Master's Degree in Advanced Physics and Applied Mathematics
General information about master's theses
The Master's Thesis (TFM) must be viewed as another subject on the curriculum and, therefore, shall comply with the same general standards and regulations as other subjects.
The maximum number of registrations to pass the TFM subject is four plus one additional registration which shall be granted by the Centre for Postgraduate Studies management team upon approval by the master's management team.
Where the viva defence of the master's thesis cannot be held in the same academic year as the registration year, an annual registration may be granted for academic tutoring.
The registration for academic tutoring must be consecutive.
After enrolling for the TFM subject, students shall formalise the registration of their master's thesis project within the deadlines set for each degree programme.
Registration requests for the Master's Thesis shall be done via the following application: https://postgrau.uib.es/tfm
Bear in mind the following when filling in the form:
- Format of the thesis title (do not write everything in CAPITALS)
- Tutor name and surname(s), as well as his/her correct e-mail address
- Thesis script in PDF format not surpassing 100MB.
You may monitor your request in the same application.
Once the thesis project request has been accepted, students may submit their thesis within the deadlines set for each degree programme.
Submission comprises a two-step process:
- The first shall be done over the application: https://postgrau.uib.es/tfm
- The second shall be done by accessing the TFM subject for your degree programme on Aula Digital. Here you will need to submit the same file in the 'Master's thesis submission (final version)' task.
You need to take the following into account when filling in the form:
- The thesis document must be in PDF format not surpassing 100MB in size
- The Thesis cover, which can be found in the 'Master's forms' section
- The thesis distribution licence must be filled out via the same application.
You may monitor your request in the same application. When students and tutors sign the licence, they authorise the work to be published in the institutional repository for public consultation.
The master's management team may appoint one or several panels at the start of the academic year or appoint a specific panel for each thesis.
- The master's management team will send a copy of the thesis to the panel members
- The master's management team shall notify admin services regarding the panel members and the viva date, as well as release a public announcement
- The chair of the panel shall convene the other members, tutor(s) and/or joint tutors, and the author within at least ten and at most 15 working days
- Admin services shall produce the corresponding record of proceedings.
The mark awarded shall be included in students' academic record once all credits for the programme are passed.
Web resources from the UIB library: Definition, regulations and other topics related to plagiarism and how to avoid it.
Integridad académica y plagio (Academic integrity, plagiarism and how to include the ideas of others into our work): Author: González Teruel, Aurora - Date: 2019 - (Educational Innovation, University of Valencia) Video on YouTube
Information about accessing Turnitin reports: UIB Turnitin Webinar.
Since the first step to check for plagiarism comes from those tutoring theses, tutors are recommended to review the 'Resources on academic plagiarism and Turnitin' section on this website.
La informació específica està a la guia docent relativa al TFM.
- Calibración del radar meteorológico y derivación empírica de relaciones Z-R para un episodio de lluvias torrenciales en la Comunidad Valenciana
- Inferencia bayesiana para observaciones de ondas gravitacionales procedentes de fusiones de agujeros negros utilizando un nuevo modelo de señal.
- Magnetic field determination of chromospheric spicules using the Weak Field Approximation
- Multiple Time Dimensions: An Alternative to “Dark Energy”
- Predicting meteotsunamis in Ciutadella: BRIFS model evaluation for recent events and potential of ensemble forecasting
- Towards a Reformulation of the Hough Method for Continuous Gravitational Wave Searches
- Chiral Majorana modes in quantum anomalous Hall junctions
- Design and data validation of a low-cost tethered balloon sounding system
- Estudi de les característiques de l'embat a la conca de Palma amb el suport d'imatges satel·litàries
- Forecast sensitivity analysis of the November 7th 2014 medicane
- Mesoscale oceanic convergence and divergence: Quasi-geostrophic theory, analytical modeling and observations
- Takens' Theorem: Proof and Applications
- "Interacció de línies de turbonada amb orografia en simulacions numèriques idealitzades"
- Caracterització òptica d’un captador solar PV mitjançant tècniques de traçat de rajos
- Gravitational lensing effects on detection of gravitational waves
- Análisis multifractal de correlaciones en series temporales de sistemas económicos
- Characterization of the Hough all-sky search for continuous gravitational wave signals using LIGO data
- Diurnal moist convection in Mallorca under sea breeze conditions: idealized numerical experiments
- Following up the First Detection of Gravitational Waves with Numerical Relativity Simulations
- Re-entrant Spin Glass transition phenomenon studied by means of linear and nonlinear magneto-mechanical internal friction in Bulk Metallic Glasses
- Reversible Villari effect and magnetic transitions in policrystalline Dy.
- "Idealized numerical study of the pollutants dispersion over the sea-breeze cycle in the island of Mallorca"
- "Influence of physical and boundary factors on snow episodes over the Balearic Islands"