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Technician in Electronics and Telecommunications (ITJ-1982). Degree in Physics and Astronomy from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1988), master's (1991) and doctorate in Astrophysics and Space Science at INPE (1995) to research conducted at the University of Maryland, USA (SW-CNPq scholarship) from Nov 1993 to Nov 1995. conducted post-doctorate in Nonlinear Plasma Physics at the University of Nagoya (1997) under the sponsorship of FAPESP. He created the Center for Simulation and Systems Analysis complexes in Laboratory for Computing and Applied Mathematics (LAC) INPE as a young fellow researcher in emerging center of FAPESP (1998-2002). It is researcher of the LAC-INPE-MCT, gazetted in 2002, where he works as a professor of the Graduate Program in Applied Computing (CAP). PG was Coordinator of CAP (2003-2004 / 2012-2013). It teaches developer PG Course in ITA Physics. former general secretary of SBMAC (2003-2005). Member of the Board of the Pan American Association of Interdisciplinary Computer Science and served as Deputy Chief of LAC-INPE (2012-2013). Chair of the COSPAR (2012/2014/2016) .tem experience in Physics, with emphasis on Classics Areas of Phenomenology and its Applications, acting on the following topics: statistical physics systems out of balance, computational physics for simulation and analysis signs, numerical solution of amplitude equations to study the formation of spatiotemporal patterns. In the past eight years it has been dedicated to computational space physics, focusing on cosmology (cosmic radiation data analysis background, alternative models and large-scale structures simulation using hybrid architectures). It operates in research predominantly interdisciplinary profile has published about 80 articles in international journals and 01 book. Collaborates on projects with institutional partnerships in Brazil and abroad, especially projects for computing applied to space physics and environmental physics. Principal Investigator of FAPESP Thematic Project in progress (Case No 14 / 11156-4). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Constraining almost 14 billion years of galaxy evolution from observations of galaxies as they are seen today is fraught with peril. Here we propose a program to extend galaxy evolution studies to infrared wavelengths and higher redshifts (larger lookback times) to consistently investigate galaxies and their environments over a significant time baseline. A major step will be the impleme...
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From August/2003 to December/2005 the candidate developed a CNPq-PIBIC project on the gradient pattern analysis (GPA) of RR intervals in ECG signals during the rest and miofascial release (one of the techniques used in cardiac fisioterapy). From a complementary application of the Wavelets were characterized the scales of signal assimetries, determining the main sub-periods that answer ...
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