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FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CATARINA

Technology Center

CTC - UFSC

Florianópolis – Santa Catarina - Brazil


Topics

1. Brazil and University`s location

2. An overview of Brazil

3. An overview of the Federal University of Santa Catarina

4. BRAFITEC Program

5. CTC-UFSC Undergraduate courses


America do Sul – Brasil

South America - Brazil

Brasil:

Population (2010): 190, 732, 694

Territorial area: 8,514,215 km2 (3,287,356 sq mi)

Seacoast: 7,491 km (4,655 mi)


Brasil
Brasil

Economy:

- Emerging country: B.R.I.C.S.

- 6th largest economy in the world (2011)

- All CAC 40 companies are present in Brazil

- Growth rate in 2012: 4%

- Main industrial sectors: energy (Petrobras), aerospace (Embraer), automotive

- Great investment in I.T.

World Games (2014), Olympic Games (2016)



Santa Catarina - Brasil

São Joaquim

Camboriú

Blumenau

Blumenau

Florianópolis


Florianópolis – Ilha de Santa Catarina

Capital of Santa Catarina State (1726)

Main island (Ilha de Santa Catarina) + Continental area + Surrounding small islands

Area of 672 km2

42 main beaches

Population of 421,240 inhabitants


Florianópolis – Ilha de Santa Catarina

Ponte Hercílio Luz

Mercado Público

Baia Norte – City centre

Lagoa da Conceição

Praia Mole

Praia dos Ingleses


Federal University of Santa Catarina

UFSC

Campi: 4

Number of courses:

Undergraduate: 88

Master`s: 57

Doctorate: 48

Founded: 1960

Campus area: 1 km2( 0.4 sq mi)

Faculty: 1,765

Staff: 2,800

Students: 30,927


Ufsc the centers
UFSC – The Centers

  • The university is subdivided into 11 Centers

    • Health sciences - Centro de Ciências da Saúde - CCS

    • Sport and Fitness - Centro de Desportos – CDS

    • Education - Centro de Ciências da Educação - CED

    • Economic sciences - Centro Sócio-Econômico - CSE

    • Technology - Centro Tecnológico - CTC

    • Communication & Expression - Centro de Comunicação e Expressão - CCE

    • Law - Centro de Ciências Jurídicas - CCJ

    • Agronomical sciences - Centro de Ciências Agrárias - CCA

    • Biological sciences - Centro de Ciências Biológicas - CCB

    • Math & Physics - Centro de Ciências Físicas e Matemáticas - CFM

    • Human sciences - Centro de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas - CFH


Technology center centro tecnol gico ctc
Technology CenterCentro Tecnológico – CTC

  • The Technology Center (CTC) comprises 10 departments:

    • Architecture- Departamento de Arquitetura e Urbanismo

    • Automation and Systems - Departamento de Automação e Sistemas

    • Chemical Engineering - Departamento de Engenharia Química e de Alimentos

    • Civil Engineering - Departamento de Engenharia Civil

    • Electrical Engineering - Departamento de

    • Informatics & Statistics- Departamento de Informática e Estatística

    • Knowledge Managementepartamento de Gestão do Conhecimento

    • Mechanical Engineering - Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica

    • Production Engineering -Departamento de Engenharia de Produção e Sistemas

    • Sanitary & Environmental Engineering - Departamento de Engenharia Sanitária e Ambiental


University Structure:

Department of Automation and Systems - DAS

Federal University of Santa Catarina

Technology Center

Informatics & Statistics

Electrical Engineering

Informatic & Statistics

Automation & Systems

Informatics & Control Lab (LCMI)


Higher education in brazil
HIGHER EDUCATION IN BRAZIL

Three levels on Higher Education:

- Undergraduate course:

Engineers: 5 years

Bachelors: 4 (or 4 and half) years

- Graduate course:

“Mestrado” (Master): 2 years

Doctorate: 4 years in average


Undergraduate courses at ctc
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES AT CTC

13 undergraduate courses in the Tecnology Center (CTC):

  • - Architecture and Urbanism

  • - Chemical Engineering

  • - Civil Engineering

  • - Computer Science

  • - Control and Automation Engineering

  • - Electrical Engineering

  • - Electronic Engineering

  • - Food Engineering

  • - Information Systems

  • - Materials Engineering

  • - Mechanical Engineering

  • - Production Engineering

  • - Sanitary and Environmental Engineering


Support for student mobility
SUPPORT FOR STUDENT MOBILITY

BRAFITEC Brasil-France Program

Project GlobE-Sud

(Global Engineers for Sustainable Development)

- Duration: 2011-2014

- Participants:

Brasil: UFRGS, UFSC

France: INPG (Ense3, Ensimag, Esisar, Génie Industriel, Pagora, Phelma)

- At UFSC:

Automation and Systems Department

Informatics and Statistics Department


Undergraduate course
UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Control and Automation Engineering

(Engenharia de Controle e Automação)


Control and automation engineering department of automation and systems das
Control and Automation Engineering:Department of Automation and Systems - DAS

  • Founded in April, 29th, 1997

  • From a research group (LCMI – Informatics & Control Lab) belonging to the Department of Electrical Engineering

  • The DAS is responsible for:

    • Undergraduate course:Control and Automation Engineering

    • Graduate Course (Master and Doctorate): Automation and Systems Engineering


Control and automation engineering history
Control and Automation EngineeringHistory

  • Engenharia de Controle e Automação(Control and Automation Engineering)

  • Proposal: 1988 (first in Brazil)

  • Beginning: March, 1990

  • Model for ministry of education MEC (P. 1694/94), for regulatory agency CONFEA (Res. 427/99) and a lot of new automation courses (approximately 100)


Control and automation engineering history1
Control and Automation EngineeringHistory

  • First admission (1990): 20 students/year

  • Annual admission (2012): 72 students (36 for semester)

  • Upto August 2012: 455 engineers (Average course duration: 11 semesters):


Control and automation engineering main features
Control and Automation EngineeringMain features

  • Strong basic knowledge on mathematics, physics and computation.

  • General knowledge in electricity and mechanics, focused on sensors and atuactors.

  • Basics on economics, management and dependability.

  • Detailed knowledge on process control, automation, mecatronics and computing systems.


Control and Automation Engineering

Knowledge areas

- Process Control

- Analysis and Control of Continuous Dynamic Systems

- Analysis and Control of Discrete Event Systems

- Measurement and Instrumentation

- Manufacturing Automation

- Robotics and Mechatronic Sytems

- Industrial Informatics

- Computing Systems

- Networks and Distributed Systems

- Real-time systems

- Embedded Systems


Control and Automation Engineering Model

instrumentação

Engenharia

Engenharia

Elétrica

Mecânica

. CAM

. controle

. acion. elétricos

. CAD/CAE

. redes industriais

. eletrônica

. robótica

. comando numérico

e

. sistemas digitais

Engenharia

Controle

. avaliação de desempenho

CIM

. microprocessadores

&

. tempo real

Automação

. gerenciamento

. qualidade

. redes

. planejamento

. int. artificial

. sistemas distribuídos

Engenharia

. linguagens

de

Informática

. integração / interoperabilidade

Produção


Control and Automation Engineering

Cursus

Engineering course  5 years / 10 semesters

Average: 25 hours for week

1 ph.

Semestre

7 ph.

8:9

10 ph.

Engineering

topics

Basic topics

Company Internship

Final Course Project


Control and automation engineering data collection
Control and Automation EngineeringData Collection

Data collection on 1995-2008 engineers:

  • Inquired engineers from ECA course: 423

  • Survey responses (30/09/2008): 265 (60%)


Control and automation engineering data collection1
Control and Automation EngineeringData Collection

Insertion of ECA-UFSC Engineers by Activity Sector


Control and automation engineering data collection2
Control and Automation EngineeringData Collection

Insertion of ECA-UFSC Engineers in Industry


Control and automation engineering data collection3
Control and Automation EngineeringData Collection

Insertion of ECA-UFSC Engineers in Services Sector


Control and automation engineering data collection4
Control and Automation EngineeringData Collection

Remuneration of ECA Engineers

(Average R$ 6.000,00 ou 2.500,00 Euros)


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Computer Science Course

(Bacharelado em Ciência da Computação)


DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATICS

INE – CTC – UFSC

Professors: 60

Research laboratories: 15

Teaching laboratories: 4

Undergraduate courses: 2

- Information Systems

- Computer Science

Graduate Course: 1

- Master and Doctorat in Computer Science


Computer Science Course

  • Beginning: March, 1977

  • About 2000 CS bachelors in companies and universities

  • 3000 hours in courses during 4 years (8 semesters)

  • End of Studies Project (2 semesters)


Computer Science Course

  • Knowledge areas:

    • Logic and Computing Theory

    • Electronics and Digital Systems

    • Computer Architecture

    • Programming and Software Engineering

    • Computer Network and Distributed Systems

    • Operating Systems

    • Database


Brafitec oportunities in brazil
BRAFITEC OPORTUNITIES IN BRAZIL

Second year:

- Summer Internship in research laboratory (3 months)

- Regular Courses (6 or 12 months)

Third year:

- Regular Courses (6 months)

- End of Studies Project (6 months)

Undergraduate Courses (priority):

- Control and Automation Engineering

- Computer Science Course


Other undergraduate courses
Other Undergraduate Courses

- Sanitary and Environmental Engineering

- Chemical Engineering

- Electrical Engineering

- Electronic Engineering

- Mechanical Engineering

- Materials Engineering

- Production Engineering


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Sanitary and Environmental Engineering

(Engenharia Sanitária e Ambiental)


Sanitary and Environmental Engineering

- Annual admission: 80 students

- Courses:

  • Basics: mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and informatics

  • Treatment of water and wastewater, air pollution control,

  • Sustainable construction

  • Environmental management systems and environmental impact reports

  • Exploitation of water resources, hydraulic structures

  • End of Studies Project


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Chemical Engineering

(Engenharia Química)


Chemical Engineering

- Annual admission: 50 students

- Courses:

  • Basics: mathematics, physics, chemistry and informatics

  • Chemical science: thermodynamic, transfer and superficial phenomenas

  • Chemical engineering processes

  • Chemical engineering operations

  • Chemical tecnologies

  • Supervised industrial internship (720 h):

  • End of Studies Project


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Electrical Engineering

(Engenharia Elétrica)


Electrical Engineering

- Created in 1966

- Annual admission: 100 students

- Courses:

  • Basics: mathematics, physics and informatics

  • Basic principles in electricity: electrical circuits, electromagnetism, analogic and digital electronics

  • Electrical energy systems: generation, transmission, control and planning

  • Electrical machines

  • Industrial electronics

  • Telecomunications

  • Control and signal processing

  • End of Studies Project


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Electronic Engineering

(Engenharia Eletrônica)


Electronic Engineering

- Annual admission: 60 students (beginning: 2009; in implantation phase)

- Courses:

  • Basics: mathematics, physics and informatics

  • Basic principles in electronics: electrical circuits, digital circuits, signal processing, electromagnetism

  • Signal processing

  • Coding

  • Electronics and optoelectronics devices and systems

  • Microelectronics design

  • End of Studies Project


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Mechanical Engineering

(Engenharia Mecânica)


Mechanical Engineering

- Created in 1960

- Annual admission: 110 students

- Courses:

- Basics: mathematics, physics, design and informatics

- Building Materials Mechanics, Machine Elements, Aerodynamics, Vibration and acoustics,

- Manufacturing Processes, Welding,

- Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems,

- Robotics, automation

- Thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat exchangers,

turbines, pumps, combustion motor and vehicles,

  • Product Design

  • End of Studies Project


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Materials Engineering

(Engenharia de Materiais)


Materials Engineering

- Annual admission: 60 students

- Courses:

  • Basics: mathematics, physics, design and informatics

  • Basics for materials engineering: materials, solid structures, microstructures, thermodynamic

  • Materials engineering process

  • Polymeric materials: characterization, analysis, processing

    - Ceramic materials: analysis and processing

  • Electrical, optical and magnetical properties

  • Industrial internships (6): 3 months and half, each one


UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Production Engineering

(Engenharia de Produção)


Production Engineering

- Annual admission: 120 students

- Courses:

  • Basics: mathematics, physics, and informatics

  • Three courses:

    • Civil Production Engineering (40 students)

    • Electrical Production Engineering (40 students)

    • Mechanical Production Engineering (40 students)

  • Basic knowledge on specific engineering (civil or electrical or mechanical)

  • Knowledge on economic and financial administration

  • Production processes and techniques

  • Industrial internship


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