Research Group in Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
Preferential research activities
Techniques and instrumental approaches
Admission of students
New students are admitted every year, to replace the co-workers that obtained their Master or PhD degree or have finished their Post-Doc stay. The broad range of research activities can be evaluated by visiting the laboratory or examining the supervisor's curricula, I.G.R. Gutz, L. Angnes e C.L. do Lago. Frequently, projects can fit the candidate's profile, by dosing the following two mainstreams:
a) Central interest is interdisciplinary research involving new devices, instrumentation, electronic circuits, interfaces or software for system control and data analysis.
b) Main focus on real analytical problems, e.g., related to the environment or quality control, preferentially using systems and methods from ongoing research of co-workers with profile a).
Brazil maintains cooperation agreements with many countries, some of them comprising funds for exchange of researchers. In Brazil, the supervisor's research grant cannot be spent to pay students, but a number of funding agencies provide fellowships. Students shall apply a specific PhD or post-doc project with their supervisor and wait a couple of months for the decision.
The group already interacts with colleagues from other institutions and is receptive to new synergistic cooperations and joint projects with researchers from other universities and research centers.
Analytical and consultant services
Considered when related to ongoing research or when demanding expertise not available elsewhere.
Rolf Gutz, e-mail: email@example.com;
Lúcio Angnes, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudimir Lucio do Lago, e-mail: email@example.com
Phone: (11) 3091-3781 (secret.), -2150 (fax/phone, IGRG), -3828(LA,CLL).
Instituto de Química - USP (see map of USP)
Block12 Sup., labs. 1266 to 1276
Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes, 748
05508-900 São Paulo, SP, Brazil