MSc Electrical Engineering
Unesp offers the second largest structure for Graduate studies in the Brazil with 152 Graduate Programs. Our programs are characterized by the diversity of courses offered in all areas of knowledge, academic relevance and comprehensiveness.
Unesp Graduate Programs have approximately 3.200 professor-mentors, 14.000 students regularly enrolled and an average of 3.300 Masters and PhD degrees awarded annually.
Students enrolled in Unesp programs have the opportunity to apply for institutional scholarships offered by Capes, CNPq and research scholarships offered by Fapesp. Students can also participate in national and international events that contribute to their training. It is worth mentioning the quality of the Unesp campus libraries, which offer excellent conditions for students to develop their projects.
The quantity and quality of the research carried out by these Programs were essential to place Unesp under the global spotlight, as the university ranks among the top universities in several international rankings. In times of global universities, Unesp promotes several actions aimed at mobility and the international exchange of students and professors, expanding scientific collaborations and institutional partnerships.
The Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes), a foundation of the Ministry of Education, is the body responsible for graduate education policy and for consolidating and expanding stricto sensu programs (Masters and PhD) in Brazil.
In 1976, CAPES implemented the National System of Evaluation of Graduate Education. This system is the basis of the process for authorization and recognition of Master's and PhDs courses and for the national validation of their diplomas. The evaluation process is based on the analysis by peers of the reports of the courses on their annual performance. A grade (from 1 to 7) is given to each program, which is now reviewed every four years.
The program is indicated to professionals in Electrical Engineering and related areas, which are interested in advancing skills in two research topics: Electronic Instrumentation and Control, and Electrical Energy Systems, which are developed in specialized laboratories, with several national and international cooperations.
1. Control and Electronic Instrumentation
Automatic Control; Biomedical instrumentation, Rehabilitation; Optoelectronic; Signal and voice processing; Micro electronic circuit Projects; Digital systems and Ultrasound
2. Electric Power Systems
Stability analysis of electrical power systems; Power system analysis; FACTS controllers, Renewable resources; Power electronic; Electric power system planning; Power quality; Intelligent systems, Neural networks, Fuzzy Logic; Electric energy transients
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