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Sílvia Mayumi Takey Dellamano

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Birthplace: Brazil

Graduated in Production Engineering from the University of São Paulo (2011). Has experience in the area of Production Engineering, with emphasis on Production Engineering. Master in Production Engineering at the University of São Paulo. Since 2014, is the Executive Director of DEV Tecnologia, a spin-off design house from POLI-USP, which outsources R&D to develop innovative Internet of Things (IoT) products, with high expertise in hardware, firmware and software, and has more than 60 customers such as Intelbras, Positivo Informática, Samsung and Control iD. Lead researcher of the research project "Empowerment of the female reference adult, through a digital course, to play with the children during the domestic routine." within the context of the BEM - Brincar Teaches the Change program. The BEM (Play Teaching to Change) Program is supported by iLab Early Childhood, an initiative of the Nucleus Science for Childhood with support from Omidyar Network, Instituto Natura and Instituto Sonho Grande. ILab is part of the innovation portfolio of FOI - Frontiers of Innovation (video of the initiative: The BEM aims to enable the female reference adult in families from the periphery of São Paulo to play with their children (initially between 1 and 2 years of age) in a way that is integrated with the domestic routine and suitable for the overall development of children through content distributed via smartphone. We had very promising results in the pilot with 12 families in terms of child development and improving the quality of the dyad interaction. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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Pague por el usufructo 
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Device connects non-automated machines to the internet 
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