Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Thermodynamic Fluid Engineering - Introduction



Dr. Alberto Coronas   alberto.coronas(ELIMINAR)@urv.cat
Dr. Alberto Coronas (president)   Dr. Joan Carles Bruno Argilaguet (secretary)
Dr. Mahmoud Bourouis   Dr. Manel Vallès Resquera
Dr. Daniel Salavera Muñoz   Dr. José Juan Segovia Puras - Univ. Valladolid
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The main aim of doctoral studies is for students to acquire the following core competencies in addition to those which appear in the Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (MECES):

The doctoral programme in Thermodynamic Fluid Engineering is a multidisciplinary scientific and technological programme on energy sustainability in processes. Its general objective is to study energy transformations, working fluids and processes.

The doctoral programme in Thermodynamic Fluid Engineering is coordinated by the University of Valladolid and is organised jointly by the following four universities:

Participating universities:


Our graduates have excellent career prospects. Recent graduates have been hired in research institutes, technology centres, engineering consultant firms, renewable energy companies and other universities.