Intellectual production

The intellectual production of the professors, students, and alumni embodied in papers presented at conferences and published in scientific journals is the reason for which a graduate program exists and the channel through which the knowledge generated by the research groups reaches society. By means of this scientific dissemination, graduate programs can have important economic and social impacts and thus exercise their role as transformers of people, companies, and governments.

This section presents the results of research projects developed within the scope of the PPGA.  There are thousands of master’s dissertations, doctoral theses, conference papers, and published articles by the professors and students of the program.