25 de fevereiro de 2021, 18H30, online
To be discussed —
– Do percurso universitário ao mercado de trabalho;
– Obstáculos no mercado de trabalho;
– Projetando o futuro.
Miguel Ferreira, Bosch Thermoteknik
João Patrício, Bosch XC-ECO
Pedro Martins, Ubiwhere
Speakers biographies —
Miguel Ferreira joined the Integrated Master in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering in 2012.
During his academic career he has always tended towards electronic and programming curricular units, participating in competitions such as MicroRato, Sunset Hackaton and IoTSquad.
In addition to academic activities, in his 1st year he joined IEEE UA SB to acquire extra-course knowledge, where he would later end up being Chair in the academic year 2017/2019.
Also during his academic career he was part of EESTEC LC Aveiro, where he held the position of Contact Person at the local level and Regional Coordinator and Alumni Relations Manager at the international level and was also part of ESN Aveiro.
In 2019 he joined a professional internship at Bosch Termotecnologia in Aveiro, as Industrial IoT Developer, in the team responsible for guiding topics in Industry 4.0, developing all levels of the platform, from sensors, through APIs and front end.
In July 2020 he moved to Sweden where he is currently an Industry 4.0 engineer at Bosch Thermoteknik, guiding Industry 4.0 topics in the production of heat pumps and giving direct support to improving production.
Master in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, University of Aveiro.
He was a student researcher at the Instituto de Telecomunicações de Aveiro in the ATNoG group under the umbrella of PhD Rui Aguiar. Subsequently, he also developed his thesis at the Telecommunications Institute, this time in the NAP group under the umbrella of PhD Susana Sargento and PhD Miguel Luís, on "Network Mechanisms for Drone Swarms in Aquatic Monitoring Environments".
As a student, he was also part of the Student Branch at IEEE Aveiro, having been coordinator of business relations.
He is currently a software developer in the XC-ECO team (former CAP-SST) of the multinational company Robert Bosch, in Braga, where he is responsible for several bootloader projects in the automotive area.
In his free time he is an amateur musician in some bands.
Pedro Martins has a master's degree in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Aveiro. At the moment, he works as an Embedded Systems Engineer at Ubiwhere, where he designs and implements IoT products to solve society's problems. At the same time, he is also part of the R & D team, focusing on the areas of New Space and Satellite Communications.
He is the author and co-author of 7 articles presented at national and international conferences, covering topics of economics, education and autonomous driving. He was also a research fellow in optical communications and computer vision at the Instituto de Telecomunicações.
Throughout his university career he was also involved in an educational project that developed tools to support the teaching of electronics, robots that made the news in the media and participated in the organization of events for audiences of up to 700 people. He has been a speaker at talks, workshops and other activities in the areas of electronics, robotics and programming for students of various educational levels.
Currently, his topics of interest are embedded systems, RISC-V and robotics.
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