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Professor at Câmpus Guarulhos teaches class at an international event

IFSP was represented at the largest and most important Latin American Congress on Free Software and Open Technologies in Latin America

  • Published: Friday 29 November 2019, 17h58
  • Last updated on Friday, 29 November 2019, 18h17

At LatinoWare, held this week in Foz do Iguaçu / PR, Professor Rogério Daniel Dantas, from Câmpus Guarulhos, taught a beginner Arduino short course with the main characteristics of the C language, for project development using the platform to facilitate learning using a Shield EDU-IFSP board.


LatinoWare, created in 2004 by Itaipu Binacional and Itaipu Technological Park (PTI), provides moments of debate and exchange of knowledge about the evolution of open technologies and their applications with a diverse audience, formed by members of the community, users, developers , students, researchers and government and private sector representatives. In three days of the event, the public can check an intense program of lectures, workshops, technical sessions and success stories, which are presented by specialists and representatives of public and private bodies from different countries in Latin America.


Graduated in Technology in Industrial Mechatronics from the Faculty of Thermomechanical Technology and with a master's degree in Information Engineering from the Federal University of ABC, currently, Dantas is a teaching, basic, technical and technological professor at the Federal Institute of São Paulo. Has experience in the area of ​​Robotics, Mechatronics and Automation, with an emphasis on Robotics, Mechatronics and Automation, acting mainly on the following topics: PCA, Anova, information selection, mammograms, data acquisition, diagnostics, mammography and pressure ulcer. “The objective of the mini-course was to demonstrate that it is possible to explore an enormous amount of C language features and functions, demonstrating to the participants how easy it is to program an Arduino when you have a Shield”, he explained.

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