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Jose Luis Davila Sanchez


Birthplace: Equador

Mechanical Engineer graduated from Escuela Politécnica Nacional (Ecuador/2011) with a Master's degree (2014) and a Ph.D. (2018) in Mechanical Engineering from UNICAMP. His research work focuses on Materials and Manufacturing Processes, specifically in additive manufacturing (3D printing) of a wide range of materials including polymers, hydrogels, biomaterials, composite materials, inks, and bioinks. He has extensive experience in developing open-source hardware and software for desktop 3D printers and programming G-code through geometry parameterization. Additionally, he possesses expertise in various materials characterization techniques, with a specialization in rheological characterization of materials for 3D printing by material extrusion. He completed a postdoctoral research project in hybrid manufacturing at the Open 3D Printing Laboratory (LAprint) of the Renato Archer Information Technology Center (CTI). He worked as a project specialist at the Foundation for Support in Information Technology Training (FACTI), contributing to the EMUTISAÚDE project: Multi-User Equipment for IT Applied to Healthcare, funded by FINEP and executed at CTI Renato Archer. As the founder of the startup 593iCAN Soluções em Impressão 3D Ltda., he currently leads the PIPE FAPESP project titled: Hardware and software for 3D printing of personalized drugs (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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