Eduardo Camponogara received a Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2000. He is a professor in the Automation and Systems Engineering Department, where he is performing research in mathematical optimization, distributed control and their applications in energy, oil production, and transportation systems.
CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS
- Caio Giuliani, Ph.D. student, research topic on derivative-free distributed optimization and control algorithms.
- Leonardo Salsano de Assis, Ph.D. student, research topic on optimization frameworks for crude oil offloading from floating platforms, blending, and distribution.
- Marco Aurélio Schmitz de Aguiar, Ph.D. student, research topic on distributed optimal control.
- Thiago Lima Silva, Ph.D. student, research topic on models and algorithms for short- and medium-term optimization of oil production systems.
- Ricardo Santos da Silva, Master’s student, research topic on distributed dual algorithms for model predictive control.
- Bruno Eduardo Benetti, Master’s student, research topic on practical satisfacing MPC control and applications.
CURRENT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
- Angelo Frigeri de Araujo, research topic on distributed optimal control applied to traffic and transportation systems.
- Willian Galvani, research topic on derivative free algorithms for simulator tunning and optimization.
- Jean Jordanou, research topic on echo state network for online control.
- “Production optimization of offshore multi-reservoir oilfields: challenges, research and development,” FINEP, Rio de Janeiro, March 2016.
- “Distributed optimal control: algorithms and applications,” Brazil-Sweden Excellence Seminar, Brasilia, May 2016.
- “An integrated methodology for production optimization from multiple offshore reservoirs in the Santos Basin,” NTNU, Norway, October 2016.