Iara has a multidisciplinary team. Its collaborators include masters, bachelors, and undergraduate researchers in Computer Sciences, Engineering, and Design.
Vinicius Cesar has both Bachlor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science, at the Federal University of Pernambuco. Vinicius co-founded Iara and currently works as a senior researcher and project manager. His main area of interest is Computer Vision, specifically visual tracking and 3D reconstruction.
Bernardo Reis received his B.S. in Computer Engineering in 2010 and his M.Sc. in Computer Science in 2012 from the Federal University of Pernambuco. He co-founded Iara and has worked with augmented-reality, motion-based interaction, and high-performance computing, mainly with GPUs and FPGAs. His current research interests are computer vision and systems architecture.
Sílvio Gatis Filho
Professional Designer since 2007, Silvio worked in different fields, from editorial and print to digital design. In 2012 Silvio became an expert in Interaction Design and started to work in the conception and design of applications and graphic interfaces. In 2014 Silvio had the opportunity to actuate in projects in Lisbon, Portugal. In 2019, Over the guidance of professor Judith Kelner, Silvio obtained a master’s degree at the Computer Science department at the Federal University of Pernambuco, and since Silvio works at Iara Systems, actuating as a designer in projects like Diana and ICED.
Pedro Silva has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering at the Federal Univesity of Pernambuco. His area of interest is in computer vision, with a focus on object tracking.
Sérgio Arruda Filho is a student at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) currently working to get his bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering. He has been a member of Iara since August 2018 participating as a full stack developer and test engineer in developing computer vision solutions for major oil and gas extraction companies. Sérgio has proficiency in working with many programming languages such as C++, Java, Python, C# and such. His professional and research interests cover computer vision, product design and software engineering.
Aloysio Romeira has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering student (Graduated in 2020.1) with experience in mechanical design development, manufacturing, and reporting. Proactive, team worker and always looking for efficient solutions. In addition to being passionate about the automotive industry, currently having as a hobby, the preparation of internal combustion engines for drag racing.
Gabriel Reis graduated in Mechanical Engineering at Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE) in 2016. He is currently a Master’s Student in Computer Science in CIn/UFPE. His areas of interest are product design, 3D mechanical model design and rapid prototyping. During his undergraduate course, Gabriel has participated in the mobility program Science Without Boards.
As a Naval Engineering graduate student at UFPE I had the opportunity to enroll in an extension project called Mandacaru Aerodesign to compete in the SAE Brasil Aerodesign designing radio controlled airplanes. Three of the four years I competed as team captain. Implementing Agile project management methodology and working with estructural design, detail design and chief designer besides my main job as project manager. During this time I extensively developed my design for 3d printing skills. After leaving the team I focused on my graduation projects, my CAD and 3d printing skills. Even did some 3d printing jobs as a freelancer. My advanced proficiency in english helped quite a lot to overcome technical and social barriers during these projects.
Bruno Jeronimo is an MSc student in Computer Science at the – CIn / UFPE. He has a BSc in Business and Management from the Federal University of Pernambuco, and a diploma in iOS Development from the Apple Developers Academy. His areas of interest are Software Development, Mobile Devices, User Research and Experience, Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Robot Interaction, Social Robots, Social Robots for Education, and Aspects of Security and Privacy in Social Robots.
Jéssyca Amorim is a computer scientist. She received his B.S. degree in Computer Science from Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE).
She works at Iara Systems as a software developer.
Her interests include software development, technological innovation and embedded systems.
Graduated in Computer Science from the Catholic University of Pernambuco (2012). He is currently a volunteer researcher at the Federal University of Pernambuco. Has experience in Computer Science, with priority on Network Administration, focused on Linux systems with research emphasis on security and attack prevention, and anomaly analysis.