Prof. Rafaelli Coutinho had the project “Girls in Robotics” approved in the Edict Girls and Women in Science at FAPERJ, as a result, released yesterday (26) on the Foundation’s website.
Professors Diego Barreto Haddad and Eduardo Soares Ogasawara had their projects approved in the announcement Young Scientist of our state (JCNE) 2020, at FAPERJ, according to the results published on the 13th on the Foundation’s website. The projects are: “Optimization in Computer Vision and Signal Processing” – professor Diego Barreto Haddad “Event Detection, Pattern Discovery […] Continue reading →
Professor Joel Santos had the projects CAPES PAEP (Edital 07/2019) and FAPERJ APQ2 (Edital 03/2019) approved to support scientific events. Both projects will support the holding of the XXV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and Web Systems (WebMedia 2019) to be held at CEFET/RJ from October 29 to November 01. Continue reading →
Prof. Rafaelli Coutinho had the project “Girls in robotics” approved in the Edict CNPQ/mctic N º 31/2018-girls in the exact sciences, engineering and computation. Continue reading →
Professors Eduardo Ogasawara and Raphael Machado had their projects approved in the announcement Young Scientist of our state (JCNE) 2017. More information at http://www.faperj.br/?id=3492.2.1 Continue reading →
The graduate program in Computer Science of CEFET/RJ (PPCIC) had its project, coordinated by Prof. Eduardo Ogasawara, approved in Edital FAPERJ N º 22/2016 of Emergency support for the Stricto Sensu graduate programs and courses of the state of Rio de Janeiro. The result is available at http://www.faperj.br/downloads/Resultado_Final_Apoio_Emergencial.pdf. Continue reading →
A Prof. Laura Assis had the article titled “A ubiquitous Platform and Pervasive For content distribution in educational environments “recognized as the best article in the Workshop on Computer Education (WEI). Continue reading →