Graduate Students

PhD. Students

Rodrigo Pereira

Técnico em Eletrônica pelo CEFET/SC (2005), possui graduação em Engenharia de Computação pela Universidade do Vale do Itajaí (2008) e mestrado em Computação Aplicada na Universidade do Vale do Itajaí (2011). Participou do Programa Básico de Microeletrônica – CNPq como bolsista DTI nível 3, pelo programa BrazilIP. Participou do programa Uniespaço 2009, com o projeto: Uso do Protocolo LIN na Interconexão de Sistemas em Satélites Artificiais, apoiado pela AEB. Participou do Programa CI Brasil – CT2 (2015), Centro de Pesquisas Renato Archer – Campinas/SP (http://www.ci-brasil.gov.br/index.php/pt/). Atualmente pertence ao PPGEL – Programa de Pos-Graduação em Engenharia Eletrica na Universidade Federal de Santa-Catarina como doutorando. É pesquisador junto ao Laboratório de Rádio Frequência (http://lrf.ufsc.br/) com ênfase em sistemas digitais, processamento de sinais.

Maicon Deivid Pereira


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After graduating in Electrical Engineering at the Federal University of Santa Catarina – UFSC in 2006, I received a master’s degree in Integrated Circuits and Systems from the same university in 2009. From 2009 to 2012 I worked with the Centro de Tecnologia da Informação Renato Archer (Center for Information Technology Renato Archer) as an analog/radio-frequency IC designer. Now I’m a PhD student with the Radio Frequency Research Group at UFSC. My thesis theme is related to ultra low power and high efficiency transceivers for body area networks. With that in mind, I’m focusing in Human Body Communication (HBC), also know as BCC, performing channel measurements, modeling and transceiver design. In general my interest fields are integrated CMOS analog/RF electronics and wireless communication systems.

Paulo Marcio Moreira e Silva

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Received his B.Eng. degree in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering from PUC­MINAS in 2007 and obtained a M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from UFSC in 2012. During his master period, Paulo gained experience in the design and characterization of RF integrated circuits, specially low noise amplifiers operating at 2.4 GHz. Currently, he is a PhD candidate and his thesis theme is related with self testing of integrated systems, with focus on communication circuits that use LC networks. His main interests are in analog and RF communication circuits and in built-­in self test of radio frequency systems.

Heron Eduardo de Lima Ávila

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Received my B.Eng. degree in Automation and Control Engineering at the University College Assis Gurgacz (2010), and obtained my M.Sc. degree in System and Automation Engineering at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (2013). During the master period, I contributed to the development of an electromagnetic sensor for multi phase flow measurement in the oil and gas instrumentation area. I am currently studying my PhD in the Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Research Group, on the Radiofrequency Laboratory at the university. My main interest fields are related to oil and gas instrumentation and RF circuits.

Arturo Fajardo Jaimes

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Arturo  Fajardo  Jaimes (S04-M11)  was  born  in  Bogotá, Colombia.  He  received  the  B.S.  degree  (honors) in Electronic  Engineering  and  the  M.S.  degree  (honors)  in Electronics with an emphasis on power electronics from the Pontificia  Universidad  Javeriana,  Colombia,  in  2002  and 2008, respectively. He is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering at the Universidade Federal de  Santa  Catarina.  While  working  toward  the  B.S.  he receives  the  Scholarship  for  Academic  Excellence  Lucent Technologies,  Currently,  Mr.  Fajardo  is  the  recipient  of  the  COLCIENCIAS (Bicentennial  Generation  Program)  Funding  for  Ph.D  Program  in  the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Since 2006, he has been a Professor in Electronic Department with the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. His research area is on power efficient RF circuits for wireless communications and body area networks. He is currently involved in highly efficient CMOS power oscillators. In general their interest fields are integrated CMOS analog/RF/power electronics and wireless communication systems.

Roddy Alexander Romero Antayhua

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Graduated in Electronic Engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (2008) and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (2012). He has worked as a integrated circuits designer with analog and mixed-signal design emphasis.  He is currently in the PhD program at UFSC at LRF and in collaboration with LAMATE (Electrical Materials Laboratory). His research subjects are chipless sensing tags and printed electronics for developing low-cost wireless sensors.

Carlyle Câmara Santos Júnior

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 Obteve o grau de bacharel em Engenharia Elétrica pela UFRN em 2011 e o de mestre em Engenharia Elétrica pela UFSC em 2014. Durante a graduação e o mestrado, atuou em projetos de pesquisa para concepção de circuitos integrados analógicos e de RF. Atualmente, cursa o doutorado em Engenharia Elétrica na UFSC, na área de Tratamento de Informação (subárea Circuitos e Sistemas Integrados), e faz parte do Grupo de Pesquisa em Circuitos Integrados de Radiofrequência da UFSC (GRF/UFSC).

MSc. Students

Rafael Licursi

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Rafael Licursi is working on  SDR Radar Technologies.

Rodrigo Eduardo Rottava


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Rodrigo Eduardo Rottava received the B.Eng. degree in electronic engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in 2015, with a one­ year exchange program in The University of Melbourne in 2013. He is currently working towards a master degree in electrical engineering from the same institution, and he is also an IC designer on LSITEC. During the five years of undergraduate studies he contributed in several researches in the analog/RF electronics and IC design areas. Some of his past works are related to super regenerative reception, low­voltage and low­power oscillators and automatic LC network tuning. His current research is in RF backscattering, and he is wondering about the limitations of wireless battery­less tags for large distance communication.

Mateus Bernardino Moreira


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I graduated as an electronic engineer at the Feevale University from Novo Hamburgo­-RS. Currently I am pursuing a master degree in electrical engineering with emphasis in RF integrated­ circuit and Microwave design. From 2012 to early of 2015, I worked in Floripa-­DH as an analog/radio­frequency IC ­Designer. I have experience in RF and Microwave circuit design. I am currently involved in the development of an RFID reader for implantable tags. My main interests are: electric/microelectronic researching, development and design of analog and RF integrated circuits, and design of microwave circuits.