More than 25 years of activities dedicated to the development of Brazilian society, promoting the academic-industrial connection through technological research. Our story tells a little of each stage we live and achievements we obtain.
Founders of CCM
Prof. Dr. Luis Gonzaga Trabasso
Prof. Dr. Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes
Prof. Dr. Sergio Frascino Muller de Almeida.
First CCM installation
1991 / 2000
Implementation of the shop floor at CCM
1991 / 2000
First logotype CCM
2001 / 2010
CCM New Logotype
Implementation of aircraft structural assembly automation
First Patent Developed at CCM
Start ITA Challenge - 2012
Inauguration of the new CCM
Start ENGRENA ITA
Fraunhofer Project Center Starts
Renewal of Legacy 500-inspired painting
The laboratory council is formed by 10 professors from different areas of knowledge, thus adding a multidisciplinary characteristic to the CCM. In addition to the academic areas in which each professor operates: manufacturing, automation, structures, metrology and machine elements, the CCM council also has direct contact with the Brazilian industrial sector. This ease of communication opens doors for the laboratory’s research to be in sync with the national industrial development.
With the purpose of giving back to society all knowledge acquired in the academic area, in addition to developing technically qualified people, the laboratory promotes projects directly with the Brazilian industrial sector. Seeking to develop the national industry, the research and development (R&D) projects carried out in the laboratory, converge academic knowledge and the desire for research with the development requirements of the national scenario. Click on the link below to learn more about the R&D projects carried out by the laboratory.
Without losing the multidisciplinary nature that governs the laboratory, the R&D projects developed by the CCM often rely on academic partnerships from other teaching and research institutions (ICTs). We always look for partners who add knowledge and are willing to overcome the challenges imposed by the Brazilian national sector. Come be part of our team, be it a researcher or educational institution, contact us through the link below.
No research project would be carried out without the desire of the Brazilian researcher. Experience academic research being applied directly to Brazilian society. Be part of the CCM group of researchers, carry out your academic research developing themes from the state of the art of engineering and seeing your results become development for society. To be part of a CCM employee, you must be linked to an ITA graduate program. Click on the link below to learn more.