PPGEAS Master course open call.
Registration period: from 4 to 18 of August, 2020.
Documents: by email (email@example.com)
Details and requests: public notice (only in Portuguese)
- Visit https://classificados.inf.ufsc.br/ or other agencies around the city and search for a proper housing opportunity.
- You need to request a contract, a declaration letter which indicates that you are living in a house and your electronic house address which is included in water or electricity bills.
- You need to go to one of the notary offices to confirm the signature of your house owner for the declaration letter.
Address: R. Lauro Linhares, 1849 – 1º Andar – Trindade, Florianópolis – SC, 88036-003
- Registration at PPGEAS
- In order to register at PPGEAS, you need to go to PPGEAS secretary office in person with your Passport, Student VISA (ITEM IV, Connected to UFSC), and your Acceptance Letter.
- You may request for the registration letter in which your student number is included and for a declaration letter which indicates you are studying at PGEAS
- Applying for CRNM in Federal Police
The complete information about this step is provided in the following address:
Address: Rua Paschoal Apóstolo Pítsica, 4744 – Agronômica, Florianópolis – SC, 88025-255
- Applying for the CPF (Cadastro de Pessoa Física)
In order to apply and collect your CPF, go to the Receita Federal office with your passport.
Address: Receita Federal Address: Rua Claudino Bento da Silva, 11 – Centro – Florianópolis.
Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: +55 48 3229 2000
- Opening a bank account (student with scholarship)
In order to open a bank account in Brazil, you need to go to one of the banks (Banco do Brasil, Caixa Economica Federal and etc) with the following documents.
- house contract, house declaration, electronic address
- Federal Police registration letter
- university registration and declaration letters
- Applying for UFSC Card
In order to receive your UFSC card, you need to go to the CARD office near the university restaurant with your passport and your registration letter and collect your university card.
- Applying for UFSC Account
As an international student, you can access the campus wireless network. In order to do that, you will need an idUFSC (obtained only after registration at UFSC).
1. Access idufsc.ufsc.br.
- Click on “PRIMEIRO ACESSO”.
Here you will be redirected to another page.
- Select “PASSAPORTE”.
- Enter your passport number and, on the next box, your date of birth.
- Click on “VERIFICAR”.
- Confirm your e-mail and click on “SOLICITAR NOVA SENHA”
- In a few minutes, you will receive an e-mail from “sccp”.
- Click on the link provided in the email (if it doesn’t work, copy and paste the link on the browser)
You will be redirected to a new page.
- Type in a password (it has to have at least 8 characters and at least one capital letter and one number).
- Type the password again in the next box.
- Click on “SAVE”.
- You’ll be redirected to a page where you’ll be asked to confirm your e-mail.
- Click on “IR PARA O IDUFSC” (at the end of the page).
- In few minutes, you will receive an e-mail from “sccp” with a link. Click on it.
- The link will take you to a page where you’ll need to type in your password (the one you used on step 9).
- After typing your password, click on “ENTRAR”.
- You can now choose your username. In order to do that, drag the suggestions on the left to the box, and then click on “VERIFICAR DISPONIBILIDADE”.
- If your username turns green, it means it is available. If it is red, please drag another suggestion to the box, because the one you chose is not available.
- After choosing an available username, click on “REGISTRAR NOME DE USUÁRIO”. It will take you to another page where your username will be displayed.
How to enable wireless access
- Access ufsc.br and type in your username and password.
- Now that you’re on your idUFSC page, click on “ACESSO A REDE”,
- Click on the “WIRELESS” tab (right beside the “INFORMAÇÕES” tab).
- To enable wireless access, click on “HABILITAR WIRELESS” (the grey button below
Now you have enabled internet access. Go to the internet access area on your computer and choose the wireless network named “eduroam”. A window will pop up. Write your username and password there and you should be able from now on to access the internet on campus.
- Applying for the student bus card
The Student Electronic Card allows students to pay a cheaper fare for public transportation use in Florianópolis. The card is rechargeable and the credits can be bought at the SETUF (Sindicato das Empresas de Transporte Urbano de Passageiros da Grande Florianópolis) office, located in the Central Bus Station (TICEN), or at the ticket counters of any other bus station. The credits also can be bought online.
– SETUF office hours: Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m.to 6 p.m.
– The student card is valid until 31 December and it may only be used in the next year after re-registration.
– In case of doubts, access: http://www.setuf.com.br/passe-rapido/cartoes/estudante/ or call SETUF at +55 (48) 3251-4114.
– Address: Av. Paulo Fontes, 701 –Centro, Florianópolis –SC, 88010-040.
NECESSARY DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION:
– Statement of Enrollment;
– Original Proof of Residence, dated within the last three months (water, light or telephone bill)*;
– Name of routes and public transport companies used;
– The student must go to the SETUF office in person to take a picture;
– Registration fee: R$ 4.00 for municipal transport (electronic pass).
General Information on PGEAS Courses:
- All courses are elective with the exception of Scientific Methodology, which is compulsory.
- All courses are offered to master’s and doctoral students.
- All courses belong to the general area of Control, Automation and System.
- The credits of all courses correspond only to the theoretical work load.
- Not all courses are offered in all academic semesters.
Courses Offered in each Phase (in Portuguese)
List of Courses [Click on the Title to Access the Course Description]:
- Scientific Methodology (2 credits)
- Techniques for Implementing Automated Systems (2 credits)
- Fundamentals of Control and Automation (2 credits)
- Stochastic Processes (2 credits)
- Fundamentals of Discrete Mathematics for Control and Automation (2 credits)
- Formal Methods for Discrete Automation Systems (2 credits)
- Discrete Event Systems I (2 credits)
- Discrete Event Systems II (2 credits)
- Communication Networks for Control and Automation (2 credits)
- Industrial Local Area Networks (2 credits)
- Performance Evaluation (2 credits)
- Introduction to Algorithms (2 credits)
- Convex Optimization (2 credits)
- Integer Programming (2 credits)
- Advanced Topics in Systems Optimization (2 credits)
- Real-Time Systems I (2 credits)
- Real-Time Systems II (2 credits)
- Distributed Systems I (2 credits)
- Distributed Systems II (2 credits)
- Security and Fault Tolerance (2 credits)
- Design and Implementation of Embedded Systems (2 credits)
- Artificial Intelligence (2 credits)
- Machine Learning (2 credits)
- Multiagent Systems (2 credits)
- Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence (2 credits)
- Service-Oriented Software Engineering (2 credits)
- Special Topics in Automation (2 credits)
- Fundamentals of Control Systems Analysis and Design (4 credits)
- Linear Dynamic Systems (4 credits)
- Mobile Robotics (2 credits)
- Predictive Control (2 credits)
- Robust Control (2 credits)
- Process Control Techniques (2 credits)
- Industrial Process Control (2 credits)
- System Identification (2 credits)
- Nonlinear Systems (2 credits)
- Stochastic Control (2 credits)
- Nonlinear Control (2 credits)
- Dynamic System Modeling (2 credits)
- Automatio Applied to Oil and Gas Industry (2 credits)
- Special Topics in Control (2 credits)
This course aims to offer a solid and extensive formation from a set of subjects. This formation should be meaningfully related to the research topic developed in the thesis. The subject plan should be proposed for students and supervisors before the start of the course and approved by the admission committee.
- 36 credits – subjects
- 12 credits – thesis defense
Any month according to the academic calendar.
Depending on the public notice.
This course aims to study, develop and purpose methods and skills of representation, analysis, project and implementation of automated solutions for different application areas. Students from different areas who are looking for complementary formation are welcome.
2 years (full-time dedication)
- 20 credits – subjects
- 6 credits – dissertation defense
In the beginning of the academic semester.
Depending on the public notice.
Students led by professors Daniel J. Pagano and Ivo Barbi won a HIL402 academic package as a main reward at Typhoon HIL’s academic program competition “10 for 10”.
We are happy to announce that our Research Group on Energy Processing (http://dgp.cnpq.br/dgp/espelhogrupo/42091), led by professors Daniel J. Pagano and Ivo Barbi won a HIL402 academic package, as a main reward at Typhoon HIL’s academic program competition “10 for 10”.
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