7, Students should acquire creative and decision-making strategies to address problems related to observation of materials by microscopy in relation to their subsequent design, manufacturing and performance.
CE6, Students should know how to interpret, discuss and make conclusions from the experimental data obtained using different techniques of microscopy in the world of Materials Science and Engineering.
EC 9, Students must consolidate the specific research skills in the field of Materials Science and Engineering.
CE10, Students must acquire knowledge and skills about techniques of microscopy to solve specific problems associated with the working in a research laboratory in the field of designe, development and characterization of materials.
Students should learned to:
1) Select a technique of microscopy suitable for obtaining specific information about a material.
2) Know the basics of the different techniques of microscopy:
- conventional Optical microscopy so as confocal.
- Scanning electron microscopy.
- Transmission electron microscopy-electron diffraction-STEM and contrast.
- Scanning tunneling microscopy.
- Atomic force microsocpy.
3) Know the most appropriate methods for sample preparation when using the different techniques of microscopy considered.
4) Know the most appropriate methods for the analysis of the results obtained from the performance of the tests associated with the use of different microscopes.
5) Know the best way to present the results of microscopy.
6) Infer and get general conclusions from different kind of images of materials from the correct interpretation of the results.