Monitoring. The doctoral student activity report

The doctoral candidate's progress is supervised by means of the doctoral student activity report (DAD) and the assessment of the research plan.


What is the DAD?

The DAD or doctoral student activity report is a document in which all of the training activities (stays, publications, courses, seminars, etc.) that you carry out during your studies are recorded.

This document is revised periodically by your supervisor and assessed by the academic committee of the programme at the end of each academic year.

How do I prepare the DAD?

View the DAD on the virtual platform Atenea PhD. It displays all of the activities or publications you or your thesis supervisor have entered in the DRAC platform of which you are the first author or co-author. 


Further information

Academic Regulations for Doctoral Studies