Pós-Graduação IOUSP

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O Programa de Pós-Graduação em Oceanografia (PPGO) está vinculado ao IOUSP e oferece cursos Strictu-Sensu de Mestrado e Doutorado. O programa é resultado da fusão dos três programas oferecidos até 2010 (Oceanografia Biológica, Oceanografia Química e Geológica e Oceanografia Física) e herda o histórico e tradição de mais de 40 anos de pós-graduação no IOUSP, tendo outorgado mais de 700 títulos (aprox. 500 mestres e 260 doutores).

Os Editais do processo seletivo são divulgados com antecedência mínima de 30 dias. O processo seletivo para o Mestrado ocorre uma vez por ano, geralmente entre os meses de outrubro e novembro. O ingresso para o Doutorado segue o Edital de fluxo contínuo.

O PPGO se destaca pela diversidade das linhas de pesquisa, contanto com orientadores dotados de competência nas diferentes áreas da oceanografia. O programa possui quatro áreas de concentração com suas respectivas linhas de pesquisa:

Oceanografia Biológica
• Usos, Impactos e Gestão dos Recursos e Ecossistemas Marinhos
• Estrutura e Funcionamento de Ecossistemas Marinhos

Oceanografia Física
• Circulação Oceânica em Grande e Meso- Escalas
• Dinâmica da Plataforma Continental e de Estuários

Oceanografia Química
• Biogeoquímica marinha e dinâmica de interfaces
• Química orgânica marinha

Oceanografia Geológica
• Sedimentação marinha
• Evolução dos fundos marinhos e paleoceanografia


Um dos objetivos do PPGO é formar especialistas na análise de variações temporais e espaciais dos processos físicos, químicos, geológicos e biológicos em ambientes costeiros e oceânicos, no contexto do conjunto de suas linhas de pesquisa. Essa diversidade temática possibilita a interação entre as diferentes áreas de concentração e o contato e colaboração com pesquisadores de outros Institutos da USP e outras instituições do Brasil e do exterior.

 

Avaliação CAPES

Na última Avaliação Trienal (2010 – 2012) realizada pela CAPES o PPGO obteve conceito 6 (seis), consolidando-o como um Programa de Excelência com alto padrão internacional.

Os programas de pós-graduação são avaliados continuamente pela CAPES, que os classifica com conceitos entre 2 e 7, indicando o impacto dos programas nos cenários nacional e internacional. Os conceitos 6 e 7 são exclusivos aos programas que oferecem doutorado com nível de excelência, desempenho equivalente ao dos mais importantes centros internacionais de ensino e pesquisa, alto nível de inserção internacional, grande capacidade de nucleação de novos grupos de pesquisa e ensino e cujo corpo docente desempenhe papel de liderança e representatividade na respectiva comunidade.

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Secretaria de Pós-Graduação

Ana Paula Dourado Evangelista
Leticia Furusawa Rodrigues
Daniel de Queiroz Nunes
Tel. (11) 3091-6528
e-mail:

Horário de funcionamento: Segunda a Sexta-feira, das 08h30 às 11h30 e das 12:30 às 17:30

 

Graduate Program IOUSP

The Graduate Program in Oceanography (PPGO) is linked to the Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo and offers strictu-sensu Masters and Doctoral courses. The program is the result of the merger of the three programs offered up to 2010 (Biological Oceanography, Chemical and Geological Oceanography and Physical Oceanography) and inherits the history and tradition of more than 40 years of graduate studies at IOUSP, having awarded more than 880 titles (581 masters and 299 doctors).

Openings of the selection process are disclosed at least 30 days in advance. The selection process for the Master course takes place once a year, usually between the months of October and November. The admission to the Doctorate follows a continuous flow selection process.

The PPGO stands out for the diversity of research lines, with advisors with competences in the different areas of oceanography. The program has four areas of concentration with their respective research lines:

Biological Oceanography

  • Uses, Impacts and Management of Marine Resources and Ecosystems
  • Structure and Functioning of Marine Ecosystems

Physical Oceanography

  • Large and Meso-Scales Oceanic Circulation
  • Dynamics of the Continental Shelf and Estuaries

Chemical Oceanography

  • Marine biogeochemistry and interface dynamics
  • Marine organic chemistry

Geological Oceanography

  • Marine sedimentation
  • Evolution of the seabed and paleoceanography

One of the objectives of the PPGO is to train specialists in the analysis of temporal and spatial variations of physical, chemical, geological and biological processes in coastal and ocean environments, in the context of all the research lines. This diversity in themes enables the interaction between the different areas of concentration and the contact and collaboration with researchers from other Institutes of the University and other institutions in Brazil and abroad.

 

CAPES Evaluation

In the last Triennial Evaluation (2010-2012) carried out by CAPES, PPGO was ranked with grade 6 (out of seven), consolidating it as a Program of Excellence with high international standard.

Graduate programs are continuously evaluated by CAPES (Coordination of Higher Education Personnel), which classifies them with grades ranging from 2 to 7, indicating the impact of the programs in the national and international scenarios. Grades 6 and 7 are unique to programs offering PhDs with a level of excellence, performance equivalent to that of the most important international teaching and research centers, high level of international insertion, great capacity for nucleation of new research and teaching groups and whose academic staff plays a leading role in the respective community.

 

Graduate Office

Ana Paula Dourado Evangelista
Leticia Furusawa Rodrigues
Daniel de Queiroz Nunes
Tel. (11) 3091-6528
email:

 

The Graduate Program in Oceanography (PPGO) is linked to the Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo and offers strictu-sensu Masters and Doctoral courses. The program is the result of the merger of the three programs offered up to 2010 (Biological Oceanography, Chemical and Geological Oceanography and Physical Oceanography) and inherits the history and tradition of more than 40 years of graduate studies at IOUSP, having awarded more than 880 titles (581 masters and 299 doctors).

 

Openings of the selection process are disclosed at least 30 days in advance. The selection process for the Master course takes place once a year, usually between the months of October and November. The admission to the Doctorate follows a continuous flow selection process.

 

The PPGO stands out for the diversity of research lines, with advisors with competences in the different areas of oceanography. The program has four areas of concentration with their respective research lines:

 

Biological Oceanography

• Uses, Impacts and Management of Marine Resources and Ecosystems

• Structure and Functioning of Marine Ecosystems

 

Physical Oceanography

• Large and Meso-Scales Oceanic Circulation

• Dynamics of the Continental Shelf and Estuaries

 

Chemical Oceanography

• Marine biogeochemistry and interface dynamics

• Marine organic chemistry

 

Geological Oceanography

• Marine sedimentation

• Evolution of the seabed and paleoceanography

 

One of the objectives of the PPGO is to train specialists in the analysis of temporal and spatial variations of physical, chemical, geological and biological processes in coastal and ocean environments, in the context of all the research lines. This diversity in themes enables the interaction between the different areas of concentration and the contact and collaboration with researchers from other Institutes of the University and other institutions in Brazil and abroad.

 

 

CAPES Evaluation

 

In the last Triennial Evaluation (2010-2012) carried out by CAPES, PPGO was ranked with grade 6 (out of seven), consolidating it as a Program of Excellence with high international standard.

 

Graduate programs are continuously evaluated by CAPES (Coordination of Higher Education Personnel), which classifies them with grades ranging from 2 to 7, indicating the impact of the programs in the national and international scenarios. Grades 6 and 7 are unique to programs offering PhDs with a level of excellence, performance equivalent to that of the most important international teaching and research centers, high level of international insertion, great capacity for nucleation of new research and teaching groups and whose academic staff plays a leading role in the respective community.

 

 

Graduate Office

 

Ana Paula Dourado Evangelista

Leticia Furusawa Rodrigues

Daniel de Queiroz Nunes

Tel. (11) 3091-6528

email: 

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