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Ricardo César Gonçalves Sant'Ana

Ricardo César Gonçalves Sant'Ana, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor at UNESP - São Paulo State University, FCE - Faculty of Sciences and Engineering, Campus of Tupã, in exclusive dedication, where he is Local Coordinator of CENEPP - Center for Pedagogical Studies and Practices and Local Ombudsman. Professor of the Graduate Program in Information Science at UNESP, Campus of Marília. Undergraduate in Mathematics and Pedagogy, M.S. in Information Science (2002), Ph.D. in Information Science (2008) and Full Professor in Management Information Systems by UNESP (2017). He holds specializations in Object Orientation (1996) and Management of Information Systems (1998). Ad hoc advisor of periodicals and development agencies. Member of the Research Group - New Technologies in Information GPNTI-UNESP. Has experience in the area of Computer Science, currently conducts research focused on information science and information technology, investigating issues related to the Data Life Cycle, Transparency and Information Flow in Productive Chains. He worked as a professor at Faccat Faculdade de Ciências Contábeis e Administração de Tupã, where he coordinated a course of Administration with Qualification in Systems Analysis for ten years and the Licenciatura course in Computing. He worked in the private sector as a consultant, integrator, and researcher of new information technologies from 1988 to 2004.

Fernando de Assis Rodrigues

Fernando de Assis Rodrigues, Ph.D.

Ph.D. and MS in Information Science (UNESP - São Paulo State University). Specialist in Internet Systems (UNIVEM - Centro Universitário Euripides de Marília). Bachelor of Information Systems (USC - University of the Sacred Heart). Member of the research groups GPNTI - New Technologies in Information and GPTAD - Data Access Technologies (UNESP), GPIDT - Information, Data and Technology (USP) and GPDM - Data and Metadata (UFSCar). Editor of the scientific journal RECoDAF - Electronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming. Works in the areas of Information Science and Computer Science, with emphasis on Software Engineering, Databases, Information and Communication Technology and Digital Information Environments, focused mainly on the following topics: Data Collection, Data, Data Access, Online Social Networking Services, Linked Data, Linked Open Data, Metadata, Internet Applications, Programming Languages, Databases and Databases, Privacy, e-Government, Open Government Data, and Public Transparency.

Fábio Mosso Moreira

Fábio Mosso Moreira, M.S.

Undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering (UNESP / Tupã). Master degree in Information Science - (UNESP / Marília). PhD student in the Graduate Program in Information Science (UNESP / Marília). Member of the Research Group - GPNTI (UNESP / Marília) and GPTAD (UNESP / Tupã). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF). Content editor of the Electronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAF). Professional Technical Skill in Informatics from ETEC Massuyuki Kawano - Centro Paula Souza de Tupã. Professional experience in the ERP Information Systems for Logistics Operations. Works with research in Information Science, studying the use of digital resources for access to government data of Public Policies in the context of the small farmer.

Alfredo Bonini Neto

Alfredo Bonini Neto, Ph.D.

Undergraduate in Mathematics (Faculdades de Dracena, 2002). Master degree in Electric Engineering(UNESP). Ph.D. in Electric Engineering(UNESP). Postdoctorate by Sao Paulo State University Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2013). Currently is Revisor of the journal IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution (Print). Revisor of the journals: International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems, American Jornal of Electrical Power and Energy System, Applied and Computational Mathematics, American Jornal of Applied Mathematics, American Jornal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, American Jornal of Systems and Software, Journal of Automation and Control, SODEBRAS - Soluções para o Desenvolvimento do País, IEEE Latin America, American Journal of Educational Research, Applied Mathematics and Informatics (JAMI), American Journal of Electrical and Electronic, Revista Brasileira de Engenharia de Biossistemas, TEMA. Tendências em Matemática Aplicada e Computacional, International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems, Coffee Science, International Journal of Discrete Mathematics, Ain Shams Engineering Journal, International Journal of Partial Differential Equations and Applications, Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, ELECTRIC POWER COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS, Brazilian Journal of Food Technology, JOURNAL OF CEREAL SCIENCE, The Open Mechanical Engineering Journal, ENERGIA NA AGRICULTURA (UNESP. BOTUCATU. IMPRESSO), REVISTA COLOMBIANA DE CIENCIAS HORTICOLAS and, Advances in Mechanical Engineering. Member of editorial committee in Electronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAF). Works with research in Mathematics, mainly, in the subjects: Continuous Load Flow, Voltage Collapse, Max Load Point, Static Voltage Stability Margin, Continuation Method, and Voltage Stability.

André Sávio Craveiro Bueno

André Sávio Craveiro Bueno, M.S.

Undergraduate in Library (UNESP/Marília). Works with research in Information Science, acting on the following subjects: metadata, document types, free access, scientific communication and institutional repositories.

Cristian Berrío-Zapata

Cristian Berrío-Zapata, Ph.D.

Professor at the Faculty of Archivology and coordinator of the Postgraduation of Information Science at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences (ICSA).The psychologist from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Colombia, with a specialization in Technology Management and Competitiveness. Undergraduate in Management Research (University of Rouen in France). Master degree in Management (National University of Colombia). PhD in Information Science (UNESP/Marília). Works with research in Strategic Management of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and your relation with the discourse and power from a Critical perspective, Digital Divide, Gender Digital Divide, e-Government and Community Informatics applied to public health and family farming. He is experienced in Domain Analysis, Bibliometrics, Psychometry, Case Study and Content Analysis. His current research projects are the Critical Perspective on Information Science, the measurement of Gender Digital Divide, Political Behavior and mediation of ICT, Dengue Epidemics from an informational perspective, and the Measurement of Technological Appropriation in university students.

Cristina Toyoko Hashimoto

Cristina Toyoko Hashimoto, M.S.

Master Student in Information Science at Graduate Program in Information Science (UNESP / Marília). Undergraduate degree in Management (UNESP/Tupã). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF). Collaborated in the Project Management and Environmental Education, participating in research and extension projects (Scientific Initiation and Environmental Education Network of the Alta Paulista - REAP).

Daiane Marcela Piccolo

Daiane Marcela Piccolo, M.S.

Professor at FATEC/Presidente Prudente. Professor at Escola Técnica Amim Jundi de Osvaldo Cruz. Undergraduated in Tecnologia em Processamento de Dados (FAI/Adamantina). Master degree in Computer Science (UEM/Maringá). Graduated in Computer Network and Advanced Internet (UNIVEM/Marília). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Diana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo

Diana Vilas Boas Souto Aleixo, M.S.

Undergraduate in Archiving (UEL, 2003) with specialization in Archive Organization (USP, 2003). Master in Information Science (UEL, 2014). Currently works in archive consulting to Arquivo of Miud Agropecuária Ltda., D. D. A. G. Alimentos Ltda., D. L. O. Petróleo Ltda., D. O. L. Transportes Ltda., D. M. G. Alimemtos do Brasil Ltda., D. M. Petróleo Ltda. Collaborator of the Project Digital Competencies for Family Agriculture (CoDAF). Revisor of Electronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAF). Works with research in Information Science, mainly in the subjects: ISAD(G), Semantic Web, Resource Description Framework, Encoded archival description, Dublin core e metadata. Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Elaine Parra Affonso

Elaine Parra Affonso, Ph.D.

Undergraduate in Tecnologia em Processamento de Dados (FATEC/Ourinhos). Master degree in Computer Science (Fundação Eurípides Soares da Rocha, 2006). Works with research in Computer Science, acting on the following subjects: expansive reality, collaborative work, and virtual reality. Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Elizabete Cristina de Souza de Aguiar Monteiro

Elizabete Cristina de Souza de Aguiar Monteiro, M.S.

Undergraduate in Library (UNESP/Marília).Master degree in Information Science (UNESP/Marília). Works with research Information Science, acting on the following subjects: new Brazilian university senary, institutional repositories, free access, auto-archiving and institutional repository, digital preservation. Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Gabriel Ponciano Silva dos Santos

Gabriel Ponciano Silva dos Santos

High school student (Federal Institute of Tupã). Participates in the project PIBIC High School (UNESP / Tupã). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Jacquelin Teresa Camperos Reyes

Jacquelin Teresa Camperos Reyes, M.S.

Doctorate student on Graduate Program in Information Science (UNESP/Marília), Master degree in Information Science (UNESP/Marília). Specialization in Top Management (Universidad Libre, Cúcuta-Colombia). Undergraduate in Systems Engineering (UFPS, Cúcuta-Colombia). Scholar of the OEA-Grupo Coimbra de Universidades de Brasil program. Teaching experience in database modeling at Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander (Colombia), Analysis and Development of Information Systems at the SENA (Colombia). Experienced in formulation of applied research projects in the SENA (Colombia). Evaluator of the REDCOLSI Red Colombiana de Semilleros de Investigación. Certified in Labor Competence for Integrating TICs into Teaching Processes by the SENA. Experienced in implantation processes and management of information systems focused on billing and statistics for health institutions, and information management of the Social Security System. Collaborator of the CODAF Digital Skills for Familiar Agriculture Project. Member of the Research Group New Technologies in Information (GPNTI). Works with research in Open Data and Data Representation in the governmental domain, access to informational assets of rural development. Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Kauê da Silva Rodrigues

Kauê da Silva Rodrigues

High school student (Federal Institute of Tupã). Participates in the project PIBIC High School (UNESP / Tupã). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF).

Pedro Henrique Santos Bisi

Pedro Henrique Santos Bisi, M.S.

Master Student in Information Science at Graduate Program in Information Science (UNESP / Marília). Undergraduate degree in Management (UNESP/Tupã). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF). Member of the executive committee of the Electronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAF). Works with research in Data Collection and Access to Data for Family Farming.

Sergio Silva Braga Junior

Sergio Silva Braga Junior, Ph.D.

Undergraduate in Management (Faculdades Integradas Toledo, 2002). Master degree in Management (Universidade de São Paulo, 2007). Works with research in Financial Administration, acting on the following subjects: banks, information technology, corporative governance and bovespa stock exchange.

Victor Ubiracy Borba

Victor Ubiracy Borba, M.S.

Master Student in Information Science at Graduate Program in Information Science (UNESP / Marília). Undergraduate degree in Computer Science (UNIVEM/Marília). Collaborator of the Project Digital Competences for Family Agriculture (CoDAF). Works in the area of Information Science and Computer Science, with emphasis on Technological Research and Development of Web, Embedded and Mobile Software. Works with research in Big Data, Data Life Cycle (CVD), Internet of Things (IoT) and Use of Technology in Agriculture.