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Graduate at Physics from Institute of Physics and Chemistry of São Carlos (USP-1996), master at Physics from the Institute of Physics (USP-1999) and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic School (USP-2004). He completed two post-doctorates, the first at Centre for Nuclear Fusion of the Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa (IST-2006) and the second at Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (USP-2009), both in Electrical Engineering. He was the development and maintenance coordinator at AeroGeoPhysica-Latinoamérica Ltda and Partner-Director of Geocientífica Projetos e Tecnologia Ltda. He is currently an Assistant Professor at UNESP at the Experimental Campus of São João da Boa Vista. He has extensive experience in Electrical and Physical Engineering, with emphasis on Electronic Instrumentation and Digital Signal Processing, mainly in the areas of Electrical, Magnetic and Electronic Measurements; Microwave; Instrumentation; Spectral Analysis; Filters; Synchronous meshes and geophysical equipment. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Connected oscillators systems are present in innumerable natural processes; therefore the study and construction of synchronous systems became an essential part of the contemporaries technology and sciences. The telecommunications systems wide use the electronic oscillator synchronism, being the system efficiency related with the synchronism stability. The great advantage of full-connec...
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