After finishing the master's studies, students must be able to undertake innovation and research work in "Language Technologies". Therefore, they should:
Know the research methodology: formulate research questions, generate hypotheses, use techniques and tools to develop new methods, as well as conduct experiments allowing hypotheses to be validated;
Contextualize the work in relation to other existing works, compiling and correctly referencing the bibliographic references. In particular, to be able to carry out studies of bibliographic synthesis autonomously, identifying the computable techniques and methods suitable for a given problem;
Abstract the process and the results obtained in the experimentation in order to propose new models and methods, as well as lines of future work;
have an advanced knowledge of the topics of the specialization line of the MsC. In particular, to know in detail the state of the art in Language Technologies;
Plan and develop a computer science project including language technologies.
Make solvent scientific presentations, to propose innovative solutions for current problems in line of research of Language Technologies, as well as to develop and evaluate those solutions according to scientific methodology