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Computer Engineering

The field of Computer Engineering focuses on the development of computer systems and on areas in which knowledge of software and hardware is essential and complementary.

Computer engineers work on the design, planning, development and testing of computer systems. These systems vary in size from small onboard processors to massive server networks. Demand for computer engineering is constant, given the growing presence of information technology in our daily lives.

 

1st Semester

Software Design

Great Challenges of Engineering

Instrumentation & Measurement

Modeling & Simulation of the Physical World

Design Nature

Extracurricular Activities

2nd Semester

Electric Actuators

Data Science

Co-Design of Applications

Physics of Movement

Calculus of Variations

3rd Semester

Deconstructing Matter

Agile Collaborative Development

Elements of Systems

Multivariable Mathematics

Computational Robotics

4th Semester

Embedded Computation

Technological Entrepreneurship

Field & Wave Electromagnetics

Modeling & Control

Web Technologies

5th Semester

Programming Challenges

Technological & Environmental Chemistry

Hardware-Software Systems

Heat Transfer & Mechanics of Solids

Elective Course I

6th Semester

Cloud Computing

Computer Design

Megadata

Social Networks

Elective Course II

7th Semester

Digital Games

Software Solutions

Supercomputing

Hacker Technologies

Elective Course III

8th Semester

Engineering Thesis I

Elective Course IV

Elective Course V

Elective Course VI

9th Semester

Engineering Thesis II

Elective Course VII

Elective Course VIII

Elective Course IX

10th Semester

Internship

 

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is the field of engineering that involves the design, installation, manufacturing and operation of machinery, tools and cooling, heating and energy conversion systems.

These engineers are vital to the machinery, aviation, automotive, energy and oil industries.

One promising area in which mechanical engineers can also work is health care, since their skills are essential for designing mechanical prostheses and life-support equipment, for instance. These highly valued professionals are in high demand in the market and enjoy many opportunities for career advancement.

 

1st Semester

Software Design

Great Challenges of Engineering

Instrumentation & Measurement

Modeling & Simulation of the Physical World

Design Nature

Extracurricular Activities

2nd Semester

Electric Actuators

Data Science

Co-Design of Applications

Physics of Movement

Calculus of Variations

3rd Semester

Biomechanics

Deconstructing Matter

Design for Manufacturing

Devices that Move the World

Multivariable Mathematics

4th Semester

Technological Entrepreneurship

Field & Wave Electromagnetics

Mechanics of Solids

Modeling & Control

Thermo-Fluid Dynamics

5th Semester

Fabrication & Metrology

Machine Mechanisms & Elements

Numerical Methods

Mechanical Project

Mechanical Vibrations

6th Semester

Special Topics in Fabrication

Materials for Mechanical Construction

Biomechanical Project

Heat Transfer

Elective Course I

7th Semester

Industrial Equipment

Energy Conversion Machinery & Systems

Thermo-Fluid Machines Project

Technological & Environmental Chemistry

Elective Course II

8th Semester

Engineering Thesis I

Elective Course III

Elective Course IV

Elective Course V

9th Semester

Engineering Thesis II

Elective Course VI

Elective Course VII

Elective Course VIII

10th Semester

Internship

 

Mechatronic Engineering

Mechatronic Engineering develops engineers who work to automate the machines that control the functioning of other machines and complex systems with no need for human intervention. For this, they must understand the workings of machines and mechanical devices, control and automation, electronic instrumentation and computer programing.

Because of their knowledge of mechanical, electronic and computer engineering, mechatronic engineers find a wide array of job opportunities in the industrial sector (chemical, automotive, aviation, shipping, oil and gas) as well as the services sector (information technology, banking automation, automation system integration and consulting firms). The field also offers excellent opportunities for entrepreneurs who want to start their own business, working to apply the technologies learned to create solutions for users and companies, which include the development of, for example, medical devices, residential automation systems, smart home appliances and applications for mobile devices that interact with the physical world.

 

1st Semester

Software Design

Great Challenges of Engineering

Instrumentation & Measurement

Modeling & Simulation of the Physical World

Design Nature

Extracurricular Activities

2nd Semester

Electric Actuators

Data Science

Co-Design of Applications

Physics of Movement

Calculus of Variations

3rd Semester

Biomechanics

Deconstructing Matter

Design for Manufacturing

Devices that Move the World

Multivariable Mathematics

4th Semester

Technological Entrepreneurship

Field & Wave Electromagnetics

Mechanics of Solids

Modeling & Control

Thermo-Fluid Dynamics

5th Semester

Fabrication & Metrology

Machine Mechanisms & Elements

Numerical Methods

Mechatronic Project

Electronic Systems & Microprocessors

6th Semester

Hydraulic & Pneumatic Automation

Classic Control

Electrical Machines & Actuation

Automation Project

Elective Course I

7th Semester

Modern Control

Energy Conversion Machinery & Systems

Technological & Environmental Chemistry

Control Project

Elective Course II

8th Semester

Engineering Thesis I

Elective Course III

Elective Course IV

Elective Course V

9th Semester

Engineering Thesis II

Elective Course VI

Elective Course VII

Elective Course VIII

10th Semester

Internship

 

Why choose Insper?

Our learning and teaching methodology is centered on the student, based on practical projects and develops professionals to solve real-world problems. Teamwork, design, entrepreneurship and continuing learning are other characteristics of the program that are evident since the first day of class.

In their first two semesters, during the Basic Cycle, students in all three Engineering programs study together. In the third and fourth semesters, students in the Mechanical and Mechatronic programs continue to study the same courses, while those in the Computer program begin courses in the Specific Cycle.

 

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