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History

The Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering from the University of Brasilia (UNB) started in 1979 with the creation of the Masters course in two fields of concentration, and the Doctorate course was established in 2000. Since then, the program's two main fields of knowledge came to be Systems and Automation and Telecommunications.

The Graduate Program in Electronic Systems and Automation Engineering was established in 2009, after a dismemberment of the Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering. The professors who work in the Graduate Program in Electronic Systems and Automation Engineering therefore have scientific and practical experience in lecturing graduate courses, acquired due to their work in the old program.

The proposal for the new graduate program is in compliance with the technical-scientific profile of the research groups that are part of the program. This effort comes in seeking and maintaining a program of excellence graduate with master's and doctoral courses in the following fields of expertise: Microelectronics, Biomedical Engineering, Signal Processing and Control, and Automation. The program was rated as grade 4 by CAPES in the 2010 evaluation.