Curriculum analysis (60%)


The following items will be considered:

1. Taken courses (formation)

1.1 Specialization courses (Lato sensu) in the field

1.2 Specialization courses (Lato sensu) out of the main field

1.3 Courses in the field

1.4 Courses out of the main field

2. Teaching and academic activities in similar areas

2.1 Higher education professor

2.2 High-school or technical-school teacher

2.3 Specific tutor of higher-education students in final year projects

2.4 Higher-education monitor

2.5 Scientific initiation student

2.6 Member of University Extension projects or programs

2.7 Intern in research projects for at least six months

2.8 Given courses longer than 20 hours

3. Scientific production in similar areas

3.1 Edited books of scientific nature

3.2 Book chapter

3.3 Patent registrations

3.4 Scientific articles published in Qualis/CAPES A1 or A2 journals

3.5 Scientific articles published in Qualis/CAPES B1 or B2 journals

3.6 Scientific articles published in other journals

3.7 Full scientific articles published in international proceedings of events

3.8 Full scientific articles published in national proceedings of events

3.9 Scientific works – abstracts in annals

3.10 Other works

4. Other academic and professional relevant activities

4.1 Awards, honors, and distinctions in scientific or related-scientific activities

4.2 Participation in events of related areas

4.3 Given lectures in related areas

4.4 Professional experience in related areas (work permit confirmation)

These activities only will be scored with corroboration documents attached to the curriculum.


Other criteria (40%)

1. Capacitation in specific areas of process engineering

2. Descriptive memorial

3. Interview with a commission filled with at least two members of the teaching staff of the program

4. Reference letters

Obs.: The applicant’s final grade will be the total of the grade achieved with the curriculum analysis and other criteria.