Sergio Pertuz received his PhD (2021) and M.Sc. (2017) in Mechatronic Systems from the University of Brasilia. Before joining the Chair of Adaptive Dynamic Systems (ADS) as a postdoctoral researcher (2020), Sergio was a full-time teacher at the University of Brasilia (2019-2020) and an appraiser for innovation projects at the FINATEC Foundation. For his Master’s and PhD, he was granted full CAPES/CNPq scholarships. He has experience in digital circuit prototyping using reconfigurable architectures, hardware/software co-design, signal processing, and AI (ANN and swarm intelligence) applied to automation and robotics applications.
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What is your research interest?
Embedded Systesms, FPGA-SoC based accelerator for robotic applications, Mobile Robots, Low power platforms, ROS2.
What motivated you to do what you do today?
I really like seeing the creations I do working.
What do you find particularly interesting about CeTI?
The interdiciplinary aspect is my favorite together with the excellent possibility to network with world-class researchers in any current high tech area.
How do you spend your free time?
Playing ukelele, learning cavaco, figure inline skating, camping, dancing.