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Alexandre Mello de Paula Silva

Scholar at Northwestern University USA until 2008; PhD in Materials Science at EMI, RJ in 2007; Master in Physics - Scientific Instrumentation from CBPF in 2002; Specialization from UCSD, San Diego, CA, USA in 1994 and Graduation in Engineering in 1983. Group and Research Laboratory Leader of Surfaces and Nanostructures LabSurf since 2010 Research, development and instrumentation for the production and characterization of biomaterials and nanostructured materials for technological plasmas: Magnetron Sputtering and laser ablation PLD.

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André Luiz Pinto

Holds a degree in Metallurgical Engineering (1992) and Ph.D. in Materials Science from the Military Institute of Engineering (2004). Technologist in the field of Electron Microscopy, run the Laboratory of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (LABNANO). Has experience in the area of ​​Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, with emphasis on microestrututural control metal alloys, mainly in the following themes:, failure analysis and forensic science electron microscopy, crystallographic texture, microtexture, physical metallurgy alloys.

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Elena Mavropoulos Oliveira Tude

PhD and Master in Health Sciences by the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ), with a degree in Chemistry. Technologist at Brazilian Center for Research in Physics, carries out research with the group of Biomaterials. The focus of her work is the interaction of calcium phosphates with biomolecules (proteins and peptides) that participate in the processes of formation and regeneration of bone tissue. Among its activities highlight adsorption of peptides and proteins on surfaces of hydroxyapatite and in vitro (cytotoxicity, adhesion) of the material produced by the group of Biomaterials. Specialized in methods of preparation of hydroxyapatite and capture mechanisms of metals by synthetic hydroxyapatite and calcium phosphates, natural. Also interested in the use of synthetic phosphate, natural and composites in Immobilization of heavy metals in simulated biological fluid.

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Gabriel Luis Azzi

Works at the Brazilian Center for Research in Physics. Holds a Technologist Master in Scientific and Engineering and specialization in Safety Instrumentation. Experience in Electrical Engineering with emphasis in Electronic Instrumentation Nuclear and also in Electronic Automation and Electronic Processes Industriais. Runs the Laboratory of Electronics and Instrumentation and Technology. Technical Representative for Engineering Work Safety at CBPF, and also responsible for Industry Occupational Safety and Radiological Protection. It is a member of the Group of Physics of Neutrino.

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Geraldo Roberto Carvalho Cernicchiaro

PhD in Physics from Université de Grenoble, France, with work done at the Centre de Recherche sur les Très Basses Temperatures (CRTBT-CNRS), Masters in Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, England, and a degree in Electrical Engineering from UFF. It is responsible for Instrumentation and Measurements Laboratory and the Laboratory of SQUID Magnetometry / PPMS. Has experience in Scientific Instrumentation and Applied Physics, working on topics related to measures, automation, sensors, magnetometry and experimental physics systems.

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Herman Pessoa Lima Júnior

Electrical Engineer, with emphasis in electronic systems, since 1998 (UERJ). M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineer at COPPE/UFRJ in 2001 and 2006. During the Ph.D. developed dedicated hardware and algorithms for signal processing in the ATLAS experiment, at CERN. Has expertise and interest in scientific instrumentation for particle physics, including high-speed data acquisition systems, besides image X-ray detectors for applied physics. In the last years has worked in the development and test of new electronic instruments for neutrino detectors.

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João Antônio Pinto de Pinho

Holds degrees in Electrical Engineering from Universidade Veiga de Almeida (1986). Currently a senior technologist at the Brazilian Center for Research in Physics. Has experience in Electrical Engineering with emphasis in Measurement, Control, Correction and Protection of Electrical Power Systems.

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Marcelo Portes de Albuquerque

Doctor from the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble with thesis held in the Laue-Langevin Institute in optimization magnetic neutron measurements. Works in the area of Signal Processing technology. Coordinator of Technical Activities and Technological Innovation Center (NIT-Rio). Working on projects of high-speed networks.

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