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Degree: Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Duke University, USA, 1994.

Professional practice and title: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Associate Professor II

Office: EGCC - Group of Engineering and Thermal Sciences - Block IV - Room 7-23

Discipline that teaches the graduate:
  • TM 718 - heat and mass transfer by convection;
  • TM 720 - Special Topics in Thermal Engineering;
  • TM 721 - Simulation and control of physical systems;
  • TM 723 - Numerical Methods I;
  • TM 778 - Structural and thermal analysis;
  • TM 779 - Computational Heat Transfer;
  • TM 780 - Heat transfer by thermal radiation.


Lines of research:

  • Batteries and fuel cells;
  • Simulation and optimization of physical systems.

Guidelines completed:

  • Masters: 11;
  • Doctorate: 4.

Guidelines in progress:

Themes for guidance:

  • Fuel cells;
  • Biodiesel from Microalgae;
  • Intelligent cooling;
  • Energy;
  • Infrared image in biomedical engineering.

GUIDELINES (in progress)


  • Celso Luiz Buiar;
  • Eliana Leal Ferreira Hellvig;
  • Emerson dilay;
  • Keli Cristiane Morais Correia;
  • Marisa Daniele Scherer;
  • Robert Luis Lara Ribeiro.


  • Anderson Cardoso Sakuma;
  • Bruno Miyawaki;
  • Andreatta Deborah da Silva;
  • Carmona Jean de Figueiredo.


Further details of projects: demec.ufpr.br / laboratories / lft / EGCC

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I'm thinking of going back to school for Civil

Engineering...would it be better to aim for a 2nd undergrad degree (already have a BS in the oh so useful field of Psych) or should I try for a masters program?
I recognize that career wise it would be best to get into a Masters program however I'm doubting that I have the background to be accepted into an engineering graduate school. Most graduate engineering programs appear to require an eng. undergrad degree.
An example of this from Santa Clara U's website:
To be considered for admission to the graduate program in Civil Engineering, an applicant must meet the fo

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