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Tecnologia Industrial Básica: oportunidade profissional para o Engenheiro Biomédico

Dia: 17, Horário: 08:00-12:30, Local: Sala F1

Coordenação: Rodrigo Pereira Barreto da Costa Félix, Laboratório de Ultrassom do INMETRO

RodrigoFelixRodrigo Costa-Felix has graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 1995, and got his master degree in Acoustics at the same university in 1996. The main role during his graduation and master degree was Psychoacoustics, basically investigating the assessment of objective human response to annoying and startling reaction to sound and noise. He starts on working with Metrology in 1996 within the Brazilian National Metrology Institute (Inmetro). The role of his main activities had spread up the frequency range, but was basically in metrological aspects of science. His PhD was in Biomedical Engineering, with the core subject being the applied ultrasound and measurement, and it was concluded in 2005. All issues related to ultrasound and metrology are the professional activities' baseline of Rodrigo Costa-Felix. Thereof, his present subjects of research are biotechnology, non-destructive testing, underwater acoustics, ultrasonics sonochemistry and applied biomedicine.



Escrita científica e ética na ciência

Dia: 17, Horário: 09:00-12:30, Local: Sala D1

Coordenação: Renan MVR Almeida, COPPE/UFRJ

Rena MRVProfessor Renan MVR Almeida has a PhD from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA (1993), and since 1994 is a professor of the Engineering Program, COPPE / UFRJ, where he teaches Biostatistics, Nonlinear Modeling and Methodology of Science (currently, Full Professor). Since 2011 he annually teaches an open course, regularly attended by over 100 students from all areas of undergraduate / graduate studies at the university, in which he discusses methodological principles of science, techniques for writing scientific papers and concepts of research ethics. Between 2008 and 2014 he was also a member of the University Hospital / College of Medicine - UFRJ Ethics Committee; and is currently a member of the University Advisory Council for Research Ethics (CTEP) – Subcommittee for Research Integrity. He is the author or co-author of several recent publications on Scientific Integrity practices, including: Biomedical Engineering and Ethics in Science: the problems of retraction and plagiarism. In: Technology, Techniques and Trends in Biomedical Engineering 1ed. Bauru SP: Canal 6 2014; Retractions in general and internal medicine in a high-profile scientific indexing database (São Paulo Med J, 2015) and Plagiarism allegations account for most retractions in major Latin American/Caribbean databases (Science and Engineering Ethics, 2015).


Beatriz StranskyBeatriz Stransky is a Biology graduate from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (1992) and has an MsC (Biochemistry and Immunology) at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (1996) and a PhD (Immunology) from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (2003). She also has a post-doctorate degree from the Computer Science Department of the University of São Paulo (2009) and was a visiting researcher at the Centre of Mathematical Biology, Oxford University, UK (2009). She entered the academic field at Federal University of ABC (2009) and is currently an Assistant Professor at the Biomedical Engineering department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte. Her research focus on mathematical and computational modeling applied to biological systems and on Information and Communication Technology applications (ICT) for health and education.


MarlyGuimaraesProfessor Marly Guimarães F Costa has a PhD from the State University of Campinas (1996). Since 1990 she lectures on the Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and on the Electrical Engineering Program of the Federal University of Amazonas. She is currently an Associate Professor and leader of the Pattern Recognition and Optimization Research Group. In recent decades, she focused her research on the development of Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) that perform automatic detection of diagnostic findings in medical or microscopic images.  She teaches courses on Digital Image Processing, Introduction to Biomedical Engineering and Methodology of Scientific Research. In her Methodology courses, Prof Marly highlights topics on academic integrity and intellectual honesty, guiding students in the writing process of literature reviews and on plagiarism-free information synthesis.


RafaelRemmanRafael Reimman Baptista is an experienced full-time Associate Professor, teaching classes on Exercise Physiology and Biomechanics. He has in-depth research involvement as the Coordinator of the Aerospace Biomechanics Laboratory of the Microgravity Centre and as the Coordinator of the Laboratory for Physical Activity Evaluation and Research of the School of Physical Education and Sports Science, PUCRS. Prof Rafael also has extensive administrative and organizational skills gained as Coordinator of the Scientific Commission and Research Ethics Committee of PUCRS.


Neuroengenharia: do comportamento à interface cérebro-máquina

Dia: 19, Horário: 08:00-11:30, Local: Sala Paraná IV

Coordenação: Renan Cipriano Moioli, Instituto Internacional de Neurociências Edmond e Lily Safra (IIN-ELS); Fabrício Lima Brasil - (IIN-ELS); Jean Faber – UNIFESP

JeanFaberProf. Jean Faber is Adjunct Professor at the Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP), in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery/Neuroscience. He is graduate in Physics from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF - 2000), and he received a Master degree (2002) and PhD degree (2005) in Computational Modeling, in the field of Quantum Information and Computation, from the National Laboratory for Scientific Computing (LNCC-MCTI), Brazil. In 2006 up to 2007 he was a postdoctoral fellow at COPPE and Institute of Physics of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), studying Quantum Information. From 2007 up to 2010 he starts his studies in Neuroscience as a postdoctoral fellow at the International Institute of Neuroscience of Natal - Edmond Lily Safra (IINN-ELS), studying Neuronal Signal Analysis and Sleep-Learning. From 2010 up to 2011 he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives (CEA / LETI / CLINATEC), supported by the Fondation Nanoscience (Grenoble / France), in a project about Brain Computer Interfaces with monkeys. He has interest in the areas: Neuronal signal analysis in real time and about Relationship between movement perception and motor actions.


FabricioBrasilProfessor Fabricio Brasil is researcher and coordinator of the graduating program in Neuroengineering at the Edmond and Lily Safra International Institute of Neuroscience (ELS-IIN), from the Santos Dumont Institute (ISD). He is graduated in Electrical Engineering at Federal University of Mato Grosso - UFMT (2003). He has a master degree in Mechanical Engineering at Federal University of Santa Catarina - UFSC (2007), and a PhD in Neural and Behavioral Sciences at Max Planck Research School - University of Tübingen, Germany (2013). Fabricio has experience in the fields of Biomedical Engineering, Brain Machine/Computer Interface (BMI/BCI), Rehabilitation of stroke survivals and spinal cord injury (SCI) patients, Development of Devices, Plasticity and Brain Stimulation techniques, like: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS).


Renan Cipriano MoioliDr. Renan Cipriano Moioli is a research fellow at the graduate program in Neuroengineering at the Edmond and Lily Safra International Institute of Neuroscience (ELS-IIN), part of the Santos Dumont Institute (ISD), located in Macaiba (RN). He has a B. Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Campinas (Unicamp, 2006), a M. Sc. from the Laboratory of Bioinformatics and Bio-inspired Computing (LBiC, Unicamp, 2008), focusing on AI and robotics, and a D. Phil. from the Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics, University of Sussex, UK (2013), working with computational neuroscience and cognitive robotics. His current interests are in brain-machine interfaces and neuromodulation, focusing on signal processing and modelling of neural phenomena.


Numerical simulation in biomedical engineering

Dia: 19, Horário: 14:00-18:00, Local: Sala D1

Coordenação: Dejan Križaj - Faculty of Engineering, Department of Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Physics, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dejan KrižajProf. Dejan Križaj (29.11.1962, Kranj) has graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana in 1988. After graduation he continued his work at the faculty as a young researcher at the Laboratory for nonlinear elements. He investigated use of numerical methods for simulation of semiconductor structures and possible improvements of breakdown properties of planar structures. During Ph.D. studies he has been a visiting researcher at the Laboratoire d`Automatique ed d˙Analyse des Systemes du CNRS, in Toulouse, France. As a student, he received the University award for students (Prešernova award) and won the first price at the students competition for IEEE 8 region. He continued his research work with a post doctoral research project on silicon detector for X-rays for medical applications where he developed one of the first side illuminated silicon X-ray detectors. He received a grant from Instituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare in Trste, Italy and worked on improvements of the technology of side effect X ray detectors. Since 1998 he is employed as a professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He teaches classes Fundamentals of electrical engineering I and II, Aplicative electromagnetics and Electromagnetics. Dr. Križaj is a head of the Laboratory for Bioelectromagnetics. His research interests include bioimpedance methods, biomedical micro sensors and numerical electromagnetics applied in the biomedical field.



Termografia aplicada à Engenharia Biomédica

Dia: 19, Horário: 14:00-18:00, Local: Sala F1

Coordenação: FLIR Systems Brasil Comércio de Câmeras Infravermelhas Ltda

Marcos Leal BrioschiPalestrante: Marcos Leal Brioschi

Universidade de São Paulo

Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo

Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da USP

São Paulo, Brasil