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Luiz Carlos Moreira


Universidade Católica de Santos (UNISANTOS). Instituto de Pesquisas Científicas e Tecnológicas (IPECI)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Prof. Luiz Carlos Moreira received a master's degree in Microelectronics (1996) and a doctorate in (Feb.2002) from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (EP-USP). He is currently a professor at the Catholic University of Santos (UNISANTOS) and coordinator of the Analog and Digital Integrated Circuit Project Laboratory (LPCIAD) at the Technological Research Institute (IPECI), where he coordinates integrated circuit research on the following topics: Phase Locked Loops (PLL ), Integrated planar inductors, Active Pixel Sensor (APS) image sensor, RF Circuits, Analog Circuits and mixed circuits (analog mixed with digital). In addition, he carried out several postdoctoral activities, such as: 1) at UNICAMP, he implemented the Active Pixel Sensor (APS) sensors; 2) at POLI/USP he implemented structures of solenoids and crossed inductors (in English, cross) and flat transformers; 3) in the Gigahertz Grupo Integrado group at Queens University, Canada, in the area of high frequency integrated circuits for communications and applications in radar systems, mainly in the design of UWB ICs, from September/2011 to May/2012; 4) worked with inductors since January 2013 in Puebla/ Cholula/Mexico working with models of planar inductors at the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE). Already in June (2014-2015), he started the work of Visiting Scholar at INAOE / (Mexico). In addition, he gave a summer course on electrical circuits on June/July 2015UPAEP/Puebla/Mexico . In addition, Phase Shifter circuits implemented with CPW type transmission lines for application in Impulse Radio Ultra WideBand (IR- UWB) using 130 nm process of CMOS technology; 5) in 2018, he began his activities as a researcher and collaborating professor at the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA) at the Electronic Engineering Division (IEE). He also supervised a master's thesis on the design of a reconfigurable IR-UWB transmitter in the 180nm / CMOS process. In addition, he has been developing research as a collaborating researcher since 2018 at the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica- (ITA). He is currently co-advisor of two master's dissertations. One of them deals with an Analog Digital Converter - (DAC) project in the 180nm/CMOS process. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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