|Wine culture||Bachelor||4 hours *||English||Second Semester (March-June)||The course is focused on any topic related to Wine Culture (history, literature, cinema, painting, new products, wines of the world, marketing, social aspects, economic aspects, tourism, research, tasting, etc.).||Enrique Durán Guerrero email@example.com|
|Numerical Methods II||Master||4 hours *||English||1st semester||Approximation of roots of functions, interpolation, numerical integration, approximation of initial value problems for differential equations||J. Rafael Rodríguez Galván firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Biomarkers and Biosensors||Bachelor||8 hours||English||April-May||Part of a subject corresponding to the knowledge related to biosensors: preparation, modification and application in several areas.||José María Palacios Santander email@example.com|
|Biosensors and biocommunicators||Master||8 hours||English||February-March||Part of a subject corresponding to the knowledge related to biosensors: preparation, modification and application in medical chemistry.||José María Palacios Santander firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Applications in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology||Master||8 hours||English||February-March||Part of a subject related to the application of nanomaterials in chemical (bio)sensing making use of electroanalytical techniques with the aim of determining analytes in different areas.||José María Palacios Santander email@example.com|
|Chemical Reaction Engineering||PhD||4 hours *||English||October, November or December, 2021.||– Chemical kinetic fundamentals.
– Chemical reactions phenomenology. – Stoichiometric equation and kinetic equation.
– Reaction mechanisms.
– Kinetic data analysis methods.
– Constant volume or density systems. – Variable volume or density systems. – Reversible reactions.
– Multiple reactions.
– Catalytic and autocatalytic reactions.
– Fundamentals of reactor design.
– Discontinuous reactor.
– Continuous reactors: perfect mixing and plug flow.
– Recirculating plug flow reactor.
– Comparison of ideal reactors.
– Multiple reactor systems.
– Ideal reactor design criteria for multiple reactions.
– Deviation from ideal flow models.
– Determination of RTD in reactors.
– Calculation of conversion.
– Non-ideal flow models.
– Axial dispersion model.
– In series tanks model.
– Combined or multi-parameter models.
|Ildefonso Caro firstname.lastname@example.org|
|GESTIÓN DE RECURSOS Y CAPACIDADES- ESTRATEGIAS DE EMPRESAS- ANALISIS SECTORIALES-CADENA DE VALOR||Bachelor||8 hours||English||Second semester (March-June)||https://asignaturas2.uca.es/
|Angel Cervera email@example.com|
|Food Biotechnology||Bachelor||4 hours *||English||Second semester (from March to May)||The main objective of this subject is to know those biotechnological processes involved in food production, as well as, to be able to organise and plan these processes and to know the effect thay they will have in their compositions, characteristics, and sensory profile. In addition, the most common food preservation treatments and the development of functional foods with health-promoting properties will be also covered through out the course.||Ana Belén Díaz Sánchez firstname.lastname@example.org|
|272007 “Drug Delivery” (Master Química Médica)||Master||8 hours||English||May/June 2022||1)Physiological, biochemical and chemical barriers to drug delivery; 2) Physicochemical properties, formulation and drug delivery;
3) The role of transporters in drug delivery and excretion;
4) Intracellular delivery and disposition of small molecular weight drugs;
5) Prodrugs approaches to drug delivery;
6) Liposomes and nanoparticles as drug delivery vehicles. Use of peptides, proteins and their conjugates;
7) Targeted drug delivery.
|Soil Science/ Edaphology/ Pedology||Bachelor||4 hours *||English||First semester||The main objectives of this subject are the following:
– To introduce the student to soil science and the basic knowledge of its components.
– To understand the physico-chemical properties of soil.
– To understand the conditioning factors and processes of genesis and evolution in order to characterise and classify the different types of soils.
– To know the bases of soil fertility and the processes of vine nutrition.
– To understand the relationship between vines and vineyard soils. Establish relationships between soil types and the organoleptic characteristics of wines.
|Ángel Sánchez Bellón email@example.com|
|NANOSCOPY OF MATERIALS||Master||8 hours||English||Second Semester||Acquire a specialization in the field of Materials Nanoscience and Technology from a practical point of view, especially linked to the characterization of materials by electron microscopy. The objective is that the student who takes the course can operate at a basic level in an Electron Microscope and also interpret the results obtained at a basic level. Operate at a basic level in the Atomic Force Microscope and address the interpretation of the results achieved.||Juan Carlos Hernández Garrido firstname.lastname@example.org|
*Teaching should be supplemented by other activities to complete 8h, for further information contact the coordinator.