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The expertise in STEM and related areas offered by the university sector in Australia is extraordinary and is a first step for those looking to engage on a vibrant environment focused on innovation and business.
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Professor Paulo de Souza’s research interests lie in the area of micro-sensing; he explores applications of his instruments across different fields of science and in industry, including mining, space, and ICT. He contributed to the design, production, deployment, and operation of a sensor used by NASA on board two rovers on Mars.
He serves as editorial board member of several interdisciplinary and ICT journals and is a reviewer of several research funding programs in Australia and abroad. He has extensive international hands-on experience in industrial research, consultancy, government agencies, and academia.
Paulo is an experienced postgraduate and early career researcher supervisor. He is co-author of several books and international patents, and of over 200 peer-review publications including several articles in the prestigious journals Science and Nature.
He is also co-author of a series of articles identified as the “Breakthrough of the Year” by Science Magazine and has received several international awards for his service to science particularly in the ICT sector.