Carlos Eduardo Maduro de Campos
  • Virtual meeting room on the conferênciaweb

    Publicado em 29/07/2020 às 05:16 PM

    Communication channel created: virtual room in the web conference communication system of the National Research Network (RNP). Meetings can be scheduled by email carlos.campos@ufsc.br.

    https://conferenciaweb.rnp.br/webconf/pesquisa-cientifica-lscnm-ufsc-orientacoes 

     


  • VAGA para participar do PIBIC 2021-22 (scholarship announce)

    Publicado em 28/12/2021 às 12:41 PM

    Projeto de Pesquisa visa dar os primeiros passos no uso de técnicas Físicas experimentais, tais como a Difração de Raios X de Policristais (DRXP), Espectroscopia Raman (ER), na caracterização das propriedades físicas de nanomateriais produzidos por mecanoquímica.

    Veja as instalações multiusuário disponíveis para desenvolver as atividades nesse projeto: LSCnMLDRX, LabCAMLCME e até mesmo o LNLS/CNPEM. Cinco bolsistas de IC já foram realizar experimentos no antigo acelerador do LNLS (UVX, propostas aprovas para uso das linhas de luz DXAS, XDS, XDR1).

    Gostou?

    Envie uma mensagem para carlos.campos@ufsc.br  com anexos: 1) seu histórico escolar UFSC e 2) Grade de horários no semestre atual
    Aproveite a mensagem para tirar suas dúvidas e pedir mais informações, mas antes leia Edital com informações sobre o PIBIC-UFSC ciclo 2021-2022 em http://pibic.propesq.ufsc.br/files/2021/08/Edital-PIBIC-2021-2022_Retificado_16-08.pdf  . Visite também o site do gestor do PIBIC em  http://pibic.propesq.ufsc.br/

  • Impact of Research done in the LSCnM

    Publicado em 29/09/2021 às 03:04 PM

    Review article in a high impact factor journal (Chemical Society Reviews) on the use of mechanochemical methods to study their reactivity in the production of organometallic nanoparticles cited 4 scientific articles with research done at LSCnM of the UFSC Department of Physics. PPGFSC students at UFSC were at the forefront of all publications. The review article compiles the recent literature on the use of mechanochemical methods in the production of nanoparticles to organometallics. Also, present an overview of mechanochemical reactivity that complements recent developments in organic synthesis and catalysis

    “Mechanochemistry by grinding, grinding, extrusion or other types of mechanical shear and repair has new reactivity for a wide range of reactions not seen in traditional solution-based environments.”

    Read the review article on integration by clicking here.


  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2 (TWO) SCHOLARSHIPS PIBIC 2021-22

    Publicado em 22/07/2021 às 10:50 AM
    WHAT ABOUT LEARNING TO PRODUCE NANOMATERIALS USING MECHANICAL ENERGY AND CHARACTERIZE THEM USING X-RAYS, ELECTRONS, LASER AND MANY COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS?
    Research Project aims to train human resources specialized in the use of experimental Physics techniques, such as Polycrystals X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), Raman Spectroscopy (ER), in the characterization of the physical properties of nanomaterials and organic crystals produced by various methods of synthesis, especially mechanochemistry. See the multi-user facilities available to develop the activities in this project: LabCAMLCMELDRX and LNLS/CNPEM . Five IC students have already been carrying out experiments in the old LNLS accelerator (UVX, approved proposals for the use of beamlines DXAS, XDS, XDR1).
    Contact: carlos.campos@ufsc.br
    –The scholarship holder must be indicated by the 25/08/2021 for entry on the 1st payroll (for September and credited in October).

  • Marcelo wins “ROBERT L. SNYDER STUDENT AWARD” for the second time!

    Publicado em 15/07/2021 às 12:50 PM

    Master’s student at PPGFSC-UFSC, Marcelo Augusto Malagutti, was awarded for the second consecutive time with the “ROBERT L. SNYDER STUDENT AWARD” award and will present work orally at the Denver X-ray Conference, which will take place between August 2nd and 6th 2021, virtually this year due to the pandemic.

    Discente do PPGFSC, Marcelo Augusto Malagutti

    The work entitled “Structural and Microstructural X-Ray Diffraction Analysis of the β-CoTe Nanophase Synthesized by Mechanochemistry: Anisotropic Size and Microstrain Modeling” (D-21 of the  General XRD session) is a compilation of the 1st article published by the student in co-authorship with Prof Carlos EM Campos (advisor), the newly graduated doctor from PPGFSC-UFSC, Kelli de Fátima Ulbrich, in close cooperation with researchers Julian Geshev and Vagner Zeizer Carvalho Paes, from the Physics Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. The student will present recent results of his studies on the microstructure of nanocrystalline materials produced by him using more sophisticated mathematical models to explain experimental data from their samples analyzed in various X-Ray diffraction laboratories (including the LDRX-UFSC,  (including synchrotron light sources such as LNLS e SLS).

    Parabéns Marcelo!


  • OPORTUNIDADE DE BOLSA PIBIC 2020-21

    Publicado em 08/09/2020 às 10:34 AM
    Projeto de Pesquisa visa formar recursos humanos especializados no uso de técnicas experimentais, tais como a Difração de Raios X de Policristais (DRXP), Espectroscopia Raman (ER) na caracterização das propriedades físicas de nanomateriais e cristais orgânicos produzidos por diversos métodos de síntese.
    Contato: carlos.campos@ufsc.br
    Destacamos que os proponentes contemplados com bolsa terão até o dia 15/09/2020 para indicar estudantes com o currículo Lattes atualizado e enviado ao CNPqconta corrente própria no Banco do Brasil, além dos demais requisitos descritos em edital, para garantia de entrada na folha de pagamento de setembro.
    Informações adicionais continuarão a ser postadas em nossa página.

  • Master student at PPGFSC receives award at International Conference

    Publicado em 20/07/2020 às 10:47 AM

    PPGFSC-UFSC master student, Marcelo Augusto Malagutti, was awarded the”ROBERT L. SNYDER STUDENT AWARD” and will present an oral presentation at the renowned international conference on X-ray diffraction, Denver X-ray Conference, which will take place between 03 and 07 August 2020, virtually this year due to the pandemic.

    Marcelo Augusto Malagutti (jul2020);

    The work entitled “Challenges on the Microstructural Characterization of Nanocrystalline Alloys Produced by Mechanochemistry” (D-84 da sessão Rietveld)  has been developed at the Physics Department at UFSC under the guidance of Prof Carlos EM Campos in close cooperation with Italian researchers from the ToScaLab group from “Universitá Degli Studi Dell’Insubria (UNINSUBRIA)” and the “Institute of Crystallography of the Italian (CNR)”.  The student has had the opportunity to learn about the Total Scattering method with experimental data from his samples analyzed in several X-ray diffraction laboratories (including LDRX-UFSC,   synchrotron light sources such as LNLS and SLS).  It is worth mentioning that this partnership was formalized through an international agreement between UFSC and the Italian university.


  • Applications of nanophases produced by mechanochemistry

    Publicado em 29/06/2020 às 02:18 PM

    Partnership with researchers from the Chemistry Department at UFSC provides new horizons for the application of nanocrystalline materials produced at LSCnM.


    Green and facile solvent-free synthesis of NiTe2 nanocrystalline material applied to voltammetric determination of antioxidant morin

    NiS2-NiS nanocrystalline composite synthesized by mechanochemistry and its performance for methylene blue dye adsorption


  • To.Sca.Lat. – 1.0 (from 10th to 14th December 2018)

    Publicado em 14/11/2017 às 11:46 AM

    Dear reader, it is with pleasure that I announce, and invite you to attend, the To.Sca.Lat.-1.0: The Latin America Summer School on Crystallography, Diffraction and Total Scattering Analysis for Advanced Materials and NanoScience, to be held in the Vila Fátima at Florianópolis from 10th to 14th December 2018 (complete schedule at event website.)

    REGISTRATIONS OPEN up to November 10th – click hereLimited Positions. Information about R$60,00 Fee will be send by email after your registration be confirmed.

    A few more reasons to attend the event:
    • Temporary TOPAS licenses (Windows only) for Hands-on using YOUR OWN COMPUTER during the event. Offer from the Bruker Office in Germany.
    • Registration fee of  R$ 60,00 (approximately 15 dollars);
    • Opportunity to present short Oral communication (of about 10 minutes) and get certified for it;
    • Possibility of obtaining ICDD and AICr grant for lodging of young attends; Interested parts need to seek financing to purchase tickets in advance. Prices of flights for December are usually higher due to the high summer season.
    • Tourism in Florianópolis (guiafloripaofficial site tourism sc);

  • ECRISLA 2015 registration open until November 5

    Publicado em 16/09/2015 às 01:48 PM

    Visit the website of the event  http://ecrisla2015.paginas.ufsc.br/  and join us