Prof. Dr. Dayan Adionel Guimarães

  • Education: Post-doctorate internship on Convex Optimization applied to Telecommunications – Communications Research Group, Federal University of Santa Catarina, GPqCom UFSC (2010). Doctor in Electrical Engineering in the areas of Telecommunications and Telematics - State University of Campinas - Unicamp (2003). Master in Electrical Engineering in the areas of Telecommunications and Telematics - Unicamp (1998). Specialization (lato-sensu) in Data Communications Engineering - National Institute of Telecommunications - Inatel (1996). Specialization (lato-sensu) in Administration with emphasis in Human Resources Management - School of Administration and Informatics - FAI (1996). Electrical Engineer - Inatel (1994). Electronics Technician - Technical School of Electronics "FMC" - ETE (1987).
  • Professor and Researcher, with Inatel for more than 25 years (since 02/01/1995). He is currently a Full Professor (40 hours a week), working in disciplines of the Undergraduate courses in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications Engineering, and the Master and Doctorate courses in Telecommunications. Researcher in the areas of digital transmission, mobile communications, spectrum sensing in cognitive radio systems, convex optimization applied to telecommunications. Researcher of Inatel's CRR Project (Reference Center in Radiocommunications).
  • Former member of the Inatel's Masters Course Council, the Editorial Board of the Telecommunications magazine, the IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers), and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
  • Affiliated to the Brazilian Telecommunications Society, SBrT.
  • Test of English for International Communications (TOEIC) made in January 2008: 840 points out of 990.
  • He lectured for the undergraduate courses in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications of Inatel in the subjects: Probability, Statistics and Stochastic Processes, Mobile Communications, Digital Communications, Spread Spectrum, Digital Signal Processing, Industrial Electronics Laboratory, Digital Communications Laboratory, Cellular Telephony and WLL (Wireless Local Loop).
  • Former lecturer in the disciplines Digital Communications I and II that were part of the Specialization (lato-sensu) course in Networking and Telecommunications Systems Engineering at Inatel. Former professor of subjects related to Mobile Communications and Digital Communications in the Technology Training Program (PCT) of Motorola Brazil, and in the Specialization (lato-sensu) course in Digital TV and Telecommunication Networks and Systems Engineering, Inatel.
  • In the stricto-sensu (Master and Doctorate) graduate courses in Telecommunications he teaches, in different moments, the disciplines: Convex Optimization, Stochastic Processes, Digital Transmission, Simulation of Communication Systems and Spectrum Sensing.
  • Since August 2004, he has graduated 27 Master students, now co-advising 1 doctorate student.
  • Still referring to his experience with Inatel, he was a member of the council responsible for defining strategies for updating and modernizing the Center for Scientific and Technological Information (CICT). He was also coordinator and creator member of CICT. He had an active participation in consulting service regarding the technological and market aspects of WLL in Latin America. Former member of Inatel's Engineering Teaching Studies Group (GEEE). Former member of the MI-SBTVD project team, the innovative channel modulation and coding subsystem of the Brazilian Digital TV System (SBTVD), regarding the invitation letter FINEP RFP 18/2004. From 1995 to 2002 he was responsible for the laboratories that support the practical teaching activities of the Inatel Electrical Engineering course. Previously he worked in the development of sensors and equipment for instrumentation and control, and as Production Supervisor and Product Engineering Supervisor at SENSE Sensors and Instruments, from 1988 to 1993.
  • Experiences abroad: USA, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, France, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
  • Reviewer for the IEEE WCNC, IEEE VTC, IMOC, IEEE LATINCOM, IEEE Globecom, PIMRC, Brazilian Symposium on Telecommunications (SBrT), International Telecommunications Symposium (ITS), International Workshop on Telecommunications (IWT). Regular Reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Communications Letters, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, Sensors, Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks, Journal of Communication and Information Systems, Computer Networks (Elsevier), IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, IEEE Access, IET Electronics Letters, IET Communications.
  • Session Chair in the IWT2007 and IWT2011, Session Chair in the SBrT2012, SBrT2013 and SBrT2015, Session Chair in the ITS2014, member of TPC and organizing committee of the IWT2015, TPC member of the SBrT2015, Globecom 2019 and PIMRC 2019, TPC member of the SBrT2016, SBrT2017, SBrT2018. Member of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Cognitive Networks.
  • Advisor to FINEP (Funding of Studies and Projects) in 2006. Ad-hoc Advisor to FAPESP (Foundation for Research Support of the State of São Paulo) in 2007. Project evaluator for FACEPE (Foundation for Science and Technology of the state of Pernambuco) in 2017.
  • Author of the book Digital Transmission: A Simulation-Aided Introduction with VisSim / Comm. ISBN: 978-3-642-01358-4. Berlin-Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag, Inc., 2009.
  • Co-author of the book Digital Transmission - Principles and Applications (in Portuguese). ISBN: 978-85-365-0439-1. São Paulo, Brazil: Érica Publishing House, 2012 (2nd Edition published in 2014).
  • Co-author of Chapter 8 of the book Vehicular Technologies - Deployment and Applications, ISBN 978-953-51-0992-1. Intech 2013.
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