Teaching activity XXXV cycle

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The l teaching program of the Doctorate consists of a total of 36.5 CFU (1CFU = 8 hours of lessons) divided as follows:

  • 8 compulsory courses for a total of 23.5 CFU, of which 6 internal DAGRI (CFU) and 2 complementary  skylls (7.5 CFU) organized by the University of Florence . This activity must be completed in the first year.
  • 14 CFU of free choice educational activity of which 6 CFU mandatory selected among the University's complementary skills. This activity must be completed within the second year.

The remaining 8CFU are at the discretion of the student between participation in conferences, congresses and workshops, summer and winter schools. This activity must be completed within the third year of the doctorate.  


Stefano Benedettelli  compulsory curse: Deepening of Statistics   ( 7 CFU)

Stefano Biricolti  compulsory curse: Biological risk safety  (1 CFU)

Giovanni Mastrolonardo  compulsory course: Critical analysis, drafting and revision of a scientific article (1 CFU)

Cristina Vettori compulsory curse: Criteria for the drafting of a reserach project   (2 CFU)

Elena Paoletti  compulsory curse: The concept of principal investigator  (1 CFU)

*Riccardo Bozzi, Luisa Ghelardini curse: Programming and manipulation of data in R  ( 3 CFU)

*Federico Mattia Stefanini  curse:   Computational statistics  (3 CFU)

** UniFi: Occupational safety and health course
Jessica Ann Thon : English Academic writing   (5 CFU)
Tessa Pazzini and  Federico Rotini (U.F.patent and Spin off): Intellectual property and copyright (2,5 CFU)

* Mandatory to attend at least one of the two courses

** Mandatory  course for all university staff and students to be authorized to carry out reserach and    training activities. The course is partly online and partly in the classroom and takes place in the period November-February of the  first year of the course

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