Brno University of Technology was founded in 1899 and initially offered a single course in civil engineering. It grew to become one of the major Czech Universities, with 8 faculties and 2 university institutes. It is focusing on technical, economical and art sciences, both on the educational and research level. A major part of applied research is initiated directly by industrial companies both domestic and international.

8 Brazilian students have been developing their projects at this famous University during the UNIGOU 2018. Their research has been performed at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and in the science centre Admas (Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies).

Meet some of the Unigouers below and check the outcomes of their work in form of FINAL POSTERS.

 

Bernardo Branco from UFRJ joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and worked on Testing of Bituminous Mixtures.

 

Felipe Fantelli from UNICAMP joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and developed a project regarding Aeroacoustic Analysis of Antomotive HVAC System.

 

Raon Vasconcelos from UFSC joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and worked on Characterization of Binary Intermetallic Compounds Manufactured From Cold Spray Deposits by Electron Beam Melting.

 

Pedro Henrique Pozzobon from UFBA joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and developed a project regarding The Influence of Voltage and Current Harmonic Distortion on Operation of Protection Relays.

 

Bruna Moura from UNICAMP joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and focused on Analysis of aerosol deposition in human airways.

 

Amauri Bevilacqua from UFRJ joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and developed a project regarding Micro-pollutants removal by filtration through biochar from microwave pyrolysis.

 

Conrado Segalla Guerra from UNICAMP joined UNIGOU program in the second half of 2017 and worked on a project regarding the Isoparametric Quadrilateral elements for 2D FEM Analysis.

 

Carine Gonçalves from UFRJ joined the UNIGOU Program in the first half of 2017 and focused on Use of Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Materials for Green Concrete Production.
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