Work History

Work History
Mar 2008 - Present

Research in optimization / miniaturization of mechanical systems

Mechatronics Laboratory - Dynamics Laboratory

This project deals with the optimization of the mechanic project based on a robot manipulator. The objective is to dimension the Actuactors System Shelter again to obtain a new structure that can be installed in a robot manipulator been answerable for the good operation with better efficiency, precision and flexibility of movements.

Education

Education
Mar 2006 - Present

Higher School incomplete certificate

University of São Paulo

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Interest

Interests in consulting, automotive, aerospace and technology in general

Custom

♦ Scientific Research for RUSP [March 2008/ November 2009].The subject of this Research Project was to miniaturize the Housing´s drive system on Kanguera Robotic Grip.

♦ Integrant of the organizing committee of the Fourth Mechanical Engineering Week, a workshop thattook place in Sao Carlos, between 13th and 17th October 2008.

♦ Studies in Automotive Engineering [August 2009 to present].

Summary

Studies carried out in the vast area of Mechanical Engineering, where I got a strong background in Automotive Engineering, which provided integrated approach (economic, technical and operational) of the subset.

Objective

♦ Internship program.

♦ Develop new technologies and change parameters in the mechanical engineering world.

Skills

Skills

Product development

Department of Production Engineering, EESC-USP.

English

MATLAB

MATLAB Minicourse offered by Opencadd( representation of MathWorks products in Brazil.

Microsoft Office

Word, Excel and Powerpoint experience.

Pascal Programming

C Programming

Catia

Department of Aeronautical Engineering, EESC-USP.

Solid Works

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