Teodiano Freire

Professor at the Federal University of the Holy Spirit (Vitoria, Brazil)

Teodiano Freire Bastos has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the “Federal University of Espírito Santo”, Vitoria, Brazil (1987), Specialist in Automation / Robotics from the Industrial Automation Institute (IAI) of the CSIC, Madrid, Spain (1989) , is a Doctor in Physical Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain (1994), and did two post-doctorates, one at the University of Alcalá (Spain, 2005) and another at the RMIT University (Australia, 2012).
He is currently a Professor at the Federal University of Espírito Santo (Vitoria, Brazil) and a national researcher at the CNPq. His experience is in the area of ​​Electrical Engineering with an emphasis on measurement and control systems with application to mobile robots, industrial robots, rehabilitation robotics, assistive technologies, as well as in the processing of biomedical signals (sEMG, EOG, ECG and EEG).
He has organized 15 national and international conferences (CBEB2020, IWAT2019, CBA2016, IWAT2015, ISSNIP2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010, IWSSIP2010, BIODEVICES2010, 2009 and 2008, and IBERDISCAP2006, 2003), is a reviewer of several scientific journals (JMBE, JNER , Robotica, RAS, Sensors, Muscle & Nerve, etc), and conferences (IEEE, ISSNIP / BRC, ICRA, Biodevices, etc), and has published more than 700 scientific papers: 128 articles in national and international scientific journals (IEEE, Sensors and Actuators, Sensor Review, Control Engineering Practice, Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering, etc.), 576 papers in national and international conferences (IEEE, IFAC, etc.), 4 international scientific books (English and Spanish), 1 book national scientist, 9 conference books and 52 book chapters. In addition, he owns one international patent and six national invention patents, and has developed 18 products / processes without patent registration.

He has already directed 6 post-doctoral students, 35 doctoral theses, 54 masters, 49 undergraduate and 50 Scientific Initiation works, and currently directs 11 doctoral theses and 9 masters.