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Professores do Programa de Engenharia Elétrica: Marcelo Martins Werneck e Regina Célia S. Barros Allil publicam livro sobre Sensores a Fibra Óptica pela SPIE.

SPIE PRESS BOOK • NEW

Fiber Bragg Gratings: Theory, Fabrication, and Applications

Author(s): Marcelo Martins WerneckRegina C. S. B. AllilFábio V. B. de Nazaré

O livro está disponível em formato digital e em hard copy na loja virtual:

https://spie.org/Publications/Book/2286557?&origin_id=x646&SSO=1

Processo Seletivo do Programa de Engenharia Elétrica/COPPE/UFRJ

 

As inscrições de candidatos para o Mestrado ou Doutorado acontecem três vezes por ano. O Processo Seletivo acontece imediatamente após cada período de inscrições, conforme o Cronograma que é apresentado no Anexo do Edital número 548/2017.

O Sistema de Inscrição estará aberto no período de 11/09/2017 a 03/11/2017 para o Processo Seletivo do Programa de Engenharia Elétrica de 2018/1

 

processo seletivo

Doris, o robô desenvolvido por pesquisadores do Programa de Engenharia Elétrica da Coppe/UFRJ, recebeu no dia 31 de agosto de 2017, o Prêmio ANP de Inovação Tecnológica 2017. O professor Ramon Romankevicius Costa, representou a equipe do Grupo de Simulação e Controle em Automação e Robótica (GSCAR) na cerimônia de entrega da premiação, realizada, às 11 horas, no Palácio do Itamaraty do Rio de Janeiro.

 

 

Saiba mais no Planeta Coppe Notícias

http://www.coppe.ufrj.br/pt-br/planeta-coppe-noticias/noticias/robo-da-coppe-recebe-premio-anp-de-inovacao-tecnologica

Temperature-Aware Integrated Circuit Design for Smart Vehicle Applications
 
Pietro Maris Ferreira

Dia: 23 de agosto de 2017 Hora: 13:00 Local: H322 - Auditório do PEE


The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) has brought the need for novel studies to conform to its extensive requirements, driven specifically by the Smart Vehicle industry. Smart vehicles must be able to efficiently sense and communicate with other nearby vehicles, including car, buses and trucks. European research council has been investing in Green Cities research subjects in Horizon 2020. Moreover, French government has fixed to 2040 the stop sale of petrol/diesel cars in favors to electric automobiles. For obvious reasons, the design and specification of microelectronic circuits, which are used in these applications, are regulated by many strict security and safety standards. Reliability and robustness in the device operation must be ensured for harsh environments, including the required operating temperature range from -40 °C to 175 °C. This temperature range is arguably the most difficult environment challenge for electronics in the automotive industry. This seminar will discuss how microelectronics can meet the IoT challenge in smart vehicles, integrating high performance electronics over a wide temperature range. Industrial trends in smart vehicles applications will be presented. Academia opportunities in CentraleSupelec – Université Paris-Saclay will be highlighted.


Pietro Maris Ferreira (S'03-SG'06-M'12) received the B.Sc. cum lauda and the M.Sc. degrees from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil in 2006 and 2008, respectively; and the Ph.D. degree from the Télécom ParisTech, France, in 2011, all in electronic engineering. He has been IEEE volunteer since 2003; being UFRJ IEEE Student Branch chairman in 2005 and 2006; working in R9 CAS Chap. of Rio de Janeiro from 2005 to 2007; and participating in ISCAS 2010 local arrangements held by R8 CAS Chap. of France. Researching high-performance high-reliability circuits and systems, he joined IM2NP lab. (UMR CNRS 7334) for one year and IEMN lab. (UMR CNRS 8520) for two years during his tenure track. Since 2014, he has been with GeePs lab. (UMR CNRS 8507) as Associated Professor of the Dep. of Electronic Systems of CentraleSupélec at Université Paris-Sacla.

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