Undergrad in Computer Engineering at UFSM since 2013. Currently the Lead Programmer at Taura Bots, competitive robotics team at UFSM, and member of the research group TAURA – (Grupo de Pesquisa em Tecnologia em Automação e Robótica Aplicada). One of the founders of the RAS-UFSM Chapter in 2017. Main research interests are Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Computer Vision and Robotics in general.
Undergrad in Computer Engineering at UFSM since 2013. He was Manager of External Activities at i9 Entrepreneurship League in 2017. One of the founders of the RAS-UFSM Chapter in 2017. Main interests include Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Entrepreneurship and Project Management. Also a member of the competition team Taura Bots and research group TAURA.
Undergrad in Electrical Engineering at UFSM since 2014. Currently performing scientific initiation at the research group GMICRO. One of the founders of the RAS-UFSM Chapter in 2017. Areas of work include sensor networks, telecommunications and automation.
Undergrad in Automation and Control Engineering at UFSM. RAS-UFSM member since October of 2017. Currently member of the Taura Bots, and former member of Carancho Aerodesign group. Took part in robotics competitions since elementary and high school.
Prof. Rodrigo da Silva Guerra, PhD
Associate Professor of Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil. Chair of the South Section of the Brazilian RAS Chapter – Professional Branch.
Bachelor’s at Automation and Control Engineering from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (2001).
Master’s at Electrical Engineering in Computational Vision from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (2004). Docotorate in Adaptable Machine Systems from Osaka University, Japan (2008). PhD in Robotics from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (2012).
Advises the Automation and Applied Robotics Technology (TAuRA Bots) team.
He works on robot related subjects, such as machine learning and computer vision, and collaborates on various projects related to robotics, such as telepresence robots, robot soccer, humanitarian robotics and educational robotics.