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Fernando Manuel Araújo Moreira

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Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCAR). Centro de Ciências Exatas e de Tecnologia (CCET)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Full Professor of Engineering at the Military Institute of Engineering (IME); Research Coordinator at SE7/Nuclear Engineering; Department of Science and Technology; Army Command (from august 25, 2021). Full Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, UFSCar until August 25, 2021. Materials Engineer (UFSCar, 1988); Master (UFSCar, 1990) and Doctor of Physics (UFSCar, 1995); Post-Doctorate in Physics in the positions of Visiting Assistant Professor and Research Scientist financed by both NSF/National Science Foundation and USAF-OSR/United State Air Force-Office for Scientific Research at the Center for Superconductivity Research, University of Maryland/USA (1995-1998). Collaborator of the Center for Strategic Studies of the Southeast Military Command (CMSE). Cjavascript:void(0)ollaborating researcher of the Meira Mattos Institute (Military Sciences, in Defense Management) of the Army Command and General Staff School (ECEME). Director of the Institute of Advanced and Strategic Studies (IEAE) of UFSCar. Professor and Researcher at PPG-Biotechnology at UFSCar. General Coordinator of the Nucleus of Strategic Studies in Defense and Security (NEEDS). Creator and proponent, and chairman of the implementation committee of the Physical Engineering Course (UFSCar/2000, pioneer in Brazil). Coordinator of the National Nanobiotechnology Network Applied to Medicine and National Defense (CAPES). Coordinator of the Brazil-Germany UNIBRAL Program in Physical Engineering. Consultant/Instructor of the Brazilian Army in CBRN Defense/Biodefense for the FIFA World Cup 2014. Member of the Technical Committee of the Development Committee of the Brazilian Nuclear Program (CDPNB) of the GSI-PR (Office of Institutional Security-Presidency of the Republic). Awarded with 16 awards/honors, highlighting: Janus Award (IEA/USP); MMDC Medal of Constitutionalist Merit; MMDC Governor Pedro de Toledo Medal; Honorary Citizen of São Carlos (National Technology Capital); and Diploma/Medal of Collaborator Emeritus of the Brazilian Army. Author/co-author of 16 patents (with other six in preparation) and 14 books/chapters in books. He advised 60 IC projects, 80 TCC, 33 master's projects, 36 doctoral projects and supervised 30 postdoctoral projects and visiting scientists. Author/co-author (Google Scholar) of 259 publications with 2432 citations, H-index = 27 and i10-index = 55 in indexed journals (Nature; Phys. Rev. Letters; Appl. Phys. Letters; Phys. Rev. B; Sensors; Thin Solid Films etc.). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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MICROPARTÍCULAS MAGNÉTICAS DE SÍLICA POROSA E PROCESSO DE SÍNTESE BR1020130265837 - Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCAR). Fernando Manuel Araújo Moreira ; Willian Koop ; Raquel de Lima Camargo Giordano - October 2013, 15

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