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Alberto Passos Guimarães

Specialized in magnetism, with a doctorate from the University of Manchester, England. Was a visiting researcher at MIT, Cambridge, USA and Institute of Physics of Uppsala, Sweden. Authored over a hundred scientific articles, and books `Magnetism and Magnetic Resonance in Solids', John Wiley (New York, 1998),` From Lodestone to Supermagnets: Understanding Magnetic Phenomena ", Wiley-VCH (Berlin, 2005) , 'Principles of Nanomagnetism', Springer (Berlin, 2009). Two of these books have been translated:. "Magnetismo e Ressonância Magnética em Sólidos, Edusp (São Paulo, 2009) and" A pedra com Alma", Civilização Brasileira, (Rio de Janeiro, 2011). Was awarded the National Order of Scientific Merit, degree of Commander in 1996 and is Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences. Founding Editor of the journal "Ciência Hoje" and currently President of the Institute "Ciência Hoje".

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Amos Troper

Graduate in Electrical Engineering in 1967. Master (PUC / RJ - 1974) and PhD (CBPF / CNPq - 1978), after spending the academic year 1975 at the University of Paris (Orsay). Was director of CBPF for three consecutive terms. Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences. Research areas: Electronic structure and magnetism in metals, alloys and intermetallic. Transport properties in physical systems of low dimensionality: electron-phonon interaction. Cooperative phenomena in condensed matter: heavy fermions, superconductivity, and strongly correlated electronic systems.

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Constantino Tsallis

Graduate and Master degree in Physics at Balseiro Institute in Bariloche at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (1965), Doctorat d'Etat ès Sciences Physiques from the Université de Paris-Orsay (1974), and post-doctoral studies at Oxford University (1983), Cornell University (1983), among others. Experience in the area of ​​statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics, particularly in the foundations of statistical mechanics (nonadditive entropies, nonextensive statistical mechanics). Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences and of the Brazilian Academy of Economical, Political and Social Sciences. Doctor Honoris Causa from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina), Universidade Estadual de Maringa (Brazil), the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil), and the Aristotle University of Tessalonika (Greece). The awards that he has received include: Mexico Award for Science and Technology, Aristion ("Excellence") of the Academy of Athens, National Order of Scientific Merit, Order of Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro Prize for Science and Technology, Honorary Citizen of Rio de Janeiro State. Main editor of Physica A / Elsevier, External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute, Coordinator of the National Institute of Science and Technology in Complex Systems, and Head of the John Templeton Foundation Project “Foundations of Complexity” for Latin America.

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Mário Novello

Was appointed in September 2012 Professor Emeritus of the Brazilian Center for Physics Research for his work as a scientist and trainer of scientists during the 40 years he worked as a researcher at CBPF. In 2004 received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Lyon (France) for his studies of cosmological models without singularity. In 2006 received an award from the Brazilian Center for Physics Research for being the scientist who directed the master's and doctoral theses in the history of CBPF. Developed in 1979 the first Cosmological Model with analytical solution with bouncing, i.e., in this model, the universe has an earlier stage of collapse, in which the total volume of space decreased with time, reaching a minimum value, and then started to expand. Was named the 2008 "Cesare Lattes ICRANet Professor" by the Scientific Committee of the International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics (ICRANet), chaired by the Nobel Prize for Physics (2002) Riccardo Giacconi. In November 2010 he was honored by the international scientific community with the I Symposium Mario Novello on Bouncing Models. In August 2012 he was honored with with the 70th Anniversary Symposium Mario Novello. Created in 1976 the group of Cosmology and Gravitation in CBPF, opening in our country a sistematic study of cosmology. In 2003 created the Institute of Cosmology and Relativity Astrophysics (ICRA) that was allocated by the Ministry of Science and Technology under the institutional guard of the CBPF. Has Ph.D. in Physics - Université de Genève (1972) under the guidance of Professor JM Jauch. Holds a Masters degree in Physics at the Brazilian Center for Physics Research (1968) under the guidance of Professor José Leite Lopes. Wrote, among other books, "What is Cosmology?" by Jorge Zahar Editor, which identifies the function of cosmology as a re-foundation of physics.

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