CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1D – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

He holds a BA in Physics (1979), Master in Physics (1982) and PhD in Physics (1993) from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Postdoctoral fellow at the Nuclear Engineering Department of Penn State University (USA) between 1995 and 1996. Currently Professor at the State University of Maringa, where he has taught since 1983. He has experience in the experimental Physics area of Solid State, with emphasis on Materials Science, acting on the following topics: structural and magnetic properties of complex oxides – for example, ferrites, pyrochlore and perovskite – Mechanosynthesis, metastable phases, nanoparticles, thin films, diluted magnetic semiconductors, minerals and characterization of nuclear fuel and special steels. Coordinates the Special Materials Group of the Physics Department of the State University of Maringa. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1B – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

He holds a BA degree with teaching credential qualification in Physics from the State University of Maringa (1984), a Master’s degree in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1987) and PhD in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1990). He did a post-doctoral internship in England (1993-1994), in the photothermal phenomena area using Interferometry Thermal Microscopy and Photothermal waves. Designated a Full Professor in 2007, nominated in Aug / 2009 at the State University of Maringa. Co-responsible for the GEFF group – group of photo-acoustic and photothermal phenomena. He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, acting on the following topics: Application of photothermal techniques to the Study of Materials: Spectroscopic and Thermal Properties by Thermal Lens, Photo-acoustic Spectroscopy, Interferometry and Photothermal Microscopy. Experience in Material Characterization: impregnated and luminescent polymers, porous metal alloys and ceramics, special optical glasses with applications in solid-state laser, bioceramic materials and semiconductors and more recently Magnetoacoustic applied to magnetocaloric. Interests: optical absorption, luminescence emission, Refractive Index and dn / dT, thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity, specific heat. Consultant for various development agencies and foreign specialized journals in his area, a member of the Committee of the Project Evaluation for the Araucaria-PR Foundation, a member of the university council (COU) at UEM and the Entrance Examination Statutory Committee of UEM. He served as Graduate Program Coordinator in Physics at UEM until Jul / 2010. Current researcher 1b CNPq. Member of the University Council / COU until Jul / 14, present Graduate Program Director from Oct / 14 to Oct / 18. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1C – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1991), Master in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1994) and PhD in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1998). Currently an Associated Professor at the State University of Maringa. He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, mainly working with the following: thermo-optical properties, calorimetry, optical interferometry, thermal lens spectroscopy, photo-acoustic spectroscopy, optical glasses, electron paramagnetic resonance, highly correlated electrons, Kondo effect. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

Has a degree in Physics (2001), a Master’s Degree in Physics (2004) and a Doctorate (2008) in Physics from the State University of Maringá, where he completed a PhD in Italy (Politecnico di Torino). In (2009) he completed the post-doctorate internship at the Physics Department of the Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Currently works as an effective professor at the State University of Maringá. He has experience in the field of Physics, with emphasis on Complex Fluids, working mainly in the following subjects: Liquid crystals (elastic-continuous theory), ion dynamics in electrolytic cells, simulated body fluid (FBS), ionic adsorption, electrical impedance ) And calculation with numerical simulations. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2 – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2003) and Master in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2005), PhD in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2009), post-doctor from Kyoto University – Japan and post-doctor from the State University of Maringa. She is currently an adjunct professor at the State University of Maringa. She has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, working mainly in photothermal phenomena. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2 – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

Bachelor (2008), M.Sc. (2010) and PhD in Physics (2012) from the State University of Maringa. He also had an internship during the PhD course (11 / 2011-04 / 2012) at Northwestern University under the supervision of Prof. Luis Amaral. His work is focused on understanding the dynamics of complex systems through the statistical analysis of data from these systems and the application of tools and Statistical Physics techniques. He has a particular interest in statistical analysis of time series, the quantitative study of social systems and stochastic models related to anomalous diffusive processes. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

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CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1D – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

Ivair Aparecido dos Santos completed the degree in Physics (1994) at the State University of Maringa, the Master’s in Physics (1997) at the State University of Campinas and the Doctorate in Physics (2001) at the Federal University of São Carlos. He is currently Associate Professor of Physics at the State University of Maringa, and a permanent member of the Graduate Program in Physics at this institution. He has published over 60 articles in specialized journals, and more than a hundred works in annals of national and international scientific events. He has supervised more than a dozen undergraduate and graduate (master’s and doctorate) students in the last five years. He is currently coordinating five research projects funded with resources from the government agencies for research CNPq, Capes and Araucaria Foundation for the Support of Scientific and Technological Development of Paraná, all in the area of ​​Condensed Matter Physics. These projects are aimed at the study and development of nanomaterials, especially the magnetoelectric multiferroics, and multifunction devices. His interests are focused on the study of structure / properties in magnetoelectric multiferroics, with special emphasis on the study of magnetoelectric coupling in polycrystas, and the development of transformers, actuators and solid state sensors. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2 – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

Bachelor of Physics from the State University of Maringá (2006), Master’s (2008) and PhD (2012) in Physics from the University of São Paulo (2008). He completed his Ph.D. from 2012 to 2015 at the University of São Paulo with FAPESP scholarship and also during the year 2014 at the University of California Santa Barbara. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Paraná – Advanced Campus in Jandaia do Sul. He has experience in the area of ​​Computational Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, working mainly on the following topics: Simulation of carbon nanomaterials; Electronic transport properties through first principles methods in conjunction with Green functions out of balance; Study of structural, electronic and transport properties of van der Waals heterostructures. He is currently also interested in properties of new two-dimensional materials that are topological insulation for the study of spin-quantum Hall effect. (Texto informado pelo autor no C. Lattes)

 

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  • CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2 – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    Bachelor (1999), Master (2001) and PhD (2004) in Physics from the State University of Maringa. He is currently Adjunct Professor at the State University of Maringá, Department of Physics. In the master’s course, he worked on polymer analysis via thermal lens technique; during his PhD, he worked with preparation and characterization of special glasses for active medium for solid-state laser, which is one of his current research lines. He did a Post-Doctorate at the Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation – Vancouver / Canada where he worked with thermal characterization and diffusion of gases in the hydrogen fuel cell – in order to implement this research line, he currently has two projects funded by CNPq and Araucaria Foundation. He has experience in the area of ​​Physics, with emphasis on Optical Properties and Spectroscopy of Condensed Matter and other Interactions of Matter, acting on the following topics:. thermal lens, glass transition, glass, polymers and thermal lens. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

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    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2 – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    I have a bachelors degree in physics obtained by the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (2004), where I worked mainly in the following subjects: astronomy, cosmology and statistical physics. In 2007 I obtained a Master’s Degree in Physics from the State University of Maringá, whose subject of my dissertation was the Study of Nuclear Fuel Diffractivity UO2-Gd2O3 Prepared by High Energy Grinding under the guidance of Professor Dr. Andrea Paesano Junior. I worked more specifically on nuclear fuel, preparing and characterizing this material. I hold a PhD in Physics from the State University of Maringá, also led by Professor Andrea Paesano Junior, which was jointly with DFI-UEM / Brazil and TU Braunschweig Germany. In Germany, I worked in the Solid State Chemistry Group of the Institute of Physics and Theoretical Chemistry at the Technological University of Brausnchweig from May 2008 to September 2009 under the guidance of Professor Klaus-Dieter Becker. At the same university from October 2009 to February 2010, I also worked at the Institute of Condensed Matter Physics under the guidance of Professor Fred Jochen Litterst. From March 2010 I began working at the Institute of Chemical Physics and Electrochemistry at Leibniz University in Hannover under the guidance of Professor Dr. Paul Heitjans. In Germany, I worked with the preparation and development of a series of new structure types of Bi2(Fe, N)4O9 mullite, where (N = Al and Ga) and nano-perovskite type BiFeO3. In addition, I have also worked with several systems, such as Mn-Zn ferrite and perovskite La0.8Sr0.2(Mn,Fe,Co)O3±&#948. Characterized by Mössbauer spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and consequently Rietveld analysis, SQUID, EDX, infrared, optical spectroscopy and NMR measurements. (Texto informado pelo autor no C. Lattes)

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1D – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Universidade Estadual de Maringá (1992), bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná (1987), master’s degree in Physics from Universidade de São Paulo (1994) and PhD in Physics from Universidade de São Paulo (1999). Post-doctor at Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University -Kent, Ohio – USA (2003). He has experience in Physics, focusing on Physical Statistics and Thermodynamics, acting on the following subjects: anomalous diffusion, field theory, Tsallis statistics, liquid crystal elastormers and photothermal phenomena. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

     

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2

    Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Maringa (1998), Master in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2001), PhD in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2005) and Post-doctor from the Univesity of Texas in San Antonio (2014) . He is currently Associate Professor at the Department of Physics of the State University of Maringa and Permanent Professor of Graduate Programs in Physics and Environmental Biotechnology at the State University of Maringa. He has experience in the area of ​​Physics and Materials Engineering, with emphasis on production of Multiferroic materials and magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications. As his main techniques of characterization, he has experience in X-ray Diffraction and neutron diffraction (Rietveld Refinement), Thermal Analysis, Electronic Microscopy Techniques, Magnetic Measurements and Dielectric and Ferroelectric measures, acting on the following topics: Sol-Gel Process, High Energy grinding, ceramic materials, structural refinement (Rietveld method), cancer treatments and antiviral drugs. ResearcherID = http://www.researcherid.com/rid/C-7239-2013 (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

     

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1B – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    BS in Physics from the State University of Maringa (1979), Master in Physical Chemistry from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (1983), PhD in Particle Physics from the University of São Paulo (1988), and Post-doctor at the Politecnico di Torino (Italy, 1989-1990), where he was also a Visiting professor (1991-1994). He is currently Professor in Theoretical Physics of the Department of Physics at the State University of Maringa. He has experience in the area of Theoretical Physics, with emphasis on state equation, Phase Equilibrium and Phase Transitions, acting on the following topics: adsorption, liquid crystals, elastic-solid theory, behavior of amorphous systems at low temperatures and phase transitions in complex fluids. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1A – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Maringa (1984), Master in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1987), PhD in Physics from the State University of Campinas (1990) and post-doctor at the Institute of Science and Technology – University of Manchester – England. He is currently Professor of the State University of Maringa. He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, acting on the following topics: 1. photothermal phenomena applied in the study of special glasses, biological systems, biomaterials and phitodrugs. 2. Development of special glasses for the generation of intelligent white light and the building of new lasers for biomedical application. Bibliometric indices: In ISI FH = 29; N. quote = 3116 In Google Scholar FH = 35; N. quote = 4147 (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

     

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1D – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    Bachelor (2001), Master (2003), PhD (2006) and Post-Doctor (2007) in Physics from the State University of Maringa, Postdoctoral Fellow in Physics from the Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation, National Research Council Canada – IFCI-NRC (2008). He served as Research Associate in IFCI-NRC (2009). He is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics – University of Maringa. He has experience in the area of ​​Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, acting on the following topics: theoretical and experimental development of photothermic techniques (Thermal Lens, Thermal Mirror, Photoacoustic Spectroscopy, Mirage Effect) for the study of thermal, optical and mechanical properties of non-crystalline solids and liquids; Study of photochemical reactions in aqueous materials and fuel oils; Development of new glassy materials for generating laser light, white light and photo-converters. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

     

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 2 – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2005), Master in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2007) and PhD in Liquid Crystals – Kent State University (2012). He is currently a professor at the Federal Technological University of Paraná. He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on state equation, Phase Equilibrium and Phase Transitions, acting on the following topics: Liquid crystals, spontaneous distortions, Cholesterics, wetting problems and interfaces, development of displays and impedance spectroscopy. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1B – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    BS in Physics from the University of Brasilia (1985), Master in Physics (Quantum Field Theory), University of São Paulo (1988), PhD in Physics (Quantum Field Theory), University of São Paulo (1994) and Post doctor (Statistical Physics) from the Brazilian Center for Physics Research (1997). He is currently associate professor at the State University of Maringa. He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Statistical Physics, working mainly in complex systems, and anomalous mechanical generalized statistical dissemination. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2006), Master in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2009), PhD in Physics from the State University of Maringa (2011) and Postdoctoral Fellow in Physics applied to multiferroic materials from the University of Maringa (2013). He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics, acting on the following topics: Mechanosynthesis, synthesis of ceramics, scanning electronic microscopy, transmission electronic microscopy, X-ray diffraction, thermal analysis (DTA, DSC, TG and dilatometry), magnetometry, magnetic and electrical properties of ceramics multiferroics (ferromagnetism, ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, magnetoelectric coupling etc.). (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)


    CNPq Research Productivity Fellow – Level 1D – CA FA – Physics and Astronomy

    He holds a BA in Physics from the State Univeristy of Maringa (1976), a Master’s degree in Physics form the Federal University of Santa Catarina (1982) and a PhD in Physics from the University of Sao Paulo (1991). Current professor at State University of Maringa, mainly acting in the following areas: linear optics, non-linear optics, order paramenter, uniaxial – biaxial nematic phase transition in liquid crystals. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    Bolsista de Produtividade em Pesquisa do CNPq – Nível 1C – CA FA – Física e Astronomia

    He holds a degree in Physics from the State University of Maringá (1996), a Master’s degree in Physics from the Brazilian Center for Physical Research (1998) and a Ph.D. in Physics from the Brazilian Center for Physical Research (2002). He is currently a professor at Ponta Grossa State University. He has experience in Physics, with emphasis in Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics, acting mainly on the following subjects: anomalous diffusion, fractional diffusion equations, diffusion equation and contour problems in liquid crystal. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    BSc in Physics from the State University of Maringa (1987), Master from the University of São Paulo (1991) and PhD in Theoretical Physics from the Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho (1995). She is currently Associate C of the State University of Maringa. She has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Field Theory and Gravitation, acting on the following topics: complex fluids (liquid crystal), cosmology and gravitation theory. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    Bachelor in Physics from the State University of Maringa (1987), Master in Physics from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (1990), PhD in Physics from Technishe Universität Braunschuleig (1995) and Post-doctor at the Brazilian Center for Physics Research (1997). He is currently Associate Professor at the State University of Maringa, Associate Professor of Maringa State University and member of the editorial board of Acta Scientiarum. Technology (Printed). He has experience in the area of Physics, with emphasis on Condensed Matter Physics. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    Bachelor in Physics from the Federal University of Santa Maria / RS (1987), Master in Physics – IFUSP (1990), PhD in Physics – IFUSP (1996), Postdoctoral Fellow (2002) in the Information Displays Division at CenPRA (Campinas / SP). He is currently Associate Professor C of the State University of Maringa / PR and member of INCT of Complex Fluids. Working area: Condensed Matter Physics, Complex Fluids. He was Coordinator of the UEM Center for the National Master’s Course in Physics Teaching (PROFIS) and Head of the Department of Physics at UEM. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)

    BS in Physics from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (1994), Master in Physics from the Federal University of Pernambuco (1996) and PhD in Physics from the Federal Fluminense University (2000). She is currently a professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte. She has experience in the area of Condensed Matter Physics, with emphasis on Heavy Fermions, Quasi-crystals and Nanostructured Materials. (Text informed by the author in C. Lattes)