Graduate Program

Energy


The purpose of the program is to form Master’s degree holders and Doctors for areas such as planning, policy, education, design, and use of energy in complex systems. These future professionals and researchers will have conferred competences and skills related to information, comprehension, application, analysis, and evaluation applied to the energy sector. Therefore, they will be capable to systematize, innovate, suggest policies and optimize the transforming systems and final use of energy. The energy sector goes around multiple knowledge grounds, making possible the development of research and work in areas such as Engineering, Exact Sciences, and Applied Social Sciences.

Due to the interdisciplinary background, those holding degrees in different fields of knowledge, such as Engineers, Business Administrators, Economists, Physicists, Mathematicians, and Chemists, will be able to develop their studies and projects in the program. The program expects from the future students dedication to their studies and availability of time compatible to the chosen course. The highly skilled trained professionals will be able to work in the world and country’s complex energy environment, as well as to contribute to scientific, technological, and academic development.

Research areas:

Political and Socio-Environmental Impacts and Conflicts;

Energy Systems and Technology;

Modeling and Control;

Functional Materials for the Energy Area;

Geopolitics and Energy Strategies;

Energy Systems Operation;

Energy Systems Planning;

Cultural and Social Issues Related to Energy Consumption and Use;

Public Policies, Development, and Society.

Levels:

Master’s and Doctor’s degrees.

Selection Process:

Call for application usually opens in February and June. More information about admission requirements and the application process are available on the program website.

Classes Begin:

Usually in May and September (depending on the year’s calendar).

Fees:

None.

Scholarship:

Limited availability, depending on case-by-case analysis.

Contact:

Website: pgene.ufabc.edu.br

email: pgene@ufabc.edu.br


Program Website

Additional information about calls, application and deadlines, please go to the program Website

Faculty

NameResearch Areas
Adriano Viana Ensinas
Ahda Pionkoski Grilo Pavani
Alfeu Joaozinho Sguarezi Filho
Ana Maria Pereira Neto
Antonio Garrido Gallego
Arilson Da Silva Favareto
Douglas Alves Cassiano
Edmarcio Antonio Belati
Federico Bernardino Morante Trigoso
Fernando Gasi
Francisco De Assis Comaru
Gilberto Martins
Graziella Colato Antonio
Igor Fuser
Ivan Roberto Santana Casella
Jesus Franklin Andrade Romero
Joao Manoel Losada Moreira
Jose Rubens Maiorino
Juliana Tofano De Campos Leite
Julio Carlos TeixeiraWind energy, electromechanical conversion, magnetic material
Luis Alberto Martinez Riascos
Marat Rafikov
Marcelo Modesto Da Silva
Patricia Teixeira Leite Asano
Paulo Henrique De Mello Sant'Ana
Pedro Carajilescov
Ricardo Caneloi Dos Santos
Roseli Frederigi Benassi
Sergio Brochsztain
Sergio Ricardo Lourenço
Thales Sousa