Speakers

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Fernanda de Morais Carnielutti
Fernanda Carnielutti received the bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 2010 from the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Santa Maria, Brazil, where she received the master and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering in 2012 and 2015, respectively. From 2016 to 2018, she was a Professor with the Federal University of Santa Maria, campus Cachoeira do Sul. She is currently a Professor with the Federal University of Santa Maria, campus Santa Maria and a Researcher with the Power Electronics and Control Research Group (GEPOC), UFSM. Her research interests include control and modulation of static power converters, multilevel converters, power electronics for renewable energies, microgrids and model predictive control. Dr. Carnielutti is a member of the IEEE Power Electronics Society, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, and IEEE Industry Applications Society.
Martha Bohrer Adaime
Martha Adaime has been a professor at UFSM for over 30 years, currently holder of the CNPq Researcher, and participates in the Postgraduate Program in Chemistry. It is one of the coordinators of LARP (Pesticide Waste Analysis Laboratory) that has INMETRO seal for waste and contaminant analysis. She has been working in UFSM's management since 2002 as director of teaching unit, dean, chief of staff and is currently Vice Provost. He has always worked in graduation teaching qualitative, quantitative and instrumental analytical chemistry classes for the industrial chemistry and degree courses, pharmacy, agronomy, forest engineering and chemical engineering. Currently is PQ 2 of CNPq
Carmen Brum Rosa
Carmen Brum Rosa has an interdisciplinary trajectory, PhD in Electrical Engineering and Chemistry engineer from the Federal University of Santa Maria, has experiences in the areas of Production Engineering and Management in Energy Business, with a focus specialized in the evaluation of organizational performance, mathematical modeling to measure organizational competitiveness, Tools to support decision making, entrepreneurship and innovation management. She is an adjunct professor at the Department of Production and Systems Engineering at UFSM, permanent professor at the UFSM Postgraduate Program in Engineering and current coordinator of Entrepreneurial Education of the Dean of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (PROINOVA) of UFSM