Eduardo Oliveira is Mechanical Engineer with a MBA in Business…
Presentation: Fuel economy in Brazil
- Best approach for tackling HDV fuel efficiency – engine standards or vehicle efficiency
- Potential technology scenarios
Eduardo Oliveira is Mechanical Engineer with a MBA in Business Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV). He has been working in the automotive industry for 14 years, where he started his career at Cummins Brasil as Product Engineer, working on the development and validation of Engine Components and responsible to assure the highest requirements from main OEMs in the market. Posteriorly, he coordinated the entire implementation and was also in charge of the operations of the first Filtration Development Laboratory in Brazil and finally served as leader of the Cummins Filtration Engineering area.
Nowadays, he is the responsible for Regulatory Affairs function in Cummins to Brazil and South America. He is also an active member of the Technical Committees of Automotive Engineering Association (AEA) and the Coordinator of Fuel Efficiency Working Group for Heavy Vehicles in Sindipeças.
Marcelo dos Santos Monteiro is the head of the Market Surveillance Division at INMETRO. He has worked at INMETRO as an Executive Analyst in Metrology and Quality of Inmetro for 21 years, 10 of which have been in management.
He has an Industrial Electrical Engineer from Cefet/RJ, with a Master in Metrology from PUC/RJ.
Graduated in Industrial Chemistry from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Master in Chemical Engineering from the Federal University of Pernambuco and PhD from COPPE / UFRJ (2008). He joined the National Agency for Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) in 2006 as a regulatory specialist. He currently coordinates the Product Quality Regulation (specifications of fuels and biofuels, new experimental fuels and rules of quality control) area of the Products of the Superintendency of Biofuels and Product Quality of ANP
Ricardo Pinto is DSc in Chemical Engineering from Rio de Janeiro Federal University (UFRJ) and joined Petrobras in 1985. After a 20-year experience in the Research Center (CENPES) working with the development of petrochemical and refining processes and petroleum products, Ricardo is now a Senior Specialist in the Product Development Department in the Marketing & Trading Area.
Gustavo Teixeira is a Mechanical Engineer (2002) and Master's Degree by PUC-MG, with emphasys in biofuels and emissions. He started his activities at FPT Industrial in 2010, in New Technologies department. He is currently the coordinator of Aftertreatment Systems and engine homologation team for South America, with specialization in research centers in Turin (Italy) and Arbon (Switzerland). Teixeira started his career as a trainee at Vale, and after this, worked in foundry equipment maintenance and automotive industry. For ten years, worked in technical assistance of trucks and buses at Volvo dealers. He is member of Diesel Technology Comission at SAE.
Elcio Luiz Farah is a Mechanical Engineer. He graduated with emphasis in the automotive and production areas, at the “Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial – FEI” and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management from the “Faculdade de Saúde Pública” of the University of São Paulo – USP.
He currently holds the position of Executive Director at AFEEVAS (the Association of Equipment Manufacturers for Vehicle Emissions Control in South America). He has also worked for sixteen years with vehicle emissions control at CETESB (the Environmental Agency for the State of São Paulo) and at SVMA (the Secretariat of Environment for the city of São Paulo), proposing standards and regulations, presenting a range of technical papers, performing laboratory audits and certifying vehicles in Brazil and abroad.
At AEA (the Brazilian Automotive Engineering Association) he is currently a member of the Audit Committee, having previously been a member of the Director Council and of the Board of Directors. Furthermore, he has worked as an independent consultant on issues regarding technology and the environment and, formerly, for twelve years, he has worked with the design, development and testing of engines and components in the automotive industry, optimizing their performance and emissions.
Graduated in mechanic engineering and with MBA in Project Management at FGV, Jeferson de Lima has been working 21 years on design, development, calibration and validation for automotive and agricultural machines industry. Former combustion manager at MWM, validation and combustion responsible in MAN Latin America and currently responsible for Engine application to Agricultural machines in AGCO South America.
Adalberto holds a Bachelor degree in International Affairs and a Master of Science (Msc) in International Political Economy at the Institute of International Relations from University of São Paulo (USP). Adalberto works with public policy creation and climate change mitigation projects on urban mobility, sustainable development and clean energy. Prior to BYD, Adalberto worked for the City of São Paulo (Environmental and International Affairs Secretariats) between 2006 and 2007, and he was the City Director of the C40 Cities Initiative (Climate Leadership Group) in partnership with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) between 2007 and 2014.
Alexandre Xavier L. Martins from São Paulo, has a MBA in Marketing by ESPM with extension through City University (London, UK), and graduated in Advertising by Mackenzie University and Electronic Technician by ETESP. He has been working for 20 years in the TIC segment, regarding Testing, Inspection and Certification for markets in Brazil and abroad, and also as a Post-Graduation Professor for business disciplines.
He is currently Divison Manager for Laboratories of the Falcão Bauer Group, one of the biggest certification body and private product laboratory in Latin America. Their facilities include Chemical, Mechanical, Furniture and Electrical structures for testing – with 17025 accreditation, offered services include tests for Inmetro certification, benchmarking, product development, quality control, and homologation for exports.
Jim McCarthy is Chief Engineer for Vehicle Technologies and Innovation at Eaton. His previous roles were Engineering Manager for Advanced Valvetrain Actuation for North American and Asian markets located in Marshall, MI and Engineering Manager for Exhaust Aftertreatment Solutions located in Southfield, MI. Prior to joining Eaton, Jim worked on diesel engine technologies at Detroit Diesel.
Jim has focused his engineering career on product innovation and growth to develop and integrate serial production solutions for engine technologies while optimizing power generation to conserve fossil fuels and reduce emissions.
McCarthy received his Ph.D., Masters of Science and Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University.
Christian Wahnfried is bachelor in Automotive Mechanical Engineering from FEI (Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial) – São Paulo – Brazil graduated in 1996 and has a MBA in Strategic Business Administration from FGV (Fundação Getúlio Vargas) in Curitiba – Brazil in 2009.
He joined Bosch Diesel Systems in 1998 as quality system and investment responsible at the diesel system development engineering. In 2000 he assumed the responsibility for endurance and reliability testing of rotary pumps and common rail system. In 2005 he added the responsibility for the unit pump system testing after being trained at Bosch USA. In 2006 he took over the lead of the Engineering Testing Center, responsible for reliability and fatigue testing, as well as validation measurements and product instrumentation.
In 2008 and 2009 he worked as technical adviser at the business development unit, supporting the divisional strategic planning team. In 2009 he went back to lead the Engineering Testing Center and added to his portfolio the responsibility for the definition of local customer engine and vehicle validation for the injection system based on the local market requirements and profile.
Since 2001 he is also supporting all actions regarding the testing and improvement of alternative fuels for diesel engines. In 2006 he took over the lead of this activity as main contact person for diesel fuel issues.
Paulo Henrique Demarchi is Environmental Control Instructor for the Brazilian Federal Highway Police, and a member of the team dedicated to Special Operations, Surveillance and Control of Environmental Crimes. Paulo was responsible for starting the ARLA 32 quality control at the Federal Highway Police, which was a pioneering institution in combating the use of defeat devices in Brazil and on a global scale. Paulo also contributed to the use of palm-Urea, a digital refractometer. He developed the ARLA test, contributed to the development of the Universal Scanner and to the AEA ARLA 32 quality control guidelines, and wrote Contran Resolution 666, which inserted ARLA cheating as a transit contravention.
Geologist, Fabio Cardinale Branco graduated in Geosciences Institute of the São Paulo University, in 1992, and master of science by the Economic Geology and Applied Geophysics Departament in the same Institute, in orbital remote sensing.
He is Project Manager at EnvironMentality, working since 1996 in consultancy activities related to vehicle emission control, transportation air quality impacts, alternative fuels, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, atmospheric emissions inventory, vehicle driving cycles analyses, environmental control and inspection and maintenance programs.
Is CEO of the Samuel Murgel Branco Institute, a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest, focused on science communication and environmental education through the publication of books and the preparation of courses.
A Master of Economics and Finance at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Campinas (Unicamp), she has worked as a market analyst at BM&Fbovespa (Currently B3). At Tendências, she has experience as senior analyst of international economy, financial market, economic activity, inflation and monetary policy. Currently, is the Director of the Department of Macroeconomic and Political Analysis. She has published the Book “The economy: how it has evolved and how it works” in co-authorship with the former Finance Minister, Mailson da Nóbrega.
Mariano is a specialist engineer at INNAC, the National Institute for Conformity Assessment of Products, working in technical support for the certification of several products, and training of functionaries, according to INMETRO compulsory regulations as well as working in the development and updating of Brazilian standards, in ABNT for ARLA 32, as well as other specialist committees.
He has previously worked as Chief of Process Control Laboratory at Willys Overland, then Ford Motor Company, Director of Research and Technology at Manufatura de Brinquedos Estrela and Technical Director at IQB, the Brazilian Institute for Qualification and Certification.
Cesar Ribeiro is the current Senior Sales Manager at Yara responsible for the Arla Business in Brazil. He has more than 20 years experience in Chemical Multinational companies in the Supply Chain and Commercial area in Brazil and South America region.
Chemical Industrial Engineer, FEI (Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial), Pos graduated in Logistics (FEI) and Executive MBA (Business School São Paulo).
Eduardo Oliveira is Mechanical Engineer with a MBA in Business…
Presentation: Fuel economy in Brazil
OEM strategy for P-8 compliance
Marcelo dos Santos Monteiro is the head of the Market…
Presentation: ARLA 32 licencing and regulatory updates
-Ensuring the limitation of unlicensed ARLA 32 producers
-Improvements over the past few years
-Plans for continual improvements
Graduated in Industrial Chemistry from the Federal University of Pernambuco,…
B10-B15 and P-8 emission standards:
– Reference fuel specifications for testing
– Examining recent research on biodieselblends and NOx emissions
Ricardo Pinto is DSc in Chemical Engineering from Rio de…
Advanced Fuels for Diesel Engines
Gustavo Teixeira is a Mechanical Engineer (2002) and Master's Degree…
Elcio Luiz Farah is a Mechanical Engineer. He graduated with…
Chairperson introduction: Elcio Luiz Farah, Executive Director, Afeevas
Graduated in mechanic engineering and with MBA in Project Management…
Adalberto holds a Bachelor degree in International Affairs and a…
Trends in engine development
Alexandre Xavier L. Martins from São Paulo, has a MBA in…
Presentation: ARLA 32 testing procedures
Jim McCarthy is Chief Engineer for Vehicle Technologies and Innovation…
Simultaneous CO2 and NOx reduction for Medium & Heavy-Duty diesel engines using cylinder deactivation
Christian Wahnfried is bachelor in Automotive Mechanical Engineering from FEI…
Presentation: Biodiesel in Brazil
Paulo Henrique Demarchi is Environmental Control Instructor for the Brazilian…
Combating the ARLA 32 informal market
Geologist, Fabio Cardinale Branco graduated in Geosciences Institute of the…
Improvements of the Brazilian HDV emission regulation PROCONVE P8 and the use of remote sensing for non-conformity detection
A Master of Economics and Finance at Fundação Getúlio Vargas…
Brazilian economic outlook
Mariano is a specialist engineer at INNAC, the National Institute…
Presentation: ARLA 32 certification updates
Cesar Ribeiro is the current Senior Sales Manager at Yara…
Presentation: ARLA 32 producer experience