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Organizers: Prof. Dr. Valtencir Zucolotto, IFSC / USP.

The "Young Researchers´ School" aims to develop / improve / strengthen the skills necessary for researchers to do High Impact science, upon knowing the state of the art in specific areas. The School will be offered to under and Graduate students and post-docs. It is hoped that researchers can optimize their potential in doing research, with regard to:

  • Development of national and international research projects with bold objectives, and implementation of high-level scientific research. Such an approach is essential to promote significant advances at the frontier of knowledge of each area.
  • Production of international scientific articles, through appropriate and efficient writing.

As a result, we expect to collaborate with the formation of high-level researchers, trained to recognize and act on the state-of-the-art in their fields, in a way to generate relevant knowledge and innovation for society.

Target Audience: undergrad, Master Students, PhD students and post-doctoral students.

Duration: 4 hours

2nd of September, Thursday, from 18h30 - 21h00 (BRA) as part of XIX Annual Meeting of the SBPMat - Brazilian Materials Society Research.

Organizers: Andrea de Camargo, Mônica Cotta, Ieda Garcia, Verónica Savignano and Talita Mazon

The order of speakers will be:

  • Débora Menezes - Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC)
  • Ana Franchi - President of CONICET, Argentina
  • Katemari Rosa - Federal University of Bahia (UFBA)
  • Marissa Reigel - ASM International/IDEA, USA

Prof. Dr. Ana Flávia Nogueira - IQ Unicamp

Dr. Luciana Hashiba - FAPESP Research and Innovation Adjunt Panel

Dr. Diego Bagnis - CSEM CFO

Camila Brandão - Program Manager for New Energies Research and Technology, Shell Brasil

Perovskites have taken the materials and nanoscience communities by storm in the past few years. Current research has promoted them to extraordinary candidates for photovoltaic applications due to their optoelectronic properties. But there is still a long way towards perovskite-based commercial devices, and a joined effort between academia and industry towards this goal is the optimal solution. The 2021 Brazilian Research Society Meeting is hosting a round table that brings together academic, industry, and research funding specialists to discuss the current scenario, main challenges, and strategies to bridge the gap between the basic research and real-world applications. The highly motivated individuals acting in academia and industry will have a space to discuss common goals and how to achieve them through collaboration and even job opportunities.

Below follows a brief bio from the table members:

Prof. Ana F. Nogueira received her B.S. in Chemistry from the University of São Paulo (USP), and her Masters and PhD from the University of Campinas (Unicamp), under the supervision of Prof. Marco-Aurelio De Paoli. She held a post-doc position at Imperial College London, in the group of Prof. James R. Durrant, and at USP, in the group of Prof. Henrique Toma. She is now a Full Professor at Unicamp, where she coordinates research projects on the synthesis of nanomaterials for energy conversion, with focus on applications in emerging solar cells (including perovskite cells) and photocatalysis for hydrogen production and CO2 conversion. In 2017, she took a sabbatical at SLAC-Stanford to investigate the use of Synchrotron radiation for characterization of perovskites. Prof. Nogueira has published over 150 papers in high impact journals and is currently the Head of the Center for Innovation of New Energies (CINE).

Camila Brandão graduated in Chemical Engineering and post-graduated in Petroleum Engineering at the Fluminense Federal University, and got her MBA in Project Management from Fundação Getulio Vargas. She is a professional with almost 20 years’ experience at Oil and Gas industry, who worked for major international companies like Coca-Cola, Repsol, Schlumberger, BG Group and Shell. She has now assumed a new role as Technology Program Manager for Power and Decarbonization Solutions at Shell, prospecting, promoting and managing projects that can leverage renewable energies and decarbonization technologies across all global Shell's activities. Establishing partnerships with vendors, Universities and Peers in order to comply with Brazilian levy obligation, she is also the Deputy Director of the Center for Innovation on New Energies (CINE), at University of Campinas.

Diego Bagnis has a M.Sc. Degree in Physics earned from the University of Turin, a European Master in Nanotechnology for Electronic Industry and a PhD in Materials Nanotechnology earned from the University of Perugia. He did research in the fields of materials science and chemistry on inorganic and organic LEDs, small-molecules, Organic Photovoltaics (OPV) in various international academic groups, including the Northwestern University in the US, the Technical University of Lodz (Poland), and on thin-film morphology and CNT at the University of Perugia. He was research scientist and developer on OPV for Konarka Austria, performing advanced morphological studies and developing simulation tools for molecular dynamics and OPV devices. Relationship studies on lifetime and morphology. In 2012 he co-founded Morphwize snc, a spin-off company focused on the simulation for the ultra-short weather prediction on the PV plants connected to the smart grid. From the 2014 he manages the R&D activities and three years ago he become Chief Scientific Officer at CSEM Brasil. Principal focus is making the last innovation steps in order to transfer the knowledge for lab-to-fab. Coordination and management projects on perovskite and organic materials applied for PV beyond the most recent flexible hybrid electronics (FHE).

Luciana Hashiba is a Food Engineer graduated from UNICAMP, with MBA from Ibmec, master's and doctorate in business administration from FGV - EAESP in the themes of collaboration, performance, innovation and sustainability. She is vice-coordinator of the FGV EAESP Innovation Center - FGVin (since 2018), and researcher and professor at the same institution through the Operations, Sustainability and Innovation department (since 2017). She is part of the Administrative Council of the Institute for Technological Research - IPT and Eldorado Institute (since 2020). She also dedicates herself to education in innovation (under graduation, graduation, professional master’s and executive), We Fab (maker innovation consulting) and ETIKA (governance consulting).

Dr. Mônica A. Cotta is a physicist, earning her bachelors, masters and Ph.D from the University of Campinas (Unicamp). She is now a full professor at Unicamp, where she currently serves as the physics institute director. She is also the president of the Brazilian Materials Research Society and associate editor of the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials. Her research projects explore the areas of Materials Science and Biological Physics, with focus on the study of advanced semiconductor nanomaterials, from synthesis to biosensor fabrication, as well as applications of optical, electron and scanning probe microscopy to basic investigations on biomaterials and biological systems.

A apresentação de trabalhos científicos em congressos, seminários e simpósios tanto na forma de apresentação oral ou de pôster é uma atividade fundamental e necessária para a divulgação da pesquisa. No entanto, apesar da grande importância, muitos alunos e pesquisadores não possuem uma ideia clara sobre como fazer uma boa apresentação científica e, dessa forma, cometem vários erros que prejudicam a transmissão do conhecimento. Nesse Workshop serão abordados alguns dos aspectos mais importantes para uma boa apresentação científica, como a definição da mensagem principal, o planejamento dos slides, a linguagem a ser utilizada e também algumas dicas sobre como realizar a apresentação. O Workshop está divido em 2 módulos de 40 minutos cada e após cada módulo haverá um tempo para discussão e perguntas dos participantes.

Organizers: Prof. Dr. Eduardo G. Ciapina (UNESP)

Público–alvo: Estudantes de graduação, pós-graduação e pesquisadores em geral.

Tempo previsto: 1h30min.

O Prof. Eduardo G. Ciapina é professor na UNESP (Campus de Guaratiguetá) desde 2012 onde ministra aulas e realiza pesquisas na área de Química, Eletroquímica e materiais nanoestruturados. Formou-se bacharel em Química pela UNESP e mestre e doutor em Ciências pela USP. Realizou estágio de pós-doutoramento no Instituto de Química de São Carlos com um período no Argonne National Laboratory (EUA). O professor Eduardo G. Ciapina é autor de diversos artigos científicos publicados em revistas internacionais e já apresentou seus trabalhos em eventos científicos no Brasil e no exterior. É autor do livro “Apresentações científicas nota 10!” (Editora Penalux, 2020).

Rubem L. Sommer (CBAN BR Scientific Coordinator), Sara Bilmes (CBAN AR Scientific Coordinator), Felipe Belluci (MCTI representative), MINCYT (AR) representative.

The Brazil-Argentina Center for Nanotechnology is a virtual center created by the Brazilian and Argentinian Ministries of Science and Technology in early 2000s. The CBAN promoted a series of joint activities in its early years with focus on Summer and Winter Schools on specialized topics of Nanotechnology. A few calls for collaborative research and innovation projects were also developed.

After some years of no activity, CBAN is now re-structured and is calling now the scientific community of both countries to establish the plans for the next years.

This small session on the BR-MRS meeting 2021 is aimed to present the new CBAN structure and plans, in order to enroll the researchers present at this conference on upcoming CBAN activities.


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