In addition to teaching activities at the undergraduate level, scientific initiation guidelines and final projects, PPCIC professors have carried out several other complementary activities. The actions include activities: (i) review of journals, (ii) participation of program committees, (iii) participation of superior councils of CEFET / RJ, (iv) management activities, (v) mini courses, (vi) coorientations of theses and dissertations in other HEIs, (vii) participation in doctoral and master’s degrees in other HEIs, (viii) honors and awards. Such actions are presented by teacher to teacher, below:
Diego Brandão: Had APQ1 research project approved at FAPERJ, technological development project ADT1 also approved at FAPERJ and extension project approved in the PROEXT / MEC announcement (2013). He is the leader of the Computational Modeling Research Group at CEFET / RJ. He organized the International Conference on Formal Aspects of Component Software in 2015, the Latin American Workshop on Clicks and Graphs in 2018, the Regional School of Information Systems in 2014 and the Regional School of High Performance in Rio de Janeiro in 2019. He is a member of program committees for the following events: International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing (IWSSIP), Workshop on Application for Multi-Core Architectures (WAMCA), Regional School of Information Systems (ERSI / RJ), Special Session on High Performance Computing and Modeling & Simulation Education (HPCS). He is a reviewer of the following journals: International Engineering Journal, Latin American Journal of Computing and Journal of Hydrology. He participates in a Research and Innovation project with Tata Consultancy Service (TCS) in the area of Computational Intelligence. In administrative terms, he serves as the current chairman of the committee responsible for the PPCIC student selection process.
Diego Haddad: Had a Universal research project approved by CNPq (2016) and APQ1 (FAPERJ / 2019). He is the leader of the Research Group entitled “Adaptive Networks and Intelligent Signal Processing”. He has more than 20 articles in journals and more than 50 in congresses, between national and international. He is a reviewer of the journals Signal Processing, EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, Sensors and Entropy. He is the coordinator of the Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering (PPEEL) at CEFET / RJ. He participated in master’s and doctoral boards at UFRJ, UFF, UERJ, UFPR and UFJF. He co-supervises dissertations and theses at COPPE / UFRJ. He was a member of the Technical Program Committee of the AES-Brasil Audio Engineering Congress (2011, 2014 and 2015) and the Offshore Technology Conference (2011) and is on the organizing committee of the Brazilian Symposium on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (2019) . He is a member of the project “Development, Modeling and Characterization of Functional Materials”, contemplated in the public notice of the program “Support to Teaching and Research Institutions Headquartered in the State of Rio de Janeiro – 2018” (Edital FAPERJ nº 11/2018), which has with the objective of supporting the acquisition and maintenance of equipment, the execution of infrastructure works and costing expenses foreseen in research projects. Recently, his article entitled “A novel sequential activation method for the locomotion of quadrupedal soft robots” won the award for best article (Best Paper) from LARS / SBR 2019, the largest robotics event in Latin America.
Eduardo Bezerra: Had a technological project approved by CNPq. He is the leader of the machine learning research group at CEFET / RJ. In 2016 he was the author of the Deep Learning mini-course at the Brazilian Database Symposium. Between 2015 and 2016, he produced a new edition of the books: Principles of Analysis and Design of Systems with UML and Data Mining: concepts, techniques, algorithms, guidelines and applications. Regarding administrative support, he coordinated the Bachelor of Computer Science between 2013-2014, a period in which he was also a member of the Teaching Council. Between 2015-2016 he was an alternate member of the Teaching, Research and Extension Council.
Eduardo Ogasawara: Is a CNPq research productivity fellow and a Young Scientist from Our State at FAPERJ. He also had APQ1 research projects approved by FAPERJ. He is also a local coordinator, representing CEFET / RJ, at the INCT in Data Science, whose merit was approved by CNPq in 2016. He is the leader of the data mining research group at CEFET / RJ. He co-directs dissertations and theses with LNCC and UFF and participated in doctoral and master’s degrees at LNCC, UFRJ, IME, UFF and Unicamp. He is a reviewer of journals such as: Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, IEEE Transactions on Service Computing and The Journal of Systems and Software. He is a member of the SIAM International Conference on Data Mining program committee and the Brazilian Database Symposium. Annually offers the Data Analysis mini-course in the LNCC Summer Program and in 2019 offered a Data Analysis workshop at the Regional Database School. He participates in a Research Project with Petrobras (CENPES) in the area of analysis of space-time series. In administrative terms, he coordinates the PPCIC and has been a member of the Teaching, Research and Extension Council (CEPE) since 2013. In 2019, he obtained the best article in SBBD.
Felipe da Rocha Henriques: Had APQ1 project approved at FAPERJ in 2019. he participated in the Organizing Committee of the XXXVII Brazilian Symposium on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (SBrT 2019), as local Coordinator. He has served as a reviewer for the journals Digital Signal Processing, Sensors, Journal of Communication and Information System and IEEE Latin America Transactions. He received an honorable mention at WebMedia 2019 with the article “Performance Evaluation and Comparison of Default and Small Private Key Rainbow Digital Signature Scheme for IoT Devices” and in the WebMedia 2019 Scientific Initiation Work Workshop with the article “UnderApp: A System For Remote Monitoring Of Landslides Based On Wireless Underground Sensor Networks ”. In administrative terms, he served as coordinator of the Technical Course in Telecommunications at the Petrópolis Campus of CEFET / RJ from 2012 to 2019.
Gustavo Paiva Guedes e Silva: Gustavo Paiva Guedes e Silva had an AUX-IND research project approved at FAPERJ in 2016. he is the leader of the Affective Computing Laboratory research group at CEFET / RJ. He is a reviewer of journals such as: Psychological Reports, IEEE Latin America Transactions and IEEE Access. He received an honorable mention at BrasNam 2014 with the article “An Approach to Bonus Programs Based on Social Networks”, at SAC 2015 with the article “Exploring Multiple Clustering in Attributed Graphs” and at BrasNam 2019 with the article “Identification of Brazilian sexual predators by analysis of conversations conducted on the Internet ”. In addition, he received the award for best article at KDMiLe 2017 with the work “TATModel – Towards a New Model for the Evaluation of Automatic Text Translations”. In administrative terms, he coordinated Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (Maracanã) between 2015 and 2017, a period in which he was also a member of the Teaching Council.
João Roberto de Toledo Quadros: Had an APQ1 research project approved by FAPERJ. He obtained the best article from SENID 2013 with the work “Building the Environment for the Development of Educational Games Based on Gesture Interface”. He supervised students of the Informatics Technical Course who obtained: Silver Medal (2010 and 2011 editions) and Bronze (2009 and 2016 editions) and Honor to Merit (in the 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions) at the Brazilian Informatics Olympiad (OBI ), 3rd place in the CRIA Cup (RioINFO Cup of Algorithms) of 2012 and 2013, fifth and fourth place, in 2017 and 2018, in the Formula Drone competition of SAE Brasil, being the only team to win awards in two consecutive editions, participation in the Brazilian Robotics Olympics, in the state of 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Organizes the Rio de Janeiro Regional of the Brazilian Informatics Olympics since 2009. Organized and coordinated, as the state headquarters, the 2015 Programming Marathon. 1st Formula Drone Forum, based in Rio de Janeiro. In administrative terms, he was coordinator of the Higher Course in Technology in Internet Systems (Maracanã) in 2005, coordinator of the Technical Course in Informatics (Maracanã) from 2006 to 2014; he was an elected member of the Teaching Council (CONEN) in the 2012-2013 biennium, member of the High Technical Education Council (CONDMET) from 2008 to 2014 and member of the Extension Council (CONEX) between 2018 and 2019.
Joel André Ferreira dos Santos: Leader of the Multimedia Research Group, co-leader of the Data Science Research Group (2017-2019) of CEFET / RJ. He had FAPERJ APQ1 research projects in 2016, FAPERJ APQ2 and CAPES PAEP in 2019. During his doctorate he had Bolsa Nota DEZ by FAPERJ. As a professor at PPCIC, he guided the dissertation that won the award for best dissertation in the WebMedia 2019 Thesis and Dissertation Competition. Collaboration is evidenced by publication together with the researchers. He was general coordinator of the XXV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and Web Systems (WebMedia 2019), held at CEFET / RJ, and is currently deputy coordinator of the Special Multimedia and Web Commission (CE-WebMedia) of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC). He has been a member of the WebMedia program committee since 2016, the Regional School on Computing Applied to Health in 2018 and the ACS / IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications in 2019/20. In administrative terms, he is the replacement for the PPCIC coordinator.
Jorge de Abreu Soares: Leader of the Data Science Research Group at CEFET / RJ. Externally, he supervised five master students at UERJ until 2016. He organized the 17th Meeting of the Master of Science in Accounting in 2015. In administrative terms, he was assistant coordinator (two years) and general (one and a half years) of the Graduate Program in Accounting Sciences at UERJ, between 2013 and 2016. He also performed the role of Head of the Department of Administrative Sciences at the Faculty of Administration and Finance at UERJ in two terms (between May 2011 and May 2015), in addition to being a member of the Higher Council for Education, Research and Extension at UERJ (CSEPE) , participating in its Permanent Commission for Research and Graduate Studies (CPPPG), and the Permanent Commission for Strategy, Standards and Development (CPEND). He is an ad hoc evaluator of INEP / MEC for acts of authorization, recognition and renewal of recognition related to undergraduate courses in Computing since 2010.
Kele Teixeira Belloze: Is president of the Structuring Teaching Nucleus of the Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science (BCC) and acts as a substitute academic coordinator for the Academic Department of Informatics. She participates in a research project with Fiocruz on the computational modeling of multidrug-resistant bacteria. In 2020 she is one of the organizers of the Brazilian e-Science Workshop (BreSci), an event of which she has been a member of the program committee since 2012. She is a reviewer of the magazine Cadernos de Saúde Pública (ENSP-FIOCRUZ). In 2019, she organized the WebMedia Scientific Initiation Workshop and coordinated the technical sessions and posters of the Regional School of Information Systems in Rio de Janeiro.
Laura Silva de Assis: Had a project approved by FAPERJ and CEFET / RJ (internal notice). She received an honorable mention for work presented at the 24th Computer Education Workshop (CSBC WEI). In administrative terms, he coordinates the Computer Engineering course (Petrópolis) since 2016 and was a member of the Extension Council (CONEX) in 2016. He also coordinates an extension project to train undergraduate and high school students to participate, respectively, in the programming marathon and OBI.
Leonardo Silva de Lima: is a CNPq research productivity fellow. He was a researcher at FAPERJ for the Edital Support for Emerging Groups and CNPq Universal Project, in addition to being a Young Scientist from Our State scholarship. He is the leader of the research group GEOS Strategic Management of Operations and Systems at CEFET / RJ and participates as a researcher in the Spectral Theory of Graphs group on Structural Graph Problems and in Combinatorial Optimization, linked to the COPPE / UFRJ Production Engineering Program. In addition to partnerships with researchers from UFRJ, the professor also carries out work with researchers from the ENCE National School of Statistical Sciences and from universities in other countries. He is co-supervisor of dissertations and theses of the Production Engineering Program at COPPE / UFRJ and the Department of Applied Mathematics at Unicamp. He is a reviewer of Linear Algebra and its Applications, Discrete Mathematics, Discrete Applied Mathematics and Ars Combinatoria. He is part of the program committee of the CNMAC, SBPO congresses. He was part of the Evaluation Committee for Graduate Programs in Engineering III at Capes in 2017.
Pedro Henrique González Silva: In 2017 he participated as a member of the program committee of the 5th International Conference dedicated to Variable Neighborhood Search and became a co-leader of CEFET/RJ’s Computational Modeling Research Group. He organized in the Seminars of the School of Informatics and Computing, the Workshop of the School of Informatics and Computing and was a member of the local committee of the Latin American Workshop on Clicks in Graphs in 2018. In 2019, he was a member of the program committee of the Workshop on High Performance Computing for Smart Cities. In administrative terms, he has been a member of the Student Performance Monitoring Commission and the Internationalization Commission since 2017. In 2020 became leader of CEFET/RJ’s Combinatorial Optimization and Applications Research Group. In addition, he is a reviewer of the journals International Transactions in Operational Research, RAIRO. Recherche Opérationnelle, Annals of Operations Research, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research, Computers & Industrial Engineering and European Journal of Operational Research. He is currently doing a Post-Doctoral internship in the Systems and Computer Engineering Program (PESC / COPPE / UFRJ).
Rafaelli de Carvalho Coutinho: Had projects approved in the FAPERJ Newly Contracted Assistance notice in 2016 and 2019, in the so-called Girls in Exact Sciences, Engineering and Computing at CNPq in 2018 and in the internal notices of CEFET/RJ for three consecutive years, from 2017 to 2019. Organized the Brazilian e-Science Workshop (BreSci) in 2017 and the Regional High Performance School of Rio de Janeiro (ERAD-RJ) in 2019. She has been a member of the BreSci program committee since 2016 and of the ERAD organization committee -RJ since 2017. In administrative terms, coordinates the Control and Automation Engineering course (Nova Iguaçu) since 2019.