Electrical Engineering (MsC/Ph.D)
Area of concentration
The Professional Master’s in Electrical Engineering is designed to prepare professionals and to foster scientific and technological development in electronics manufacturing and packaging and industrial control and automation. It integrates knowledge and technology with key practical aspects to prepare competent and critical professionals for the work market, enabling them to become agents of change.
Unlike academic master’s programs, the Professional Master’s in Electrical Engineering focuses on applied research of practical and innovative solutions to the problems of national and international companies. The program is part of itt Chip.
Area of concentration:Electro-electronic systems
Lines of Research Back to menu
- Electronics Manufacturing and Packaging: Research is conducted involving topics related to characterization of materials used in electronics manufacturing and packaging, new materials, processes, tools and equipment for electronics manufacturing and packaging, techniques and tools for electrical, thermal and mechanical modeling of electronics and integrated circuit packaging, as well as product, module and integrated circuit testing.
- Control and Automation: Research is conducted involving topics related to modeling and identification of continuous and discrete processes, conventional and advanced control systems, industrial instrumentation, industrial networks, real-time systems, process assessment and diagnosis, process monitoring systems and industrial asset management.
Faculty Back to menu
Eduardo Luis Rhod
Doctor of Microelectronics
Fields of interest: Electronics Manufacturing and Semiconductor Packaging; Design of Fault Tolerant Architectures; Design and Testing; Semiconductor Packaging Processes
César David Paredes Crovato
Doctor of Electrical Engineering
Fields of interest: Power analyzers and electrical quantities measuring devices, integral transforms, sensor linearization, Information Technology and Internet Data Communication Protocols
Jacqueline Biancon Copetti
Doctor of Engineering
Fields of interest: Fluid behavior and viability and characterization of new evaporator geometries for freezing tunnels
José Vicente Canto dos Santos
Doctor of Electrical Engineering – Automation
Operations Research (Linear Programming and combinatorial optimization problems) and Electrical Engineering (Electric Power Systems)
Márcio Rosa da Silva
Doctor of Natural Sciences
Fields of interest: Development and maintenance of instrumentation equipment and PLCs for the chemical/biochemical industry, distributed and embedded systems, planning and recovery methods for telecommunication networks, embedded systems and digital prototyping.
Rodrigo Ivan Goytia Mejía
Doctor of Electrical Engineering
Fields of interest: Decision support systems for auditing, industrial asset management, assessment and diagnosis of poor control loop performance. Conventional and advanced control systems and pattern recognition techniques applied to the industry
Tatiana Louise Avila de Campos Rocha
Doctor of Materials Science
Fields of interest: Development of new materials from waste of different industries; Materials and solid waste characterization and reuse; Nanomaterials development and characterization
Doctor of Biotechnology and Bioengineering
Fields of interest: Microelectronics and semiconductors, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microfluidics and sensors.
Margrit Reni Krug
Doctor of Computation
Fields of interest: Computation
Program Structure Back to menu
The Professional Master’s in Electrical Engineering requires 32 credits distributed as follows: mandatory courses – 8 credits; elective courses – 16 credits; Final Paper – 4 credits; complementary credits – 4 credits total, 1 credit each item.
Mandatory Course (All research fields)
- Engineering Design Management (4 credits)
- Foundations of Materials Science (4 credits)
- System Modeling (4 credits)
- Introduction to Semiconductor Technology (4 credits)
- Electromagnetic Compatibility (4 credits)
- Materials for Packaging and PCIs (4 credits)
- Thermal, Mechanical and Electrical Packaging Modeling (4 credits)
- Advanced Design of Printed Circuit Board and SMT (4 credits)
- Packaging Manufacturing processes (4 credits)
- Integrated Circuit and Electronic Module Testing (4 credits)
- Special Topics on Electronics Manufacturing and Packaging (4 credits)
- Control and Automation Instrumentation (4 credits)
- Control Systems (4 credits)
- Discrete Systems (4 credits)
- Networks and Protocols (4 credits)
- Real-Time Systems (4 credits)
- Digital Signal Processing (4 credits)
- Special Topics on Control and Automation (4 credits)
- Individual Research Work (mandatory) (1 credit)
- Technical Production Report (1 credit)
- Participation in events and conferences (1 credit)
- Progress Seminar (mandatory) (1 credit)
- Scientific Writing (1 credit)
- Final Paper (4 credits)
Mandatory Course – Research Field 1: Electronics Manufacturing and Packaging
Mandatory Course – Research Field 2: Control and Automation
Elective Courses (All research fields)
Elective Courses – Research Field 1: Electronics Manufacturing and Packaging
Elective Courses – Research Field 2: Control and Automation
Selective Process Back to menu
Registration: Registration can be done online, by mail, or in person.
Selection: Classification will be based on:
a) Analysis and evaluation of documentation;
b) Exam and interview.
Enrollment: The Graduate Program office will contact selected students to inform on enrollment.
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Unisinos Graduate Programs admit non-regular students in some courses of the professional master’s degree. Non-regular students are students from other Unisinos Graduate Programs, other higher education institutions, and undergraduate or graduate students not affiliated with any Graduate Program. This opportunity allows non-regular students to know some of the courses offered by Unisinos.
Each semester the number of available places for these courses is announced and the programs offer enrollment for students who show evidence of ability to pursue them. Therefore, they need to be approved by the Coordination Committee and register as provided in the program regulations.
Contact us for more information.
Office of the Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering
Phone: +55 (51) 3591 1274
Hours: Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Location: Room C01 306 – Unisinos São Leopoldo Campus