Organización del Máster en Ingeniería del Software – EMSE - UPM. Imagen del Campus de Excelencia Internacional con la fachada de uno de los bloques de edificios de la Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Informáticos de la UPM.

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Academic commission

Participating Departments

Computer Science School
Technical University of Madrid

Program Director

Jaime Ramírez
Associate Professor
jramirez@fi.upm.es
Phone: (+34) 91 067 2978

Program Coordinator

Angélica de Antonio
Associate Professor
angelica@fi.upm.es
Phone: (+34) 91 067 2710

Program Administrative Officer

María Fernández
Administrative Officer
maria.fernandez@upm.es
Phone: (+34) 91 067 2754

Escuela Superior de Ingenieros Informáticos Postgraduate Office

 
Ángeles Ávila
Head
Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Informáticos Postgraduate Office
secretaria@fi.upm.es
Phone: (+34) 91 067 2753

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Vice-Rector for Academic Strategy and Internationalization

José Miguel Atienza
Associate Professor
Vice-Rector for Academic Strategy and Internationalization
vicerrector.estrategiaacademica@upm.es
Phone: (+34) 91 336 6045

General information about the European Master on Software Engineering

master.emse@fi.upm.es

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Academic Staff

100% of the professors in the European Master in Software Engineering have a Ph.D. and have a full time contract with the UPM (5 Full Professor, 20 Associate Professor, 3 Assistant Professors, and 5 researchers with venia docendi).

75% of all the professors hold a permanent position.

More information:

This table shows the name, the position and the office for each professor of the Master

NamePositionOffice
de Antonio, AngélicaAssociate professorD-5108
Barambones, José MaríaAssistant professorD-5106
Caballero, JuanResearcher with venia docendiIns. IMDEA Sw – 376
Calvo-Manzano, José A.Associate professorD-5107
Carro, ManuelAssociate professorD-2304/026 (IMDEA Software Institute)
Dieste, ÓscarAssociate professorD-5106
Ferré, XavierAssociate professorD-5112
Fiore, DarioResearcher with venia docendiIns. IMDEA Sw – 372
Gorla, AlessandraResearcher with venia docendiIns. IMDEA Sw – 350
Guarnieri, MarcoResearcher with venia docendiIns. IMDEA Sw – 350
Feijoo, ClaudioFull professorD-5203
Fuertes, José LuisAssociate professorS-1005
Hermenegildo, ManuelFull professorD-2212
Herranz, ÁngelAssociate professorD-2309
Imbert, RicardoAssociate professorD-5112
Juristo, NataliaFull professorD-5104
Mariño, JulioAssociate professorD-2308
Martínez, LoïcAssociate professorS-1005 / D-2303
Medinilla, NelsonAssociate professorD-5109
Menasalvas, ErnestinaFull professorD-4302
Moral, CristianAssociate Professor5110
Moreno, PedroResearcher with venia docendiIns. IMDEA Sw
Moreno, Ana M.Full professorD-5101
Muñoz, SusanaAssociate professorD-2310
Quevedo, PilarAssociate professorD-5216
Ramírez, JaimeAssociate professorD-5112
Rodríguez, PilarAssistant professorD-6203
San Feliu, TomásAssociate professorD-5107
Segovia, JavierAssociate professorD-2302
Silva, AndrésAssociate professorD-5111
Susur Saurina Lucini, EbruAssistant professorD-5217
Vegas, SiraAssociate professorD-5105
Villalba, ElenaAssociate professorD-5110

Campus de la Excelencia Internacional de Montegancedo. Imagen del bloque de los edificios con el lago en frente y el paisaje natural que rodea las instalaciones donde se imparte el Máster en Ingeniería del Software – EMSE - UPM.

Campus of International Excellence

The Master is taught in the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Informáticos (Computer Science School) at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and its students have access to all the resources and facilities of the School.

The Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Informáticos is located in the Campus of International Excellence Montegancedo, Boadilla del Monte, Madrid.

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Campus de la Excelencia Internacional de Montegancedo. Imagen de un grupo de estudiantes en el entorno natural que rodea las instalaciones donde se imparte el Máster en Ingeniería del Software – EMSE - UPM. Enlace para descargar la foto original: Foto propia UPM

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Course 2021 – 2022

Entry

For the entry and admission to the Master in Software Engineering is necessary apply online at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid‘s online application page.

Key dates

FIRST PERIOD
    • Ordinary application period: from February 1, 2021 to June 30, 2021.
    • Publication of lists of admitted students: March 22, May 14, June 14, July 16.
    • Extraordinary application period: from 16 November 2021 to 15 January 2022.
    • Publication of student lists admitted in the extraordinary period: December 13 2021, January 15 2022.
    • Regular enrollment period: from July 20 to August 4, 2021.
    • Extraordinary enrollment period: from 6 to 10 September, 2021.
    • Start of classes: 13 September, 2021.
    • End of classes: 14 January, 2022.
    • Examination period: from 17 to 27 January, 2022.
SECOND PERIOD
    • Application period: from November 16, 2021 to January 15, 2022.
    • Publication of lists of admitted students: December 13, 2021, January 20, 2022.
    • Enrollment period: from 7 to 13 February 2022.
    • Start of classes: 31 January 2022.
    • End of classes: 23 May 2022.
    • Evaluation period: from May 30 to June 10, 2022.
    • Deferred examination period / referral: from June 23 to July 8, 2022.
    • Course end: mid July.

Enrollment

After being admitted to Master’s program, enrolment can be done on-line (you could need Appointment online Enrolment) on the above the dates. In any case, students must make sure that they comply with the Master in Software Engineering restrictions on the choice of optional subjects.

Timetables, calendar and exam calendar

The classes for the first semester of 2021-2022 begin on Monday, September 13, 2021. The timetables, course calendar and examination dates for the 2021/22 academic year are now available.

Information handbook

Students will be referred to the Information Handbook, where they will find all the information on Master in Software Engineering.

The Master in Software Engineering course information includes information on:

  • Enrolment periods
  • Academic calendar
  • Timetables
  • Examination dates
  • Subject committees
  • Learning guides

Assignment of Tutors to Students

Each student of the master has an assigned tutor, who is a professor of the master, who will advice him/her on academic issues. The list of assignments is available here.

Timetable Course 2021 – 2022

Timetables also available in PDF (1st Period and 2nd Period).

First Term

13-SEPTEMBER-2021 to 14-JANUARY-2022:

NOTE 1: All the subjects will be taught in classroom 6206 except for Computer Security (IMDEA premises) and Adaptive Systems (6205).

NOTE 2: Verification and Validation will only use the slot 15:00-17:00 of monday in the weeks 1-7.

Second Term

31-JANUARY-2022 to 20-MAY-2022:

This table shows each subject of the master taught in the second semester from 15:00 to 21:00 classified by the day of the week (horizontal axis) and time (vertical axis)
 15:0016:0017:0018:0019:0020:00
MondaySoftware ArchitectureSoftware Design
TuesdaySoftware Quality ManagementExperimental Software Engineering
WednesdayAgent-based Software DevelopmentCorrectness by ConstructionAssessment Activities
ThursdayExperimental Software EngineeringAgent-based Software Development
FridayFundamentals of Business Administration/SeminarsSeminars

NOTE 1: All the subjects will be taught in classroom 6302 except for Correctness by Construction (6306) and Experimental Software Engineering (6205).

NOTE 2: Experimental Software Engineering will be taught in the weeks 1-12.

Seminars 2021-2022

As a part of the optional offer of credits, the Master’s Academic Commission will establish every academic course a list of seminars taught by reputed specialists in particular topics, guest lecturers from both national and international higher education institutions, as well as, occasionally, from companies.

The seminars scheduled to date for the actual academic year are listed below; this provisional list will be updated with other seminar proposals throughout the year. However, if the student wants to get an overall idea of the whole offer of seminars in an academic year, he/she can take a look of the list of seminars available in the previous academic year. This list suffers few changes from one academic year to the next one.

At the beginning of the course (July-Sep), the student should decide how many credits he/she wants to take in seminars. Then, the student shall have to enroll for the corresponding seminar subjects (called seminary 1-10), so that the enrolled subjects total the same number of credits. Later, at the end of the course the grades of the enrolled seminar subjects will be calculated from the grades obtained in the passed seminars. For example, if the student enrolled in a seminar subject of 1 ECTS and he/she passed two seminars of 0,5 ECTS, the grade of the seminar subject will be the mean of the grades obtained in these two seminars.

Students are allowed to pass seminars without being enrolled in any seminar subject. In such case the grades of these passed seminars will be saved until the student enrolls for some seminar subject in the next academic year.

Students intending to attend a seminar shall have to sign up sending an email to the coordinator of the seminars from their UPM email account no later than 5 days before the seminar is scheduled to start. Note that the specified seminar dates and times are tentative and subject to possible changes or cancellations due to guest lecturer scheduling problems.

To see the available seminars for the current course, visit the seminars web page.

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Course 2022 – 2023

Entry

For the entry and admission to the Master in Software Engineering is necessary apply online at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid‘s online application page.

Key dates

FIRST PERIOD
    • Ordinary application period: from February 1 to June 30, 2022.
    • Publication of lists of admitted students: March 18, May 13, 8 July, 2022.
    • Extraordinary application period: from 14 November 2022 to 15 January 2023.
    • Publication of student lists admitted in the extraordinary period: December 16 2022, January 20 2023.
    • Regular enrollment period: from July 20 to August 4, 2022.
    • Extraordinary enrollment period: from 5 to 9 September, 2022.
    • Start of classes: 12 September, 2022.
    • End of classes: 13 January, 2023.
    • Examination period: from 16 to 26 January, 2023.
SECOND PERIOD
    • Enrollment period: from 8 to 14 February 2023.
    • Start of classes: 30 January 2023.
    • End of classes: 23 May 2023.
    • Evaluation period: from May 29 to June 14, 2023.
    • Deferred examination period / referral: from June 22 to July 12, 2023.
    • Course end: mid July.

Enrollment

After being admitted to Master’s program, enrolment can be done on-line (you could need Appointment online Enrolment) on the above the dates. In any case, students must make sure that they comply with the Master in Software Engineering restrictions on the choice of optional subjects.

Timetables, calendar and exam calendar

The classes for the first semester of 2022-2023 begin on Monday, September 12, 2022. The timetables, course calendar and examination dates for the 2022/23 academic year are now available.

Information handbook

Students will be referred to the Information Handbook, where they will find all the information on Master in Software Engineering.

The Master in Software Engineering course information includes information on:

  • Enrolment periods
  • Academic calendar
  • Timetables
  • Examination dates
  • Subject committees
  • Learning guides

Assignment of Tutors to Students

Each student of the master has an assigned tutor, who is a professor of the master, who will advice him/her on academic issues. The list of assignments is available here.

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Timetable Course 2022 – 2023

Timetables also available in PDF (1st Period and 2nd Period).

First Term

12-SEPTEMBER-2022 to 13-JANUARY-2023:

This table shows each subject of the master taught in the first semester from 12:00 to 21:00 classified by the day of the week (horizontal axis) and time (vertical axis)
 12:0013:0014:0015:0016:0017:0018:0019:0020:00
MondayComputer Security
IMDEA Software Institute, conference room (level B)
 Verification and ValidationSoftware Project Management 
Tuesday   Challenges for Accessible Computing for People with Functional DiversitySoftware MetricsRequirements Engineering
Wed.E-Health: Promoting Active and Healthy Aging
6205
 

Data Engineering

Adaptive Systems
6205

Models and Methods for Process Improvement and AssessmentAssessment activities
Thursday   Deep Learning and Software Engineering
6302
Management, Relationships and Communication in Working Groups
Friday   Agile Software Development: Agile Practices and Agile UsabilityRequirements Engineering 

NOTE 1: All the subjects will be held in classroom 6206 except for those subjects for which another classroom has been indicated above.
NOTE 2: Verification and Validation will only use the slot 15:00-17:00 of monday in the weeks 1-7.

Second Term

30-JANUARY-2023 to 23-MAY-2023:

This table shows each subject of the master taught in the second semester from 12:00 to 21:00 classified by the day of the week (horizontal axis) and time (vertical axis)
 12:0013:0014:0015:0016:0017:0018:0019:0020:00
MondayStrategic Management and Entrepreneurship Software ArchitectureSoftware DesignAssessment activities
Tuesday   Software Quality ManagementExperimental Software Engineering
Wed.   Agent-based Software DevelopmentCorrectness by Construction 
Thursday   

Experimental Software Engineering

Fundamentals of Business Administration

Agent-based Software Development
Friday   SeminarsSeminars

NOTE: Experimental Software Engineering will be taught in the weeks 1-12.

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Seminars 2022-2023

As a part of the optional offer of credits, the Master’s Academic Commission will establish every academic course a list of seminars taught by reputed specialists in particular topics, guest lecturers from both national and international higher education institutions, as well as, occasionally, from companies.

The seminars scheduled to date for the actual academic year are listed below; this provisional list will be updated with other seminar proposals throughout the year. However, if the student wants to get an overall idea of the whole offer of seminars in an academic year, he/she can take a look of the list of seminars available in the previous academic year. This list suffers few changes from one academic year to the next one.

At the beginning of the course (July-Sep), the student should decide how many credits he/she wants to take in seminars. Then, the student shall have to enroll for the corresponding seminar subjects (called seminary 1-10), so that the enrolled subjects total the same number of credits. Later, at the end of the course the grades of the enrolled seminar subjects will be calculated from the grades obtained in the passed seminars. For example, if the student enrolled in a seminar subject of 1 ECTS and he/she passed two seminars of 0,5 ECTS, the grade of the seminar subject will be the mean of the grades obtained in these two seminars.

Students are allowed to pass seminars without being enrolled in any seminar subject. In such case the grades of these passed seminars will be saved until the student enrolls for some seminar subject in the next academic year.

Note that the specified seminar dates and times are tentative and subject to possible changes or cancellations due to guest lecturer scheduling problems.

To see the available seminars for the current course, visit the seminars web page.

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Master´s News

The slides of welcome meeting are available in this link.