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Engineering and Architecture


Doctorado en Agroalimentación

  • Branch of knowledge: Engineering and Architecture
  • Places available: 9
  • Programme coordinator: Remedios Marin
  • Departments involved:
    • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
    • FOOD TECHNOLOGY
    • AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS AND ENGINEERING
    • AGRARIAN PRODUCTION
  • Universities involved:

    Public University of Navarre (UPNA)



Overview


Overview

 The Doctoral Programme in Agrifood is aimed at students and professionals with educational backgrounds in agricultural engineering, environmental engineering, food engineering, agricultural and environmental sciences, food technology, geography, biology, chemistry, pharmacy, nutrition and dietetics, earth sciences, engineering or any other subject endowing them with basic knowledge about water, soil and land, and food science, technology and engineering.

Master’s degrees available at the UPNA providing suitable pathways for entry:

  • · Master’s in Agricultural Engineering
  • · Master’s in Environmental Agrobiology
  • · Master’s Degree in Agrobiotechnology
  • · Master’s Degree in Land and Water Management
  • · Master’s Degree in Agrifood Industry Technology and Quality

 

Academic committee

Admission

Places available, Entry Pathways and Admission Criteria.

Lines of research

 

 

Research and teaching staff

  • Professor-Researcher Team 1

Line of research: Engineering and the Rural Environment

  • Professors who support Team 2

Innovation in Food Processes and Products

  • Professor-Researcher Team 3

Food: Quality, Sustainability and Health

Doctoral programme quality and documents
Verifica Report
Aneca Assessment Report
Council of Universities Report

Guide to the Agrifood Programme

Research and teaching staff


Investigacion y profesorado

 

Tesis


 La estudiante de doctorado Yareth Hernández Acosta ha asistido a las III Jornadas Doctorales del Grupo 9 de Universidades (G-9) que se celebraron en Almagro (Ciudad Real) los pasados días 5, 6 y 7 de Noviembre. En estas Jornadas, organizadas por la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, dicha estudiante del Programa de Doctorado en Agroalimentación obtuvo el Premio al Mejor Póster otorgado por los doctorandos participantes en la rama de Ingeniería y Arquitectura por el trabajo titulado “Nuevas Tecnologías de Conservación Aplicadas a la Yema de Huevo” correspondiente a la tesis que desarrolla en el Departamento de Tecnología de Alimentos de la Universidad Pública de Navarra bajo la dirección de la Dra. Teresa Fernández García.