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Maurício David Martins das Neves


Graduate at Engenharia Metalúrgica from Centro Universitário da FEI (1982), graduate at Engenharia Civil from Universidade Guarulhos (1998), master's at Mechanical Engineering from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1986) and PhD at Tecnologia Nuclear Materiais from Universidade de São Paulo (2005). Has experience in Material and Metallurgical Engineering, focusing on Welding, Powder Metallurgy and Additive Manufacturing , acting on the following subjects: welding, microstructure, and powder metallurgy. Is currently a professor of the graduate program at the University of São Paulo. Currently been active in the mechanical and microstructural behavior of metallic biomaterials processed by casting, machining or by powder metallurgy.and additive manufacturing. Published 4 book chapters, 45 articles in specialized journals and 126 works in the annals of events. It has 10 technological products, processes or techniques, 1 with registration. In terms of guidelines completed or in progress, there are 15 master's dissertations and 5 doctoral theses, in addition to supervising 13 scientific initiation works and 22 course completion works in the areas of Mechanical Engineering and Materials / Metallurgical and Civil Engineering. In the last 20 years he participated in 5 research projects and 14 technological development projects. Provides technical consultancy and teaches courses on industrial processes in companies. Participated in several processes of technology transfer to the industry and in several technological developments in partnerships with numerous companies. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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