Czech Technical University in Prague is the oldest non-military technical university in Europe, established in 1707 by the emperor Joseph I. The University’s long tradition of cutting edge science and engineering, together with high-quality technical education, ensues from the work of many great personalities. It has 7 faculties and 3 research institutes, covering a total of 14 bachelor, 23 master and 15 Ph.D. programs.

This year we welcomed almost 30 Brazilian students who has been working on development of various projects at this University. They performed their research at Faculties of Electrical Engineering, Architecture and Civil Engineering. Meet below the Unigouers of this year.

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Gustavo Nishihara from UNICAMP developed topic about Quadcopter and camera based tracking
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Victor Moreira de Camargo Lopes from UFSC developed project about Multi-antenna GPS system for measuring position and orientation
Mario Pimentel Costa Junior
Mario Pimentel Costa Junior from UFSC developed project about Gis analysis of large areas and basins in order to analyze rainfall-drainage, erosion and transport processes using mathematical models
Pedro Milanez Brogni
Pedro Milanez Brogni from UFSC developed project about Construction of solar simulator
Vinícius Lisboa do Nascimento
Vinícius Lisboa do Nascimento from UNB developed project about Electronic Circuit Analysis
Hélio Antonio Basso do Prado 1
Hélio Antonio Basso do Prado from USP developed project about Energy and economic effectiveness of biomethane production and utilization
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Caroline Piesanti dos Santos and Renato Amaral Siqueira from UFSC developed project about Utilisation of FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) method in manufacturing and Study on the use of a selected computational tool for teaching
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Lucas Bamidele Tinoco Kalejaiye from UNB developed project about Image recognition / Java code optimization / Real-time web communication systems
Pedro Nepomuceno e Silva
Pedro Nepomuceno e Silva from UNICAMP developed project about Gis analysis of large areas and basins in order to analyze rainfall-drainage, erosion and transport processes using mathematical models

Students have been working on these projects more than two months and here you can check the outcomes of their work in form of posters that they have created.

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