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Brno University of Technology
Brno University of Technology was founded in 1899 and initially offered a single course in civil engineering. It grew to become one of the major Czech Universities, with 8 faculties and 2 university institutes. It is focusing on technical, economical and art sciences, both on the educational and research level. A major part of applied research is initiated directly by industrial companies both domestic and international.
30 Brazilian students have been developing their projects at this famous University during the UNIGOU 2018. Their research has been performed at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Information Technologies, Faculty of Chemistry and in science centre Admas (Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies).
Meet Unigouers of 2018 below
Gabriel Campos Bernardo from UFSC developed project about Database of ambient conditions for virtual car cabin model validation
João Pedro De Toni de Almeida from UFSC developed project about Quality of fuel atomization of small pressure-swirl atomizers
José Francisco dos Santos Junior from UFSC developed project about Negative electrode materials for Lithium-ion batterie
Leonardo Rezende Novaisn from UFSCar developed project about Detection and classification of pathologies in retinal images
Marina Santos Prado from UFSC developed project about Investigation of advanced grapheme-incorporated electrode materials for lithium and sodium-ion batteries
Mateus da Silva Cardoso from UFSC developed project about Computational flow simulations (CFD) in hydraulic machines – specifically Francis Turbine
Murilo Ferreira Nicoluzzi from UFSC developed project about Analysis of air flow in human airways
Pedro Henrique Salles Arouck de Souza from UNB developed project about The influence of voltage and current harmonic distortion on operation of protection relays
Raphael Rodrigues da Costa Barbosa from UNB developed project about Experimental 4WD/4WS Vehicle
Taina Stefani from UFSC developed project about Testing of Bituminous Mixtures
Victor Araújo Vieira from UNB developed project about Camera platform control for finding eye in a video-sequence
Bruno Henrique Moraes Pacolla from UNICAMP developed project about Applied research on new materials for 3D printing, preparation of biomaterials and materials for tissue engineering / Advanced ceramics, bio ceramics, 3D ceramics printing, ceramic nanoparticle synthesis
Caio Vitor da Silva Moreira and Bruno Pessoa Chaves from UNB developed projects about Monitoring of differential conducted disturbances in audio band up to 500 kHz and Immunity of revenue meters against conducted differential disturbances in the range 2 kHz to 150 kHz
Camilla Carvalho Ferreira from UFRJ developed project about Head position simulator in real time suitable for augmented reality on mobile devices
Dário Timoteo Siqueira Neto from UFSC and Guilherme Gaue Zayat from UNICAMP developed project about Development of Green Concrete
Eduardo Souza de Mangrich from UFSC developed project about Experimental 4WD/4WS Vehicle
Flávia Bittencourt Moré from UFSC developed project about Monitoring of pollutants in environmental compartments (pesticides, PCBs, PAHs, PPCPs) / Methods of identification and quantification of contaminants of organic origin in environmental compartments (water, air, soil, biota)
Gabriel Felipe Chaguri Felicio from UNICAMP developed project about Systematic testing of single-phase DC/AC inverters with power up to 3 kW working under different operating conditions.
Guilherme Henrique Randi from UNICAMP developed project about Analysis of selective laser melting samples (metal 3D printing)
Marcelo Bicca Thiele from UFSC developed project about Systematic testing of single-phase DC/AC inverters with power up to 3 kW working under different operating conditions.
Gustavo de Almeida do Carmo from UNICAMP developed project about Energy harvesting from Mechanical Vibrations
Here you can check outcomes of their work