The Electrical Engineering program is designed for professionals who want to technically improve in the research lines offered by the program, and who wish to prepare themselves to meet the new technological challenges of the 21st century.
The faculty is composed of professionals with strong performance in electrical engineering expertise areas of great importance to the world’s challenges. Just as UFABC, the program has an interdisciplinary structure that includes the following research lines: 1) Electrical and Electronic Systems, and 2) Computational Modeling and Simulation. The interaction among these fields of study is paramount for the development of modern telecommunication, electronics, and energy supply systems, from generation to end use, in a sustainable and efficient manner (smart grids). The course is endowed with laboratories, where students are able to conduct their research in the faculty’s working areas, equipped with modern computers, electric power systems analysis and simulation software, benches for simulation and design of electronic components, electrical machines, and telecommunications systems.
Electric and Electronic Systems;
Computational Modeling and Simulation.
Call for application usually opens in June and November.
More information about admission requirements and the application process are available on the program website.
Usually in February and September (depending on the year’s calendar).
Limited availability, depending on case-by-case analysis.
Program WebsiteAdditional information about calls, application and deadlines, please go to the program Website
|Ahda Pionkoski Grilo Pavani|
|Alfeu Joaozinho Sguarezi Filho|
|Carlos Eduardo Capovilla|
|Denise Criado Pereira De Souza|
|Edmarcio Antonio Belati|
|Francisco Javier Ropero Pelaez|
|Haroldo De Faria Junior|
|Ivan Roberto Santana Casella|
|Jose Luis Azcue Puma|
|Luiz Alberto Luz De Almeida|
|Marcelo Bender Perotoni||Applied Electromagnetism, Instrumentation, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Microwaves and Antennas, Computational Electromagnetics.|
|Marcos Roberto Da Rocha Gesualdi|
|Michel Oliveira Da Silva Dantas|
|Ricardo Caneloi Dos Santos|
|Segundo Nilo Mestanza Munoz|
|Victor Augusto Fernandes De Campos|