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Edimilson Ricardo Azevedo Novais


Birthplace: Brazil

Edimilson Ricardo Azevedo Novais is a specialist and master's degree holder in Computer Science from the Federal University of São Carlos. He is a director at Orion Soluções em Gestão Ltda - EPP and a university professor with over 30 years of experience in system development and research in new software technologies. He has published 5 papers in conference proceedings, including 2 at the Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering (SBES). He has participated in 1 international event and 5 events in Brazil. He has coordinated 2 research projects under the PIPE II program funded by FAPESP, with the first one focusing on Software Reengineering and the second one titled "Social Diagnosis with Data Mining," utilizing Artificial Intelligence. Recently, he has been researching the use of tablets as commercial tools and methodologies for municipal social and economic diagnoses, utilizing Business Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence. Another important competence is the ability to structure and manage development teams involving the use of new technologies. Currently, he is the coordinator of the project "Commercial Intelligence with Data Mining" under the PIPE Phase 3 program funded by SEBRAE/FAPESP. The most frequent terms in his Lattes CV related to scientific and technological production are: Mobility, Software Reengineering, Reverse Engineering, Transformation System, Reusability, Data Mining, and Business Intelligence. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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