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Augusto got his degree in Physics from Sao Paulo State University (2006), receiving the master and doctorate degree in Materials Science and Technology from the same university in 2009 and 2013, respectively. During his doctorate studies spent 6 months in a internship at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands. Batagin-Neto is assistant professor at Sao Paulo State University (UNESP - Campus of Itapeva), since 2014, being responsible for the disciplines of Calculus I and II, Linear Algebra, Analytical Geometry and Materials Science. He is currently professor in the Graduate Program in Biomaterials and Bioprocess Engineering (Professional Master's Degree) at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences - UNESP - Campus of Araraquara and in the Graduate Program in Materials Science and Technology at the Faculty of Sciences - UNESP - Campus of Bauru . He has experience in electronic structure calculations of organic compounds for application in opto-electronic devices and biomaterials as well as charge transport simulation in organic materials. In particular, he has worked with reactivity studies and analysis of opto-electronic properties and biological properties of organic compounds through DFT, Hartree-Fock (ab-initio and semi-empirical) calculations and molecular dynamics. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Organic polymers have been considered as promising materials chemical sensors. In this context, polyfuran derivatives have not been extensively explored for sensors applications due to stability problems and lower electrical response (which have been recently overcome). In order to better understand the sensory characteristics of these materials and propose possible derivatives with imp...
Organic polymers have been considered as promising materials for the production of active layers of chemical sensors. In this context, polyaniline derivatives have stood out mainly due to their high synthesis versatility, relative low cost and stability. In order to better understand the sensory characteristics of these materials and propose possible derivatives with improved properties...
Organic polymeric materials have shown to be promising materials for the manufacture of chemical sensors mainly due to their high versatility of synthesis and relative low cost. For a better understanding of the sensory characteristics of these materials and aiming to propose possible derivatives with improved properties, in this project we propose to evaluate adsorption processes of di...
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NETO, Augusto Batagin. Simulação de propriedades espectroscópicas e estruturais de materiais orgânicos para a aplicação em dispositivos. 209 f. Tese (Doutorado) - Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" Faculdade de Ciências. (12/03116-7)