Cláudio Freitas

Cláudio Freitas

Research Assistant, DeBoer Lab, Purdue University

Claudio has a Bachelor’s degree in Control Engineering from the Higher Education Institute of Amazonia and a Master’s in Electrical Engineering from the University of Campinas. Claudio spent over three years working in the automotive industry with embedded systems. There he developed real-time multi-processor coding and test scripts, and assisted in methodologies for analysis of powertrain systems and electronic engine units, among other projects. From these experiences, Claudio realized the importance of using his engineering skills towards social development. He subsequently entered into the School of Engineering Education’s Graduate Program at the Purdue University in 2016. Claudio works for various projects related to interdisciplinary content, curriculum design, and online instruction for engineering education. For this, he is developing educational kits focused on advancing real-world solutions for social problems at refugee camps in Jordan and Kenya

Plenary Panel P15 – Transgenerational Discussions

The intergenerational panel at the WEEF serves as a platform to increase dialog between stakeholders from the academic community, corporate organizations, and students. With the aim of increasing constructive communication across generations, this session sets the stage for intergenerational discussions where all voices are heard, and interactions lead to ideas for initiative and change.

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Smart Cities and Peace Engineering

In this workshop, we will discuss to what extent engineers can help to shape the world and future cities so that communication systems, internet of things systems, big data, air quality, water, energy, health, food security, and other critical issues can help humankind to manage assets and resources efficiently to support +9 billion people in […]

WEEF-GEDC Workshops
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