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National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
National Institute of Surface Engineering - 2009-2010
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Apresentação do Instituto Nacional de Engenharia de Superfícies no evento de avaliação do Programa INCTs, realizado em Brasília nos dias 23 e 24 de novembro de 2010. Prof. Fernando Lázaro Freire …

Apresentação do Instituto Nacional de Engenharia de Superfícies no evento de avaliação do Programa INCTs, realizado em Brasília nos dias 23 e 24 de novembro de 2010. Prof. Fernando Lázaro Freire Junior (coordenador do Instituto Nacional de Engenharia de Superfícies).

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  • 1. Fernando Lázaro Freire JuniorPontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, PUC-Rio
  • 2. OverviewThe National Institute of Surface Engineering1) Research2) Human resources3) Difusion of Knowledge4) Transfer of knowledge to the industrial sector
  • 3. The InstituteThe starting point: 1987 – CNPq individual grants to support scientific collaboration between point: PUC-Rio (Van de Graaff Laboratory) and UFRGS (Ion Implantation Laboratory). 2001 -First PROCAD (CAPES) grant joint the two teams and maintain the collaboration, now also involving one group from UNICAMP. 2002 - CNPq network on Nanomaterials: coordinator Prof. Israel Baumvol Besides the groups at PUC-Rio, UNICAMP and UFRGS, others groups were involved in the network: INPE and UFF.
  • 4. 2005 – CNPq/MCT Network Rede Brasil Nano: Nanostructured Coatings : coordinator Prof. Fernando Lázaro From 2000 to 2009: more than 50 joint international publications exchange of students and pos-docs pos- interaction with industries2009 – INCT National Institute of Science and Technology: Surface Enginnering
  • 5. Coordinator:Coordinator: Fernando Lázaro Freire Junior (PUC-Rio)Executive Board: Board: Israel J. R. Baumvol (UCS)Lívio Amaral (UFRGS) → Director of graduate programs evaluation/CAPESFrancisco Marques (UNICAMP)Amilton Sinatora (USP)Clodomiro Alves (UFRN)Vladimir Jesus Trava-Airoldi (INPE)Carlos Figueroa (UCS)
  • 6. Coordinator: Coordinator: Fernando Lázaro Freire Junior (PUC-Rio) Executive Board: Board: Israel J. R. Baumvol (UCS) Pedro Grande (UFRGS) Francisco Marques (UNICAMP) Amilton Sinatora (USP) Clodomiro Alves (UFRN) Vladimir Jesus Trava-Airoldi (INPE) Carlos Figueroa (UCS)two presential meetings: Porto Alegre, May 2009 and Ouro Preto, October 2010many discussions using internet
  • 7. Laboratories and main researchers Nanostructured Materials and Coatings Laboratory/Physics Department/PUC-Rio: Department/PUC- Fernando Lázaro Freire Jr. Carlos Manuel Sanchez Tasayco Thin Films Laboratory /Institute of Physics/UFF: Dante Franceschini Materials and Sensors Laboratory/INPE: Vladimir Jesus Trava-Airoldi Surface Phenomena Laboratory/Department of Mechanical Engineering /USP: Laboratory/ Engineering/USP: Amilton Sinatora Roberto Martins de Souza Photovoltaic Research Laboratory/Institute of Physics/UNICAMP: Francisco Marques Thermo Mechanical Treatments Laboratory/Department of Materials/UNICAMP: Laboratory/Department Materials/ Paulo Roberto Mei
  • 8. Ion Implantation Laboratory/Institute of Physics/UFRGS:Pedro GrandeLivio AmaralGabriel Vieira SoaresFernando C. ZawislakPaulo Fernando FichtnerJohnny Ferraz DiasLaboratory of Solid Surfaces and Interfaces/Institute of Physics/UFRGS: Interfaces/Cristiano KrugDaniel Eduardo WeibelNanofabrication Laboratory Institute of Physics/UFRGS :Marcos Z. VasconcellosZiegler-Ziegler-Natta Catalysis Laboratory/Institute of Chemistry/UFRGS : Laboratory/João H. Zimnoch dos SantosPhysical Metallurgy Laboratory/Department of Metallurgy Engineering /UFRGS: Laboratory/Department Engineering/UFRGS:Carlos Fortis Kwietniewski
  • 9. Surface Engineering Laboratory/Materials Program/UCS:Carlos FigueroaIsrael J. R. BaumvolCláudio PerottoniPolymeric Materials Laboratory/Chemistry Department/UFSC:Valdir SoldiPlasma Processing Laboratory/ Department of Mechanical Engineering /UFRN: Laboratory/ Engineering/UFRN:Clodomiro Alves Jr.Emerging Groups: Groups:Thin Films Laboratory/Physics Department/UDECS-Joinville: Department/UDECS-Julio PurezaMonica de Mesquita LacerdaMaterials Laboratory/Materials Program/University Feevale - Novo Hamburgo: Laboratory/MaterialsClaudia Trindade Oliveira
  • 10. New members: members:Surface Engineering Laboratory/Department of Mechanical Engineering /UFPR: Laboratory/ Engineering/UFPR:Ana Sofia C.M. de OliveiraSurfaces and Thin Films Laboratory/Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering /UFRJ: Laboratory/ Engineering/UFRJ:Sérgio de Souza Camargo Jr.
  • 11. Objectives: Objectives:The main objectives of the National Institute of Surface Engineering (INES) are:- investigation of physical-chemical interactions of solid surfaces and interfaces: physical-1) Synthesis of thin films and interfaces by chemical and physical methods for application in industrial productive system.2) Investigation of properties of funcionalized solid surfaces and interfaces.3) Development of specific metrology of near surface regions.- applications of surface engineering and transfer of this knowledge to the industrialproductive system and to society.- formation of high level human resources in surface engineering.
  • 12. Goals Short and medium terms goals (2009-2011): - to create a interative forum in the web. - to organize na international symposium on Surface Engineering in 2009.√ - to participate in the activities of the National Week of S&T. - to propose a Interinstitutional Program of Professionalizing Masters in Surface Engineering. - to produce scientific knowledge relevant to the concerned area: -2 papers/main researcher/per year.√ - to form graduate human resources. - to produce patents (2 per year). - to use human resources and innovative discoveries to stimulate new companies of technological basis.√ - to develop products and process for industries: automotive, gas & oil, metal-mechanic, microelectronics (CEITEC S.A.), etc. - organization of open lab days for high school students.√ - organization of workshops for managers, engineers and technician from industries.
  • 13. 1) ResearchScientific production: production: Publications in international indexed journals: 91 journals: Book Chapters: 1 international and 1 national Communications presented in International Conferences: 30 Conferences: Software: 1 Patents: 1 international and 3 deposited at INPI 24 principal investigatorsA complete list of publications can be found in the printed version of our annual report.
  • 14. Nanotechnology: Nanotechnology: MW carbon nanotubes grown by spray pyrolysis decorated with nanoparticles (Ni, Co or Ag) TEM HREM silver nanoparticleswork performed at PUC-Rio – Mat Chem Phys (submitted)
  • 15. Characterization of nanoparticles through medium-energy ion scattering (MEIS): We followed a quite general approach, where any nanoparticle geometry, inclusions, porous, inhomogeneities, and their corresponding areal and size distributions are accounted for. To this end, we use the Monte Carlo method for the 3D-spacial integrations and determine the incoming- and outgoing-projectile paths numerically from the incident and scattering angles. gold nanoparticles adsorbed on a multilayered film of weak polyelectrolytework performed at IF/UFRGS - JAP 106 (2009) 1 100 H+ keV MEIS experiment and simulation
  • 16. KRISS (Korea Research Institute of Standard and Science), South Korea,implanted in May 2010, under the supervision of a brazilian researcher, thesoftware developed at Porto Alegre for MEIS characterization of nanostructures. Cooperative research involving the groups at PUC-Rio and UFRGS: MEIS analysis of nanotubes decorated with metallic nanoparticles
  • 17. Silica-based solid sensors prepared by the sol-gel methodDevelopment of solid pH sensors with potential application in the fabrication of intelligentplastics, i.e., packing plastics which may change color in the case of degradation of the food bythe alteration of pH or evolving of amines. Incorporated content, visual color change and response time to ammonia gas for the synthesized solid sensors. RA = acid route; RNVA = non-hydrolytic route; VA = alizarin red; AB = brilliant yellow; AC = acridine. work performed at IQ/UFRGS - Sensor & Actuators B: Chemical (2010) (in print).
  • 18. DLC coatings: coatings:INES groups at PUC-Rio, UNICAMP, UFF, UFRJ and INPE are international references in this PUC-Rio,subject:subject:basic research → transfer to the industry: products and processes industry:Joint publication: Institute of Physics UNICAMP/ Department of Physics/PUC-Rio: Viana GA (UNICAMP), MotttaEF(UNICAMP), CostaMEHM (PUC-Rio), Freire Jr. FL (PUC-Rio) and Marques, Francisco das Chagas (UNICAMP),“Diamond-like carbon deposited by plasma techniques as a function of methane”.Diamond and Related Materials, 19 (2010) 756. Bactericidal activity of DLC-TiO nanoparticles compositeswork performed at INPE - Thin Solid Films 517 (2009) 5739
  • 19. Plasma surface treatment: treatment: UFRGS, UCS, UFRN, UNICAMP and USP have research acitivities on this subjetc.Joint publication: Universidade of Caxias do Sul, Mechanical Engineering Department of USP andUNICAMP, Institute of Physics/UFRGS and Plasmar Tecnologia Ltda:M.V. Leite (USP), C.A. Figueroa (UCS), S. Corujeira Gallo (Plasmar), A.C. Rovani (UCS),R.L.O. Basso (UCS), P.R. Mei (UNICAMP), I.J.R. Baumvol (UFRGS, UCS),and A. Sinatora (USP),“Wear mechanisms and microstructure of pulsed plasma nitrided AISI H13 tool steel”Wear 269 (2010) 466.PROCAD: UFRGS and UFRN
  • 20. Effects of hydrogen on plasma oxidation of ferrous alloysPlasma nitriding followed by post-oxidation is a good candidate as replacement for chromiunelectroplating and salt and gas-oxidation techniques due to enviromental-frendly aspects and surafceproperties:- hard and wear resistance nitriding layer + corrosion resistant and low friction oxide outermost layer.- hematite free oxide layer, since it is porous and brittle. work performed at UCS – Scripta Materiallia 62 (2010) 863.
  • 21. 2) Formation of human resources: . 23 Doctors (PhD) . 21 Masters (Msc) . dozens of Iniciação Cientifica fellowsdegrees in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Science, Engineering, Engineering, Microelectronics, Microelectronics, Petroleum Engineering and Chemical Engineering. Engineering.A complete list of thesis and dissertations, can be found in the printed version of our annualreport.
  • 22. Fellows of INESAt the moment (CNPq): DT - 3 (Msc): 2 UCS, 1 UFRN and 1 USP (Msc): DT - 1 (pos-doc): 1 UNICAMP, 1 USP and 1 UFRGS (pos- Pos doc (PDJ): 1 UNICAMP and 1 UFRGS (PDJ): CAPES: 6 fellowships (Msc and PhD) How we selected the candidates? Call for proposals: The advisor must present: - CV Lattes of the candidate. - Research project ( only 2 pages). - fellowship level (DT-1, DT-2, DT-3 and PDJ). (DT- DT- DT- Selection of the candidates was made by the Executive Board Board.We have now the Call for 2011: names must be send until December 20
  • 23. Former students: students:Most of doctors stay in the Academy: Many new positions at traditional and new Universities in the last few years. (it is not easy to find a pos-doc)However, some students went to the industries that can be:large ones, like Petrobras and Braskemor small (spin-off): Plasmar Tecnologia (Caxias do Sul) and Clorovale DiamantesIndústria e Comércio S.A. (São José dos Campos)
  • 24. Transfer of knowledge to the industrial sectorShort courses and talks for surface engineering diffusion and training for human resources of the industry. Stand at Plastech industrial fair.
  • 25. Training/Industrial Sector:At USP, at the Surface Phenomena Laboratory, the Institute offered two short courses and oneworkshop:- Principles of Surface Texturing by Prof. Izhak Etsion (Technion), University of São Paulo.- Surface Finish Metrology, organized with the Center of Excelence of Taylor Hobson (UnitedKingdom),.- Tribological Challenges on the next generation of flex-fuel engined, at Mahle headquarters and atUSP.At UFRN, at Plasma Processing Laboratory, short courses on vacuum technology and surface Laboratory,engeneering with technicians and engineering as audience.
  • 26. 3) Transfer of knowledge to the society- Diffusion of knowledge to the public in general using the web: www.engenhariadesuperficies.com.br- Transfer of knowledge to the industrial sector.- Open lab days for high school students.- Participation in the activities of the National Week of Science and Technology.- Organization of scientific meeting in Brazil: Simposium at ICAM: “Protective Coatings: Surface Engineering” at the International Conference on Advanced Materials. September 2009, Rio de Janeiro. Chairs: Fernando Lázaro Freire Jr, Y.W. Chung and Israel Baumvol Brazil- Brazil-Argentina School on Nanostructured Coatings December 2009, Rio de Coatings, Janeiro. Organizer: Fenando Lázaro Freire Jr.
  • 27. Web: www.engenhariadesuperficies.com.brPapers and patents, technical presentations, blog, videos, photos.
  • 28. Web: how we reach the public Google search E-newsletter Twitter first in the ranking formonthly update weekly update “engenharia de superfícies” superfícies” 200 subscribers academy industry media
  • 29. 2 respostas a Significativas mudanças no relacionamento com empresas: anotações1. Evando Mirra disse:21/09/2010 às 11:18 pmCaro Amilton,Parabéns pelos comentários judiciosos e oportunos. Como você, sinto também que as coisas estão mudandosensivelmente e para melhor.É fato que existe um número cada vez maior de pessoas dedicadas à inovação nasempresas. Tenho participado frequentemente de bancas de doutorado em que um dos examinadores é pesquisadorda indústria, corroborando o que você comenta a respeito da qualificação desses profissionais.E concordoplenamente com o papel decisivo das instituições nessa nova cultura: é fundamental que espaços como o InstitutoNacional de Engenharia de Superfícies sejam acionados nesse esforço. Um grande abraço, EvandoResponder2. Giuseppe Pintaude disse:22/09/2010 às 11:11 pmAmilton,Recomendei seu texto no blog do PPGEM, após uma breve descrição de vivência recente no tema.Abraço, GiuseppeResponder
  • 30. Open lab days for high school students
  • 31. Organization of scientific meeting in Brazil:Symposium at the IX Brazil-MRS Annual Meeting, Ouro Preto, october 2010: ,Protective Coatings: Surface Engineering, Chairs: Fernando Lázaro Freire Jr and Carlos Coatings: Engineering,FigueroaVII Brazilian-German Workshop on Applied Surface Science, Buzios, April 2011, Brazilian- Science, Buzios,Chairs: Fernando Lázaro Freire Jr.20th International Conference on Ion Beam Analysis, Itapema, April 2011, Chairs: Analysis, Chairs:Pedro Grande e Fernanda Stedile. Stedile.
  • 32. 4) Transfer of knowledge to the industrial sector ABC/São José/Campinas Petrobras Caxias do Sul Joinville
  • 33. Contracts with Petrobras:PUC-Rio and UFRJ: Nanostructured Coatings (Network on Nanotecnology)UFF: Characterization Center (Network on Corrosion)UFRGS: Nanoparticles (Network on Nanotecnology)R&D activities with Braskem (UFRGS), Frasle (UFRGS), Nanovetores (UFSC), Clorovale Diamantes (INPE) and Villares (USP). 3 deposited in INPI: 1 UCS and 2 INPE
  • 34. Spin-off company on plasma surface engineering: Plasmar Tecnologia (Caxias do Sul).
  • 35. Some actions for 2011Workshop on surface engineering at Vale (Tribology in the mining and mineralprocessing industries), February 2011.3 short courses for human resources training on surface engineering at Simecs(Federation of the Metalworking Industries of Caxias do Sul) May, June and October Federation Sul)2011.
  • 36. The National Institute of Surface Engineering1) Research2) Human resources3) Difusion of Knowledge4) Transfer of knowledge to the industrial sector
  • 37. Thank you for your attention

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