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Danieli Aparecida Pereira Reis


Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP). Campus São José dos Campos. Instituto de Ciência e Tecnologia (ICT)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Scopus - Factor H 14. Specialist in the study of mechanical behavior and microstructural evaluation of metal alloys for aerospace, structural and automotive applications. It also works in the development of thermal protection and oxidation protection coatings for advanced and strategic materials in the aerospace and defense areas. She is currently an Associate Professor at the Institute of Science and Technology of the Federal University of São Paulo, São José dos Campos campus, in the area of Metallic Materials Engineering where she coordinates the Laboratory of Mechanical Behavior of Metals (LCMM). She participated in the creation of the Materials Engineering course and the Materials Engineering Graduate Program (master's and doctorate) at ICT-UNIFESP. Research group leader CNPq (Processing, Treatment and Characterization of Materials - PTCM) at UNIFESP. She also works in the Post-Graduate Program in Engineering and Materials Science, in the area of Materials and Processes for Industrial Applications at this Institution. She has experience in the area of Materials, Mechanical, Metallurgical and Aerospace Engineering, working in the evaluation of the mechanical behavior (tensile, fatigue and creep) and microstructural of metals. It also works in the evaluation of coatings, surface treatments and heat treatments in the mechanical and microstructural behavior of metals; in fracture analysis and corrosion study of metallic alloys and in the development and optimization of biomaterials. She has already supervised 6 post-docs, 14 PhDs, 15 masters, 30 scientific initiation scholarship projects and 20 course conclusion works. Currently, she advises students of scientific initiation, technological initiation, master's, doctorate, course conclusion works and supervises post-doctoral work. It has six patent filings. She works as a reviewer for several reputable indexed scientific journals and has research projects in progress with funding from FINEP, FAPESP, CNPq and CAPES.Researcher in Materials, Mechanical, Metallurgical and Aerospace Engineering, working mainly on the topics: creep, oxidation, deformation, high temperatures, heat treatments, microstructural characterization, titanium alloys, Inconel, Maraging steels, aluminum alloys, spray coatings heat treatment, TBCs and surface treatments on metal alloys. Chemical Engineer graduated from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of Lorena - EEL-USP (2000), Master in Materials Engineering from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of Lorena - EEL-USP (2002), PhD in Space Engineering and Technology in the Science Concentration Area and Sensors and Materials Technology by the National Institute for Space Research INPE in joint work with the DCTA/IAE-AMR (Aerospace Science and Technology Department - 2005) and post-doctorate in Materials Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of Madrid (2007) and at the Technological Institute of Aeronautics - ITA (2008-2011). She has published more than 100 articles in specialized journals, 6 book chapters, 6 patents and a hundred papers in congresses and is a researcher with a research productivity grant from CNPq. In her professional activities, she interacted with several national and international collaborators in co-authorship of works and scientific projects. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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