Photonics/Microeletronics convergence in telecommunications
Júlio César Rodrigues Fernandes de Oliveira (IDEIA!)
R&D executive and team leader with history of innovation, building technology ecosystems to achieve high technology goals at optical communications field. Bachelor, Electrical Eng., 2003, UFCG-Brazil; Master, Electrical Eng. (Photonics), UNICAMP-Brazil, 2004, and Ph.D, UNICAMP-Brazil, Electrical Eng. (Photonics), 2007. From 2004 to 2014 took, researcher and general manager positions at optical communications systems and photonics devices divisions at CPqD Foundation. Founder and CEO of BrPhotonics, 2014, a high-tech startup with accelerated growth in optical communications area developing high end products, LASERs, Modulators, ASICs. Founder of PI-TEC Product Technologies, 2017, and JCRFO Technical Consultancy, 2017, companies acting at high end telecom and Datacom markets, developing deep submicron ASICs and highly integrated photonics devices. Over 15 years of experience in optical communications field, lead 12 optical communications R&D projects (more than USD50M budget), producing 15 patents (INPI), 140+ papers and 20 technological products currently in optical communications market.
ANDRé SALLES CUNHA PERES (INSTITUTO INTERNACIONAL DE NEUROCIêNCIAS EDMOND E LILY SAFRA)
André Salles Cunha Peres (Instituto Internacional de Neurociências Edmond e Lily Safra)
Possuo graduação em Física Médica pela Universidade de São Paulo (2005), mestrado em Ciências Físicas Aplicadas pela Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto (2008), doutorado em Física Aplicada a Medicina e Biologia pela Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto (2012) e pós-doutorado pelo Instituto do Cérebro - UFRN (2012-2016). Atualmente sou professor pesquisador no Instituto Internacional de Neurociências Edmond and Lily Safra - Instituto Santos Dumont. Meu foco de pesquisa é em processamento de sinais biológicos em neurociências, sendo a minha principal linha de pesquisa o estudo das dinâmicas do processamento sensorial.
Smail TEDJINI, URSI Fellow, IEEE Senior member, Doctor Physics Grenoble University 1985. 1981-1986 Assistant Professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology, Senior Researcher of CNRS (Research French National Center) 1986 to 1993. He became University Full Professor 1993. Since 1996 he is Professor at esisar Dpt. of Grenoble-inp. His main topics concern Electromagnetism, RadioFrequency, Wireless Systems and Optoelectronics. He served as coordinator/member in numerous academic programs both for education and research. He was coordinator for Ph.D., Master and Bachelor programs for Grenoble University. Some programs are under international collaboration with universities from Europe, USA, Canada, Brazil, Vietnam, Egypt, Maghreb. He founded the LCIS lab and served as its Director. He also served as the Director of esisar. He has more than 35 years experience in Education, Research and Management of university affairs. Now, he is project manager within ORSYS group that he leaded until 2014 and founded 15 years ago. He supervised more than 40 PhDs, has more than 300 publications and patents. He organized several conferences/workshops, Past-President and founder of the IEEE-CPMT French Chapter, Past Vice-President of IEEE Section France, Vice-Chair and Chair of URSI Commission D ?Electronics & Photonics? in 2008-2014. In 2015 he was elected President of URSI-France. Since 2017 he serves as vice-chair of MTT-TC-24.
LUIS M. CORREIA (INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TéCNICO - UNIVERSITY OF LISBON, PORTUGAL)
An approach to cloud and virtual radio access networks
Luis M. Correia (Instituto Superior Técnico - University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Luis M. Correia was born in Portugal, in 1958. He received the Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from IST (University of Lisbon) in 1991, where he is currently a Professor in Telecommunications, with his work focused in Wireless/Mobile Communications in the areas of propagation, channel characterisation, radio networks, traffic, and applications, with the research activities developed in the INESC-ID institute. He has acted as a consultant for Portuguese communications operators and the telecommunications regulator, besides other public and private entities, and has been in the Board of Directors of a telecommunications company. Besides being responsible for research projects at the national level, he has participated in 31 projects within the European frameworks of COST, RACE, ACTS, IST, ICT and H2020, having coordinated 5 of them and taken leadership responsibilities at various levels in many others. He has supervised more than 200 M.Sc./Ph.D. students, having edited 6 books, contribute to European strategic documents, and authored more than 450 papers in international and national journals and conferences, for which served also as a reviewer, editor, and board member. Internationally, he has been part of 32 Ph.D. juries, and 52 research projects and institutions evaluation committees for funding agencies in 10 countries and the European Commission. He has been the Chairman of Conference, of the Technical Programme Committee and of the Steering Committee of several major conferences, besides other several duties. He was a National Delegate to the COST Domain Committee on ICT. He was active in the European Net!Works platform, by being an elected member of its Expert Advisory Group and of its Steering Board, and the Chairman of its Working Group on Applications, and was also elected to the European 5G PPP Association.