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Hermes Loschi


I am an EMC Test Engineer working on R&D and EMC projects at EMCC Dr. Rasek. From 2019 to 2022, I was an Early-Stage Researcher on the SCENT (Smart Cities EMC Network for Training) project. SCENT was a consortium of three universities and has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under the Marie-Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 812391.  I obtained a European Joint Doctorate (EJD) from three partner universities: the University of Nottingham, the Uniwersytet Zielonogórski, and the University of Twente.

Initially, I'm from São Paulo, Brazil, where I received my master's degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Telecommunications and Telematics from the University of Campinas (2017), and my bachelor's degree in Control and Automation Engineering from the Paulista University (2014). During my last years of graduation (from 2011 to 2013), I worked as a Technical Analyst in a German company in Brazil responsible for developing high-speed DIESEL engines for marine propulsion systems, drive systems for Oil & Gas, and Power Generation applications.

Also, during my last performances in Brazil (2014 to 2018), I was a student in a research group focused on the development of Smart and Sustainable Cities, where my primary duties included supporting the development of Courses, Lectures, and Outreach activities. Organization of Symposiums and Conferences, Workshops, Technical and Group Meeting. Editorial and Review Activities. Publication of Books, Chapters of Books, Articles in Conference Proceedings, and Articles in Journals.


Skills and expertise

Control, Automation, Electronics, and Communication Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, MATLAB Simulation, Photovoltaics, LabVIEW programming, LabVIEW FPGA, Java, Solar Energy, Biomass, Smart Grid, Programming C++, Photovoltaic Systems, EMC, Smart Cities, Power Electronic Systems, Pspice, Multisim, Broadcast Technology, and Solar Tracking System.

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