Programa de Pós-graduação em Engenharia
Metalúrgica, Materiais e de Minas | UFMG

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Materials Science and Engineering

The Materials Science and Engineering is traditionally divided into the study of metallic, ceramic, polymeric and composite materials. This study involves synthesizing and processing materials, describing their atomic structures, at both micro and macro levels, and determining and analyzing their properties. This Focus Area also addresses the association of each material with its intended applications and the correlations between structure and properties and processing.

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Biomaterials
Eduardo Henrique Martins Nunes
Herman Sander Mansur
Marivalda de Magalhães Pereira
Rodrigo Lambert Oréfice
Ceramic, Polymers, Composites and Films
Eduardo Henrique Martins Nunes
Herman Sander Mansur
Manuel Houmard
Marivalda de Magalhães Pereira
Rodrigo Lambert Oréfice
Wander Luiz Vasconcelos
Functional materials
Augusta Cerceau Isaac Neta
Herman Sander Mansur

Extractive Metallurgy and Environment

Covers the processes for the production of metals, as well as Thermodynamics, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Kinetics and Transport Phenomena applied in Metallurgy. Research topics related to this area of knowledge involve the characterization and development of raw materials, process control, waste recovery and use of computational tools and physical modeling, seeking technological advances in the stages of agglomeration, reduction, refining and solidification of metals.

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Emissions Treatment
Daniel Majuste
Sônia Denise Ferreira Rocha
Virginia Sampaio Teixeira Ciminelli
Hydro and Electrometallurgy
Daniel Majuste
Virginia Sampaio Teixeira Ciminelli
Metallurgical Processes
Leandro Rocha Lemos
Maurício Covcevich Bagatini

Physical and Transformation Metallurgy

Physical Metallurgy investigates the fundamental aspects - and their relationship to - the elastoplastic behavior of metals and alloys. Microstructural characterization of new materials has been carried out using techniques ranging from conventional electron microscopy (SEM and TEM) to accelerated electron rings, correlating it with their physical, mechanical and chemical properties. The behavior of new materials when subjected to external loads and/or high temperatures has been widely studied, which contributes. It also addresses issues surrounding mechanical and metallurgical processes of manufacturing.

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Mechanical Shaping of Metals
Augusta Cerceau Isaac Neta
Eric Marchezini Mazzer
Paulo Roberto Cetlin
Pedro Henrique Rodrigues Pereira
Roberto Braga Figueiredo
Structure and Properties of Metals and Alloys
Augusta Cerceau Isaac Neta
Berenice Mendonça Gonzalez
Dagoberto Brandão Santos
Eric Marchezini Mazzer
Leandro de Arruda Santos
Paulo Roberto Cetlin
Pedro Henrique Rodrigues Pereira
Roberto Braga Figueiredo
Vicente Tadeu Lopes Buono
Witor Wolf
Coatings
Eric Marchezini Mazzer
Geralda Cristina Durães de Godoy
Leandro de Arruda Santos
Vicente Tadeu Lopes Buono
Witor Wolf
Thermal, mechanical and chemical treatments
Augusta Cerceau Isaac Neta
Berenice Mendonça Gonzalez
Dagoberto Brandão Santos
Eric Marchezini Mazzer
Leandro de Arruda Santos
Paulo Roberto Cetlin
Pedro Henrique Rodrigues Pereira
Roberto Braga Figueiredo
Vicente Tadeu Lopes Buono
Witor Wolf

Mineral Technology

Mineral Technology addresses the set of activities in which ore is the raw material. It interfaces at one end with Geology and, at the other end, with Extractive Metallurgy. The interaction of Mineral Technology activities with the environment is essential for the sustainability of operations.

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Characterization of Mineral Resources
Andréia Bicalho Henriques
Antônio Eduardo Clark Peres
Gilberto Rodrigues da Silva
Paulo Roberto Gomes Brandão
Ore Processing
Andréia Bicalho Henriques
Antônio Eduardo Clark Peres
Douglas Batista Mazzinghy
Gilberto Rodrigues da Silva
Paulo Roberto Gomes Brandão
Roberto Galéry

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