List of Subject-Specific Competences
1. Capacity to understand and apply knowledge of Chemistry in solving qualitative and quantitative problems.
2. Good understanding of the fundamental theories, principles and concepts of Chemistry.
3. Capacity to interpret and evaluate data drawn from observation and measurement, relating such data to theory.
4. Capacity to recognise and analyse problems, and to plan strategies for their solution.
5. Skill at using, applying and developing analytical techniques.
6. In-depth knowledge and understanding of a specific area of Chemistry.
7. Knowledge of the frontiers of research and development in Chemistry.
8. Sufficient knowledge of English to be able to read, write and present papers, and to communicate with other scientists.
9. Capacity to plan, design and execute research projects.
10. Skill at using modern computer and communication techniques applied to Chemistry.
11. Ability to participate effectively in inter- and transdisciplinary teams working on projects related to Chemistry.
12. Mastery of Chemical terminology, nomenclature, conventions and units.
13. Knowledge of the main synthetic routes in Chemistry.
14. Knowledge of other scientific disciplines necessary for the comprehension of Chemistry.
15. Ability to present scientific information orally and in writing, to different types of audience or readers.
16. Skill at monitoring events or changes through the measurement and observation of chemical properties, systematically and reliably gathering data and documenting the events or changes observed.
17. Knowledge and application of Good Laboratory Practices and Quality Assurance.
18. Capacity to work with curiosity, initiative and enterprise.
19. Good knowledge of, and ability to apply and provide advice on legislation having to do with the field of Chemistry.
20. Skill at applying knowledge of Chemistry for the purposes of sustainable development.
21. Comprehension of the epistemology of science.