The PPG Design of Anhembi Morumbi University promotes the insertion of researchers through a post-doctoral internship. Postdoctoral candidates must have a doctoral degree obtained in national courses evaluated by CAPES. In the case of a doctorate carried out outside the country, the diploma must have been duly validated by a Postgraduate Program qualified for such process. The post-doctoral internship at PPG Design at UAM complies with the provisions of the National Post-Doctoral Program,Portaria CAPES nº 086, de 03 de julho de 2013, as well as other relevant legislation.

The Post-Doctorate has a minimum duration of 12 (twelve) and a maximum of 60 (sixty) months and is offered in two modalities: A) by means of a specific selection notice for the PNPD / CAPES grant, as disclosed on the PPG Design – UAM website; B) selection in continuous flow (without scholarship), through submission throughout the year. It will be the responsibility of the post-doctoral internship supervisor approved in this last modality, the eventual submission of a project to the research support foundations and development agencies, aiming to raise a scholarship – as long as it meets the respective formal and legal demands.

For the post-doctoral selection process in both modalities, the candidate must submit, by email, to PPG Design: 1) copy of the updated Lattes Curriculum; 2) digital copy of the doctoral thesis; 3) research project (annual); 4) work plan (annual); 5) letter of acceptance from the possible supervisor, a member of the Program’s permanent faculty. The submitted documents will be evaluated by the PPG Design Graduate Commission, following: 6) interview with candidate. The results will be published within 3 (three) days after the interview.

The initial validity of the Post-Doctorate is 12 (twelve) months, which can be extended, annually, up to a maximum period of 60 (sixty) months. For the renewal of the post-doctoral internship for a duration of the same period, that is, another 12 (twelve) months, the post-doctoral candidate must deliver in the tenth month of the current period: 1) annual activity report; 2) copy of the Lattes Curriculum updated with supporting documentation of the productions made during the period; 3) research project updated for the new annual cycle; 4) updated work plan for the new annual cycle. To these documents will be attached: 5) supervisor’s report on the development of the post-doctoral internship in the period. The submitted documents will be evaluated by the PPG Design Graduate Commission, which will decide on the eventual renewal of the doctoral internship.

At the end of the Post-Doctorate, the post-doctoral student must deliver, within 30 days after the completion date: 1) final activity report; 2) copy of the Lattes Curriculum, with supporting documentation of the productions made during the period of the post-doctoral internship; 3) unpublished text resulting from the research project / work plan, aiming at submission to a journal defined by common agreement with the supervisor. To these documents will be added: 4) the supervisor’s final report on the development of the post-doctoral internship throughout the period; 5) copy of the annual activity reports delivered by the postdoctoral student; 6) copy of the annual reports prepared by the supervisor .; The submitted documents will be evaluated by the PPG Design Graduate Commission, which will decide whether to issue a certificate attesting the completion of the post-doctoral internship.

Dr. Marcos Mortensen Steagall

The submitted documents will be evaluated by the PPG Design Graduate Commission, which will decide whether to issue a certificate attesting the completion of the post-doctoral internship. PhD in Arts & Design from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), with the thesis “Immersive Photography: Between the cognitive and the physical”. Also at AUT, he is a professor senior lecturer, master’s and doctoral advisor, coordinator of the Course Communication Design and research leader in the same department. Since 2000, he has been a teacher and manager in higher education. Designer and photographer, with wide and outstanding commercial and artistic production. Creator and organizer of the “LINK: Practice-oriented Symposium” . Its research fields involve teaching design, research methodologies conducted by practice (practice-led research), photography and indigenous epistemologies.

Research: “The darkest places: a photographic investigation into New Zealand outdoors made at night”

Period: 2020 – current

Link: https://www.aut.ac.nz/profiles?id=em8852&asset=292815

Link: https://www.steagall.com.br/

Dr. Luciano de Abreu Tavares

He holds a Post-Doctorate at PPGDesign at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, in which he develops the research “Triangular approach in the teaching of graphic design”, with the supervision of Profa. Dra. Anna Mae Tavares Bastos Barbosa. Doctor and Master in History of Science from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). Specialist in Design, Production and Graphic Technology at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi. Graduated in Plastic Arts and Full Degree in Artistic Education at Faculdade Paulista de Artes (FPA). Graduated in Social Sciences at the Metropolitan University of Santos (UNIMES). Professional experience in art direction and graphic design.

Period: 2018-progress.

Project: Triangular approach in the teaching of graphic design.

Link: https://lattes.cnpq.br/5185442941849556

Dra. Andréa Catrópa da Silva

He completed a Post-Doctorate ”at PPGDesign at Anhembi Morumbi University, in which he develops the research“ Digital Poetry – Interfaces of Literature with Design, Art and Technology ”, with the supervision of Prof. Dr. Gilbertto Prado. PhD and Master in Literary Theory and Graduated in Letters at FFLCH-USP. Graduated in Social Communication – Advertising and Marketing at Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM). He participated in several anthologies and collections of short stories and poetry in Brazil and abroad, in addition to acting as an editor. She was twice awarded with the Rumos Itaú Cultural award (Literature – Audiofiction in 2004; and Literary Criticism in 2007) and with the Cultural Action Program (ProAC) of the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture (Audio Programs for the Promotion of Literature in 2007; and Literary Creation and Translation Projects in 2012). Professor at PPGDesign at Anhembi Morumbi University.

Period: 2017-2020.

Project: Digital Poetry – Interfaces of literature with design, art and technology.

Link: https://lattes.cnpq.br/9512402430880772

Dr. Bruno Santana de Oliveira

He completed a Post-Doctorate at PPGDesign at Anhembi Morumbi University, with the research “Development of design methodologies and tools for exergames projects”, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Sérgio Nesteriuk. PhD, Master in Design and Graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). Works in design research related to the design of games and digital products, covering topics such as: design methods, research with users / Personas, gamification, product analysis / reverse engineering and prototyping.

Period: 2016-06 / 2019

Project: Development of methodologies and design tools for exergames projects.

Link: https://lattes.cnpq.br/3957580548665652

Dra. Leila Maria Reinert do Nascimento In Memoriam

He completed a Post-Doctorate at PPGDesign at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, with the development of the research “About the infinitely small and the sensations of minimal things: design and art in the new configurations of the sensible”, under the supervision of Profa. Dra. Cristiane Mesquita. PhD and Master in Communication and Semiotics from PUC / SP. Specialist in Art History by Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP). Graduated in “Maitrise” of Plastic Arts at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne, PARIS 1, France. Bachelor of Painting from the School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná (EMBAP). Develops research that focuses on sensitive perception in the communication of subtle thoughts. Understanding the multiplicity of fields of knowledge that encompass making art, visual poetics, in recent years, has studied the articulation between recent research in neuroscience on the subjective qualities of the mind and the processes of artistic creation related to memory and learning that refine our sensitive perception. Develops, in the scope of design, projects in surface design, especially in textile printing, for Uroporus Design.

Period: 2015-02 / 2016

Project: On the infinitely small and the sensations of minimal things: design and art in the new configurations of the sensitive.

Link: https://lattes.cnpq.br/6481635538332588

CAPES Ordinance No. 086, of July 3, 2013.
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