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Rules of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy

It provides about the organization of the Professional Master's Program
in Smart Energy of GNARUS INSTITUTE regulating aspects of the organization,
general operation, and giving other measures.


    Art. 1 – The GNARUS INSTITUTE's Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy has the following objectives:
    I. expand the training acquired in graduation;
    II qualify staff for the exercise of activities aimed at teaching and research; And
    III enables the professional to work in technical-scientific activities and innovation in Smart Energy.
    Art. 2 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy of GNARUS INSTITUTE has an eminently multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary character. It strictly follows the concepts of professional stricto-sensu graduate studies, following Normative Ordinance No. 17, of 28 December 2009, the Ministry of Education, and the Documents of the Indisciplinary Area of CAPES.
    Art. 3 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy from GNARUS INSTITUTE has a concentration area with the same name as the Program, Smart Energy, and two main lines of operation: Energy and Systems, and Industry 4.0.
    Art. 4 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy of GNARUS INSTITUTE can only begin its activities after the approval of the respective project (APCN) by CAPES.
    Art. 5 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy can only close its activities after the approval of the Technical-Scientific Council of GNARUS INSTITUTE and CAPES.
    §1 - The closing process may be initiated by the Program itself or the Technical-Scientific Council.
    §2 - The Technical-Scientific Council may compose a specialized evaluation committee for issuing an opinion that supports its decision.

    Art. 6 – The Professional Master's Degree in Smart Energy aims to train post-graduate professionals able to develop new techniques and processes, with differentiated performance of graduates of existing master's courses in the deepening of knowledge or techniques of scientific, technological research, especially in the context of the concentration areas.
    Art. 7 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy has a vocation for self-financing, so they must be exploited for initiatives of agreements and contracts with a view to sponsoring their activities that ensure self-sustainability.

    Art. 8 – The Professional Master's Degree in Smart Energy aims to offer multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary training in the area of energy, energy systems, electrical systems, and energy-economic policies.
    Art. 9 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy should observe the following general principles:
    I curricular flexibility that meets the diversity of knowledge trends and offers vast possibilities for technical and scientific improvement; and
    II opening up candidates with different professional backgrounds, provided that observed in the selection process.
    Art. 10 – The Professional Master's degree in Smart Energy must be governed by principles and values that allow the permanent search for academic excellence:
    I. impersonality, publicity, ethics, and morality about its management and relationship with society;
    II. full transparency, towards the internal and external public; And
    III. respect for the human being and the appreciation of environmental balance with attention to the social.


    Art. 11 – The Coordination and Administration of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy is composed: the Technical-Scientific Council of the GNARUS INSTITUTE, the Program Coordinator, the Program Council and the technical-administrative staff of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
    Art. 12 – The Technical-Scientific Council must elect a Professional Master's Coordinator in Smart Energy, approve its actions and guide the main guidelines to be met.

    Art. 13 – The Program Coordinator should conduct his Program, aiming to achieve the best possible performances and always with the support and following the guidelines of the Technical-Scientific Council.
    Art. 14 - It is up to the Program Coordinator:
    I. Define the overall policy of the Program heard by the Technical-Scientific Council;
    II. Deliberate on strategic issues of the Program;
    III. Continuously evaluate program performance;
    IV. Choose three professors from the permanent framework of the Program to compose the Program Council;
    V. Convene and chair meetings with the Program Council;
    VI. Represent the Program;
    VII. Convene and chair meetings with the Assembly of the Program, composed of its permanent professors;
    VIII. Take necessary measures to promote the Program;
    IX. Verify compliance with the programmatic content and workload of the program's disciplines;
    X. Elaborate on the academic calendar of the Program;
    XI. Prepare the class schedules for each school period;
    XII. Analyze and decide student transfer processes;
    XIII. Analyze and determine credit validation;
    XIV. Coordinate the process of selecting new students;
    XV. Evaluate professors by applying the regulations on the entry and exit of professors in the Program; And
    XVI. Communicate to the Technical-Scientific Council any irregularity in the operation of the Program and request the necessary corrections.

    Art. 15 – The Program Council is an advisory body of the Program Coordinator.
    Art. 16 – The Program Council is composed of three professors of the permanent framework of the Program.
    §1 – The Program Council meets whenever convened by the Program Coordinator or on-demand from two of its members.
    Art. 17 – It is up to the Program Council:
    I. Assist the Program Coordinator in administrative and educational issues of the Program;
    II. Temporarily replace the Program Coordinator in its impediment;
    III. Assist the Program Coordinator in Personnel Development Policies;
    IV. Assist the Program Coordinator in decision-making on issues omitted in the Program Regulation;
    V. Act as an instance of appeal in disciplinary student proceedings;
    VI. Assist the Program Coordinator in fixing the number of vacancies for each course;
    VII. Assist the Program Coordinator in establishing course evaluation standards;
    VIII. Assist the Program Coordinator in setting standards for the evaluation of administrative and teaching activities; And
    IX. Approve the pedagogical projects of the courses.

    Art. 18 – The technical-administrative staff of the GNARUS INSTITUTE is made up of an official who is regulated by current labor laws and the Statute of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
    Art. 19 – Activities of technical-administrative staff are considered:
    I. those related to the permanent maintenance and adequacy of technical, administrative and operational support, necessary for the fulfillment of institutional objectives; And
    II. Those inherent in support for the management, leadership, coordination, advice, and assistance of the institution itself.


    Art. 20 – Professors must be classified as: permanent, collaborators or visitors.
    §1 – The permanent professor must act in the teaching activities, research projects, and guidance (or co-orientation) of program students.
    §2 – The collaborating professor may work in only one of the events: teaching, research project or co-orientation of program students and for a maximum period of 4 years, unless otherwise and duly justified.
    §3 – Visiting professors can act in only one of the activities: teaching, research project, or co-orientation of program students and for a maximum period of 2 years.
    §4 – The temporary hiring of Collaborating Professors and Visiting Professors is always made with the consent of the Technical-Scientific Council.
    Art. 21 – The proportion between permanent professors and employees/visitors must meet the minimum established by CAPES through the Documents and/or Reports of the Interdisciplinary Area.
    Art. 22 – Professors must have the title of doctor or equivalent and specialized training compatible with the area and research line of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy for which their accreditation is being requested.
    §1 – The Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy can admit masters in their faculty in an exceptional character, but always as a collaborating professor.
    §2 – Professors admitted to the faculty of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy only with the master's degree must have intellectual and technical production disclosed in recognized vehicles and wide circulation in their area of knowledge. A portion of this framework may be made up of specific qualifications and experienced professionals in the field relevant to that of the Program proposal.

    Art. 23 – Professors of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy must undergo an accreditation process at the entrance of the Program and every two years or in the evaluation period of CAPES, whichever occurs first.
    §1 – The professor outside the GNARUS INSTITUTE may be registered, from an evaluation of the Technical-Scientific Council, the Program Coordinator heard, by invitation or request, at any time; but should go through the same accreditation process.
    Art. 24 – The accreditation of a professor must meet the following criteria:
    I. have published (or accepted for publication), at least two points in journals classified in Qualis Periódicos, from A1 to B1, for Interdisciplinary, in the last 36 months;
    II. Have oriented (or co-oriented) or being guiding (or co-oriented) during the evaluation period at least two master's dissertations in the Program;
    III. Have coordinated (or participated) or be organizing (or attending) at least one research project linked to the program's research lines with external funding.
    §1 – The evaluation occurs by the facts that are correctly recorded in the cv lattes of the professor.
    Art. 25 – The disaccreditation of a professor occurs when an evaluation occurs, and if he does not meet the criteria defined in the accreditation process of a professor.
    §1 – Disaccreditation must be effected from the beginning of the year following the evaluation.
    Art. 26 – In the event of disaccreditation, the Program Coordinator, listening to the Program Council, shall decide whether professors are kept as advisors (or co-advisors) for a period of no later than 6 months.
    §1 – Professors in the process of disaccreditation cannot receive new guidelines and cannot provide disciplines in the Program.

    Art. 27 – Only permanent professors of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy can be advisors to master's dissertations.
    Art. 28 – Only advisors to master's dissertations of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy can be those professors who already have previous experiences of mentoring or co-orientation of master's or doctorate.
    Art. 29 – Professors of the Program who do not have previous experience in mentoring or co-orientation of master's or doctorate should be co-advisors.
    Art. 30 – The maximum number of students per advisor should not exceed eight, excluding from this count, students with defense forecast in the next six months.
    §1 - If the professor exceeds the ceiling, he/she cannot receive new guidelines until he is within the established limit.
    §2 – This limit can be relaxed, upon request to the Program Coordinator for advisors who demonstrate the capacity to attract resources, high scientific productivity, titration time of appropriate trainees and have infrastructure compatible with the development of the proposed activities.
    Art. 31 – The student is provided, to request the exchange of Advisor, provided that it is approved by the Program Coordinator, the Program Council heard, by submitting a new dissertation proposal.

    Art. 32 – The faculty of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy has, according to its category, the following attributions:
    I. to provide disciplines related to the respective area, as well as leveling subjects and other academic activities of interest to the Program;
    II. Guide students regularly enrolled in the Program in their dissertations, when officially assigned to do so;
    III. Participate in examining newsstands for defenses and dissertation qualifications;
    IV. Participate in committees, such as the Program Council itself, selection and other of interest to the Program, when officially appointed to do so;
    V. Represent the Program and participate in external advisory committees or committees when appointed formally to do so;
    VI. Provide the Coordination with all the information necessary for reporting, accreditation or reaccreditation processes in general and opinions; And
    VII. Other activities are relevant to the Program, prescribed by GNARUS INSTITUTE.


    Art. 33 – The holders of a degree in undergraduate degrees obtained in a course recognized by the National Council of Education (CNE), who have affinity with the concentration area of the Program and who meet the requirements required in the selection process notice.
    §1 – It may, at the discretion of the Program Coordinator, be admitted candidate with a degree of degree obtained from an institution in another country, provided that the local Brazilian consular body duly recognizes it.
    §2 – For registration in the selection process, the presentation of proof of completion of the undergraduate course can be waived, but must be presented at the time of booking.
    Art. 34 – For registration, the candidate must comply with the notice of the selection process of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy, which must be included on his website.
    Art. 35 – The number of vacancies for regular students destined for the Program is fixed annually by the Program Coordinator, observing the availability of accredited advisors.
    Art. 36 – The selection of entry into the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy is carried out by the Program Coordinator, together with the Program Council.
    §1 - The collection is made according to the documents presented in the registration by each candidate.
    §2 – After the selection process, candidates must be informed by the Program Coordinator of their acceptance or not in the course.
    §3 – Selected candidates must be summoned to register on specific dates.

    Art. 37 – At the time of initial registration, the candidate approved in the selection process must present the following documents the act of registration:
    I. CV Lattes updated (maximum refresh time equal to two months);
    II. Summary of the candidate's professional life (limited to a report);
    III. Possible dissertation project (limited to a report);
    IV. Complete school history;
    V. Duly registered diploma or certificate of completion of course and document issued by the educational institution proving the application for the diploma;
    VI. Birth certificate or marriage;
    VII. Photo ids;
    VIII. Registration of individuals;
    IX. Voter title;
    X. Valid passport in the case of foreigners; And
    XI. Proof of payment of registration.
    Art. 38 – He is considered a student of the Program, all who have graduated from his initial registration and was not disconnected from the Course.
    §1 – The foreign candidate may only be admitted to the Program when presenting a valid passport and temporary or permanent visa that authorizes him to study in Brazil.


    Art. 39 – The curricular components for student education are:
    I. Activities: these are student training requirements that do not give you credits, including the proficiency exam, the follow-up of dissertation and the seminars discipline;
    II. Disciplines: student academic training requirements that provide him with credit every fifteen hours of a theoretical and/or practical nature; and
    III. Research: a fundamental need for the development of his master's thesis.
    §1 – The research should be integrated into a research project of the Program. It should take place within one of the program's research lines and always count on the contribution of professors from both lines of the Program, aiming at multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity of the research.
    Art. 40 – The student's evaluation is defined in the Teaching Plan and is expressed on a final note, without decimal place, ranging from 0 (zero) to 100 (one hundred).
    Art. 41 – It is considered approved in activities and disciplines, the student who meets simultaneously the following requirements:
    I. have obtained a minimum frequency of 75% (seventy-five); And
    II. Have achieved a result equal to or greater than 70 (seventy).
    Art. 42 – The student is allowed to lock the registration in discipline up to one week after its beginning, upon request made by the student to the Program Coordinator; there is, in this case, no assessment of its use
    §1 – O discente deve manter seu vínculo com o Programa por meio da matrícula em pelo menos uma disciplina ou atividade.
    Art. 43 – In the case of courses or disciplines outside the Program, credit recognition must be requested, formally, by the student to the Program Coordinator, accompanied by the School History or similar and their topics.
    §1 – The Program defines the criteria for credit recognition and there may be recourse to the Technical-Scientific Council of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.

    Art. 44 – The Work Plan consists of a simplified form proper to the Program, in which a summary is presented with the general information of the dissertation as objectives, simplified methodology and main bibliography.
    §1 – The student must submit his Work Plan to the Program Coordinator, in his form, within a maximum period of six months from the beginning of the school period, for approval of the same.
    §2 – Any changes to the Work Plan shall be justified and again submitted to the approval of the Coordinator.
    Art. 45 – The Master's Thesis is developed by the student under the supervision of a Dissertation Advisor, who is a permanent professor of the Program.
    §1 – There should be a co-advisor, with a different area of the advisor, with a doctor's (or equivalent) title, which may be internal or external to the PPG.
    §2 – The co-advisor may have only the master title, but must meet the other items of this Regulation.
    Art. 46 – It is up to the dissertation advisor:
    I. Guide the preparation of the Work Plan to be developed;
    II. The report, when requested, the progress of the work under their responsibility;
    III. Evaluate the student in the dissertation follow-up activity;
    IV. Monitor the tasks of preparation and writing of the dissertation; And
    V. Recommend, to the Program Coordinator, the defense of the dissertation.
    Art. 47 – Every six months, the student must submit to the Program Coordinator, with the consent of his advisor, for his evaluation the development of his dissertation.

    Art. 48 – The format of the master's thesis is defined by the Technical-Scientific Council and can be written in traditional format or in the format of articles, in the language Portuguese or English.
    §1 – The traditional dissertation must contain the pre-textual and post-textual elements (References, Appendices, and Annexes being the last two optional), in addition to:
    I. Introduction, Objectives (may be included in the Introduction), Literature Review (may appear in the Introduction), Methodology or Material and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion; Or
    II. Introduction, Development, and Conclusions.
    §2 – The master's thesis in the format of articles includes the presentation of at least two resulting articles, at least one of them published or formally accepted in journals classified by Qualis of the Interdisciplinary Area in extract A1 to B1, in addition to the pre-textual elements, an introductory chapter and a chapter of conclusions.
    §3 – The master's thesis in the format of articles must contain all items written in a single language.
    Art. 49 – For the submission of the master's thesis, the student must have fulfilled all the following items:
    I. Having achieved at least twenty-four credits in disciplines, twelve in mandatory disciplines and at least six in disciplines of their research line and three in discipline from the other line;
    II. Have attended and approved in the seminars discipline and presented topics when requested by the professor coordinator of the discipline;
    III. Have been approved in the Foreign Language Proficiency Exam;
    IV. Have submitted vouchers of at least two products listed in Art. 50; And
    V. Have presented the dissertation, in the electronic and printed medium, for submission to the Examining Committee.
    §1 – The Foreign Language Proficiency Examination is carried out in English; however, by a student's demand to the Program Coordinator, and according to the scope of the Program, another language can be verified in place of the English language.
    Art. 50 – The products, contained in Art's item IV. 49, must be displayed in the minimum number of two products, even if repeated, of the following items:
    I. Published article (or accepted for publication) in a journal classified by Qualis of the Interdisciplinary Area in extract A1 to B3;
    II. Patent application: submitted in the form of a research report, all the full documentation required for patent granting to the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), including the certificate of submission of the application;
    III. Registration of computational program: in the form of a research report, all the full documentation required by the PTO, including the certificate of submission of the software registration request;
    IV. Development of educational or instructional applications and materials: in the form of a research report, accompanied by academic or instructional products and examples or experiments involving their application; and/or
    V. Development of products, processes, or techniques: in the form of a research report, accompanied by the detailed description of products, methods or techniques and examples or experiments involving their application.

    Art. 51 – After the recommendation of the defense of the master's thesis, the student must present it and defend it in public session before an Examining Committee designated by the Program Coordinator
    §1 – The Examining Committee for the defense of the dissertation referred to in the Caput of the article shall be composed of the dissertation advisor, who presides it, by one or more professors of the Program, and, at the very least, by an examiner doctor external to the GNARUS INSTITUTE, which is among the experts in the field.
    §2 – The Program Coordinator chooses the members of the Examining Committee.
    §3 – The co-advisor may be part of the Examining Committee also, not counting on the composition of the preceding paragraph.
    §4 – In cases of legal exceptions provided for in the current legislation, in the impossibility of the advisor participating in the defense, the co-advisor or a professor appointed by the Program Coordinator may chair the Examining Committee for the defense of the dissertation.
    §5 – Participation as an evaluator in the Examining Committee for the defense of the member dissertation, including the advisor, who has a kinship, consanguineous or affinity, in a straight or collateral line, is prohibited until the third civil degree, with the candidate or between You.
    Art. 52 – After the request of the advisor of the candidate to the Coordinator of the Program, this marks the Public Defense, via The Defense Notice, in an appropriate place, in person or via the web, preferably in the premises of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
    §1 – In the event of closed banking, necessary to safeguard intellectual property or technological domain, it shall be informed by the advisor so that terms of secrecy are provided to its participants.
    Art. 53 – After the public defense work by the President of the Session, the following are the following phases:
    I. Formal presentation of all members of the bank;
    II. Call of the candidate by the President and reading the title of the master's thesis to be presented;
    III. Oral exposure by the candidate of the content of the dissertation, lasting up to thirty minutes, and can be extended to the scope of the President for another ten minutes;
    IV. The President then grants the word to each examiner, starting with the external (or external) for a suggested maximum time of thirty minutes, to directly sting the candidate;
    V. After all, examiners have accused the candidate. The President may give the examiners the floor again for final clarification;
    VI. After the examinations are a question, the word can, within the scope of the President, be passed on to the public present for questioning and comments, which must be organized and filtered by the President, in a maximum time of ten minutes;
    VII. Once this last defendant has completed, the President suspends the Defence Session so that the Trial Session can be held;
    VIII. At the Trial Session, each examiner shall assign the concepts to A (Approval) or R (Disapproval) to work and sign the specific forms of this Session;
    IX. Returning to the Public Session of Defense of Thesis, the President summons the candidate and proclaims the result because of the Statement Framework of Investigation, reading the Minutes of the Session;
    X. A copy of the Statement Board and the Minutes of the Session shall be delivered to the student; And
    XI. If there is nothing else to deal with, the President shall offer thanks to everyone on behalf of the GNARUS INSTITUTE and close the session.
    §1 – The President shall forward as soon as possible to the Program Coordinator, a copy of the Statement Framework and the Minutes of the Session, for the effect of administrative procedures.
    Art. 54 – The evaluation of the dissertation is made by the Examining Committee by assigning the following concepts: A (Approval) or R (Disapproval); coming to a final concept of the dissertation that may be: A (Approval), RR (Disapproved with possibility of Resubmission) or R (Disapproval).
    §1 – The work is considered approved if all examiners assign concept "A."
    §2 – The work is deemed to be disapproved if at least two examiners are assigned the concepts "R" to the candidate, and the student, in this case, is disconnected.
    §3 – If a single "R" concept is awarded to the applicant, the work is considered RR (Disapproved with the possibility of Resubmission), and the Examining Committee shall submit to the applicant:
    I. a list of corrections organized by the members of the Examining Committee which must be served by the student within a maximum of three months, otherwise it is considered disapproved;
    II. If there is a need for a new defense of the dissertation, it shall be carried out within a maximum period of three months from the date of the first defense, in a public session with the same Commission; And
    III. The Examining Committee may transfer, where another public defense session cannot be scheduled in the period stipulated in item II of this paragraph, the responsibility for the review to the advisor who may, based on the attendance of the corrections (depending on the topic I of this paragraph), approve or disapprove of the student.
    Art. 55 – The number of credits related to the dissertation is computed after the approval of the defense and the presentation of the definitive version with the proper corrections and consent of the advisor.
    Art. 56 – The maximum deadline for presentation of the definitive version of the dissertation is thirty days, counted from the date of defense, under penalty of cancellation of the defense.

    Art. 57 – For the conclusion of the Professional Master's Program in Smart Energy of the GNARUS INSTITUTE and receiving the title of master, the candidate must:
    I. have submitted all your documentation to GNARUS INSTITUTE;
    II. Have paid the course within twenty-four months, counted from the date of initial registration and excluded the registration lock periods;
    III. Have been approved in the public defense of the dissertation; And
    IV. Having delivered within the deadline, the final version of the dissertation.
    Art. 58 – The history for the master's course is issued in electronic format with authenticity verification code or other format defined by the Technical-Scientific Council.
    Art. 59 – The title conferred by the GNARUS INSTITUTE is that of Master of Smart Energy.
    Art. 60 – The diploma has electronic format with authenticity verification code. The diploma in non-electronic format is issued, at the request of the interested party to the Program Coordinator.
    Art. 61 – The student who does not meet the requirements laid down in Art. 57 of this Standard, is entitled only to the School History.

    Art. 62 – The deadline for completing the course is up to twenty-four months, counted from the date of initial registration and excluding registration periods.
    §1 – There may be an extension of the completion period of up to six months, upon request from the student, with the approval of the advisor and with a favorable decision of the Program Coordinator.
    §2 – Only in exceptional and duly justified cases, there may be a second extension of the full-final period of up to another six months, also requested by the student, with the approval of the advisor and with a favorable decision of the Coordinator of the Program.
    §3 – After the term of payment and its extensions, the student is automatically disconnected from the course.
    Art. 63 – A single suspension of the school period (registration lock) by the student for a period of not more than two semesters, consecutive or not, is permitted through a duly justified process with the presentation of documents and with the science of the advisor, and communicated to the Program Coordinator, who makes it with the registration of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
    §1 - If you do not have an advisor, the suspension must be made with the science of the Program Coordinator.
    §2 - Evaluations carried out during the registration lock period are not considered.
    Art. 64 – The student is disconnected from the course in one of the cases:
    I. At your request;
    II. By abandonment of it;
    III. When it is disapproved in two or more disciplines or activities;
    IV. If you exceed the full-time period outlined in Art. 62;
    V. Based on an infringement of moral principles, dignity, decorum or zeal; Or
    VI. Absence of enrollment in disciplines or activities during a semester (a school period).


    Art. 65 – The Technical-Scientific Council may amend this Rules of Procedure upon approval by the President of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.
    §1 – Changes arising from law, the application of which does not depend on regulation, or which do not contain optional forms that make the GNARUS INSTITUTE necessary, shall enter into force on the date of validity of the law.
    Art. 66 – The cases omitted in this Rules of Procedure are resolved by the Program Coordinator.
    Art. 67 – The decisions of the Program Coordinator, which should be sent to the Technical-Scientific Council should be appealed to the Technical-Scientific Council.
    §1 – The appeal must be brought within five working days, counted from the date of knowledge of the decision.
    Art. 68 – Until there is no new regulation, all relevant legislation remains in force at the GNARUS INSTITUTE which does not conflict with this Regulation.
    Art. 69 – This Rules of Procedure, complied with the legal formalities, shall enter into force on the date of its approval of the President of the GNARUS INSTITUTE.

    Approved at the 5th Extraordinary Meeting of the Technical-Scientific Council on May 20th, 2019.
    Approved by the President of GNARUS INSTITUTE on June 3rd, 2019.



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