Former ESR 2 of SCENT project
Research and Academic Projects.
Smart Cities EMC Network for Training (SCENT)  From 2019 to 2022.
Employer: SCENT
Function details/Program: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the MarieSkłodowskaCurie grant agreement No 812753. SCENT will create a network to train highly skilled engineers through an integrated doctoral training program based on the essential research required in PQ and EMC that can underpin all future technological developments, strongly linked to industry, and bridging the gap between research and industry for translation of new knowledge. Designed into the project are specific innovations with methodologies to optimize the design of power distribution networks inside buildings and industrial plants, as well as transport systems, with respect to compatibility (no interference) and efficiency in the distribution networks and connected electronic systems. The partners of the network consist of leaders in these fields and relevant industrial stakeholders resulting in a unique and effective network in Europe and globally. Dissemination methods to realize optimal impact will include scientific publications, workshops, training of engineers in industry, and dissemination through newsletters, interviews, social media.
Photovoltaic Solar Generation Prediction System  From 2016 to 2018.
Employer: DECOM/FEEC/UNICAMP
Function details/Program: We are objectively destined to develop the photovoltaic solar generation prediction system on two fronts:
(a) Communication and sensing infrastructure (i.e. wireless sensor network and controls systems for signal processing).

The definition of the use of a wireless sensor network (WSN) technology initially requires two initial investigations. First is the applicability analysis of sensors, sensor node and sensing methods for global solar irradiance (analysis of aspects like Lux information, A/D converter, resolution, sensitivity, uncertainties, calibration, purchase specification, etc.). Second is the applicability analysis of wireless sensor network topology (analysis of aspects like type of network (i.e WiFi, Zigbee), transmission range, access points, network layout, the connection between the sensor nodes, message protocol, energy consumption, purchase specification, etc.).

After these two initial investigations, it would be possible to study the integration and optimization solutions for WSN infrastructure considering probabilities forecasting approaches. From this point, considering that a prototype can be easily implemented a profound investigation into energy management schemes and hardware solutions in energy harvesting wireless sensor networks can be performed with the objective of providing an energy efficiency condition for the WSN.
(b) Predictive analysis of the use of existing publically available solar databases.

Initially, a profound investigation into sources of solar (panel and irradiance) data, Market data, Simulation data, Tools to manage big data (i.e. MongoDB, Cassandra, CouchDB), NoSQL and SQL for solar database (possible conclusion of this report is the lack and/or lost data) and forecasting’s CI methods, should be developed with the objective of consolidating the predictive analytics model, that can be used to identify useful correlated patterns (considering the lack and/or lost data) to predict the global solar irradiance, or, photovoltaic solar generation based on past data.

The virtual work environment will be very important, it should allow the manipulation of analog signals, apply discretization techniques, and signal to process. It is believed that applying forecasting’s CI methods may have better efficacy on already identified and processed signal patterns.

After that, the integration of these two fronts (a and b), can be accomplished by a cloud platform, preferably of an industrial and control level (i.e. PROFICLOUD Technology). One of the ways to add value to a piece of prediction information, thus increasing its reliability, is to use environments that can generate and communicate this prediction information through virtual devices. Virtual devices have no physical counterpart – they only exist within the cloud, where they function exactly like a real IO (Input/Output) device. Unlike real devices, their IO dates do nor only originate from sensors and control actuators; instead, it can represent information from the specific cloud service. Given this system design, it is possible, for example, to obtain weather information from the internet and make it available to the control system via the virtual device. This function can generate added value in photovoltaic solar generation, because it also allows for precise yield forecasts, among other things.
EduNet (International Education Network)  From 2016 to 2018.
Employer: EduNet Learning Management System (ELMS)
Function details/Program: Assimilating and imparting the latest technological developments is a constant challenge for lecturers. This is achieved much more successfully if there is a good dialogue between universities and industry. EduNet serves as a means of transferring knowledge between the participating universities and Phoenix Contact. The goal is to run shared laboratories and to simplify and promote teacher and student exchanges.
Teacher Training Program  (PEDC)  1ºSchool semester 2018
Function details/Program: Physical Processes. Localized and Distributed Processes. Process Behavior. Process Management. Process Signals, Automation System Structure. Signal interfacing Standards. Input Data Reliability Enhancement. Isolation and Protection. Human Interface Subsystem. Control Subsystem. Transfer Function Gains. Theorems of the Laplace Transform. Transfer Functions with Laplace. System of First and Second Order. Entries of Degree, Ramp, and Impulse. Automation Strategies. Programmable Control Subsystems. Data Acquisition and Control Unit: Hardware. Data Acquisition and Control Unit: Software. Data Communication and Networking. Fieldbus Technology. Operation Technology and Information Technology.
Bibliography: Signals and Systems using MATLAB, Second Edition (Signals and Systems Using MATLAB w/ Online Testing) 2nd Edition 2015. by Luis ChaparroPh.D. University of California Berkeley (Author); Overview of Industrial Process Automation. 2nd Edition. Authors: K.L.S. Sharma. eBook ISBN: 9780128093030. Paperback ISBN: 9780128053546. Imprint: Elsevier. Published Date: 27th October 2016. Page Count: 492; Apostilled material of the practical class  001; Apostilled material of the practical class  002; Apostilled material of the practical class  003A; Apostilled material of the practical class  003B; Apostilled material of the practical class  004; Apostilled material of the practical class  005.
Extension course on Control and Automation Systems: Concepts, Applications, Visualization, and Diagnostics  2017.
Employer: EXTECAMP (Extension School of Unicamp)
Function details/Program: INTERBUS: Installation and Diagnostics. Connection types and methods for the various means of transmission. Assembly and installation of series A / D cards. Integration of INTERBUS devices with the standard design. Solve characteristic problems in a system with INTERBUS devices. PC Worx: Applications and Communications. Definition of project tasks (cyclic, acyclic, etc.) and libraries in PCWorx. Approach to concepts and programming in accordance with IEC61131. Concepts and development of TCP / IP, Modbus and PROFCLOU communications. website. WebVisit HMI and functions. Creating a stepbystep demo project with macros (Login, Trend, Alarming, DropDownList) and different languages. Compiling the project and sending it to a web server. Database. Database concepts. Database project. Working with "Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express". Working with "PROFCLOUD".
Teacher Training Program  (PEDC)  2ºSchool semester 2017
Function details/Program: Physical Processes. Localized and Distributed Processes. Process Behavior. Process Management. Process Signals, Automation System Structure. Signal interfacing Standards. Input Data Reliability Enhancement. Isolation and Protection. Human Interface Subsystem. Control Subsystem. Transfer Function Gains. Theorems of the Laplace Transform. Transfer Functions with Laplace. System of First and Second Order. Entries of Degree, Ramp, and Impulse. Automation Strategies. Programmable Control Subsystems. Data Acquisition and Control Unit: Hardware. Data Acquisition and Control Unit: Software. Data Communication and Networking. Fieldbus Technology. Operation Technology and Information Technology.
Bibliography: Signals and Systems using MATLAB, Second Edition (Signals and Systems Using MATLAB w/ Online Testing) 2nd Edition 2015. by Luis ChaparroPh.D. University of California Berkeley (Author); Overview of Industrial Process Automation. 2nd Edition. Authors: K.L.S. Sharma. eBook ISBN: 9780128093030. Paperback ISBN: 9780128053546. Imprint: Elsevier. Published Date: 27th October 2016. Page Count: 492; Apostilled material of the practical class  001; Apostilled material of the practical class  002; Apostilled material of the practical class  003A; Apostilled material of the practical class  003B; Apostilled material of the practical class  004; Apostilled material of the practical class  005.
Extension course on Photovoltaic Systems: Concepts, Themes, and Applications  2016 to 2017.
Employer: EXTECAMP (Extension School of Unicamp)
Function details/Program: Fundamental concepts about solar energy. Photovoltaic cells and modules. The calculation for energy sizing and system components. Practical experiments with photovoltaic systems. Analysis of the operation and operation of inverters and solar batteries. Application topologies in photovoltaic systems. Maintenance concepts and troubleshooting. Concepts on steel structure design, residential, commercial and industrial installations. Application topologies in photovoltaic systems. Manufacturing, assembly, and installation concepts. Measurement Analysis and dimensions of project financial and nonfinancial values. Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Net Present Value (NPV), Return, Cash Flow. Comparative methods of power generation. Generation and transmission costs. Regulation, homologation, and rules for connection to the grid. Electricity agents are responsible for distributed generation.
Teacher Training Program  (PEDC)  1ºSchool semester 2016
Employer: EE400  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING METHODS  FEEC/UNICAMP
Function details/Program: Vector Circle: Gradient, Rotational Divergent, Laplacian (rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems). Gauss, Stokes, and Green theorems (no plan). Location Equation Solution by the variable selection method. Calculation of Complex Variables: Complex numbers, elementary operations, polar representation, complex variable functions, analytic function, CaushyRiemann equations in identical rectangular and polar coordinates, root, exponential function, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, logarithm, inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, generalized powers of a complex number. Mapping, representation as to the resolution of twodimensional potential problems. Complex integrals, Cauchy integral theorem, calculus of indefinite curvilinear integrals, Cauchy integral formula, derived from the analytic function. Power series, Taylor series, Practical methods for power series, Laurent series, singularities, residuals, residual theories, residual integer calculation.
Bibliography: KREYSZIG, ERWIN Advanced Engineering Mathematics John Wiley & Sons, 1993. CHURCHILL, R.V. and BROWN, J.W. Complex Variables and Applications McGrawHill International Editions, 1990.
Teacher Training Program  (PEDC)  1ºSchool semester 2015
Employer: EE400  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING METHODS  FEEC/UNICAMP
Function details/Program: Vector Circle: Gradient, Rotational Divergent, Laplacian (rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems). Gauss, Stokes, and Green theorems (no plan). Location Equation Solution by the variable selection method. Calculation of Complex Variables: Complex numbers, elementary operations, polar representation, complex variable functions, analytic function, CaushyRiemann equations in identical rectangular and polar coordinates, root, exponential function, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, logarithm, inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, generalized powers of a complex number. Mapping, representation as to the resolution of twodimensional potential problems. Complex integrals, Cauchy integral theorem, calculus of indefinite curvilinear integrals, Cauchy integral formula, derived from the analytic function. Power series, Taylor series, Practical methods for power series, Laurent series, singularities, residuals, residual theories, residual integer calculation.
Bibliography: KREYSZIG, ERWIN Advanced Engineering Mathematics John Wiley & Sons, 1993. CHURCHILL, R.V. and BROWN, J.W. Complex Variables and Applications McGrawHill International Editions, 1990.
Councils, Commissions and Consulting  1ºSchool semester 2015
Employer: ANHANGUERA EDUCATIONAL
Function details: Development of activities related to the critical reading of ATPS (Supervised Practical Activities), referring to the courses: Control and Automation Engineering; Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering Technology; Production Engineering.