Contents initially included in the teaching guide are maintained. The workload of different teaching activities (theory classes, seminars and tutorials) is maintained.
The subject of M10 is to provide the students a suitable framework to show and discuss current topics in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. So far this subject has been covered through the European School on Molecular Nanoscience (ESMolNa2020). This time it was initially programmed from 17th to 22nd May 2020 in Peñíscola (Castellón, Spain), but it has been tentatively postponed to the second week of June (7th to 12th). If the event cannot be held in person, the Master's Coordination Commission has decided to cancel ESMolNa2020 and to provide the students with recorded material about the subject, prepared by professors involved in the Master courses as well as by prominent researchers working in the area.
In case that the event cannot be held in person, questions and discussion about the subject of M10 is planned to be given online using the common videoconference programs available in the participating universities (Blackboard collaborate, Teams, Zoom, etc.). This includes the possibility of students to give oral communication about their research results via videoconference. This part will be recorded and uploaded in the e-learning platform. It will be tentatively scheduled during the first week of June.
Students will be informed with at least 3 weeks in advance (i.e. before May 17th) if ESMolNa is going to be held in-person or online.
System and criteria for the evaluation:
If ESMolNa2020 can be held, the evaluation system will be maintained as planned.
In case the conference need to be held online, the evaluation will be:
- Research work oral communication: 20%
- Exam: 80%
Given that this exam will be carried out by small groups of students in each university (maxiumum of 3 students in the Universidad Miguel Hernández) and they have delayed to July, it will be attempted to do it “in person”. If the face-to-face examination would not be possible, it will be carried out telematically using the MS Teams videoconference.
ORDINARY: Monday, July 6, 2020 at 10:00 (9:00 in Canary Islands)
EXTRAORDINARY: Monday, July 20, 2020 at 10:00 (9:00 in Canary Islands)
Students will be informed with at least 10 days in advance (i.e. before June 26th) if the exams will be done “in person” or telematically.