Personal Biography – Technical and Professional Experience
Carlos A. F. Sartori (SM’91) received the B.Sc., M.Sc., and the Ph.D. degrees from Escola Politécnica of University of São Paulo (EPUSP), in 1983, 1994, and 1999, all of them in Electrical Engineering. In 1984, he joined the National Commission on Nuclear Energy CNEN/IPEN-SP, where, since 1991, he has been the technical lead responsible for the CTMSP EMC Group. He is an Invited Professor at the Graduate Programs of EPUSP (1999) and at the Nuclear and Energy Research Institute IPEN-CNEN/SP (2006), and an Associate Professor at the Catholic University of São Paulo, where he was the Vice-head of the Department of Electrical Engineering (1997-1998), and the Vice-Dean (2001-2004). He is also a member of the Brazilian Society on Electromagnetics, where he was the Vice-president (1998 – 2002).
Factual summary of IEEE/EMCS Activities
Carlos A. F. Sartori is a member of the IEEE EMC Society (SM’91), the IEEE South Brazil EMC Chapter Chair (2000-2009, 2011-2016), a former Region 9 Membership Coordinator (2002-2007), and an EMC Society Member of the Board of Directors (2000-2004, 2014-2106). In cooperation with IEEE, he has been taking part in the organization of workshops and international seminars in South America and Europe. He is also a member of the International Compumag Society (ICS), and of the Brazilian Society on Electromagnetics, where he was the vice-president (1998 to 2002). He received the Certificates of Appreciation in 2003, 2005, and 2010 (IEEE EMCS Chapter Chair 2000 – 2009; IEEE EMC Society BoD 2000-2002; IEEE EMC Society BoD 2002-2004).
COMMITTEE/BOARD: EMC Society Board of Directors
CHAPTER: South Brazil EMC Chapter Chair (2000-2009, 2011-2016)
CONFERENCES: EMC Brasil Colloquium (2002, 2004, 2012)
AWARDS: Certificates of Appreciation in 2003, 2005, and 2010 (IEEE EMCS Chapter Chair 2000 – 2009; IEEE EMC Society BoD 2000-2002; IEEE EMC Society BoD 2002-2004), and due to his academic performance the “Unibanco Award” (1994).
I am very pleased at my nomination to run for the IEEE EMC Society Board of Directors. The fact of having been the South Brazil EMC Chapter founder, a former BoD Member (2000-2004; 2014-2016) and the first one from Region 9, makes me feel very proud of it. At the same time, it dawns on me the responsibility of keeping promoting the development of the EMC field in this region, and the atmosphere of cooperation and the interchange among the Region 9 and the others. At present, many aspects of the EMC have drawn attention from the Universities, Companies, and from the public in general in the Region 9, and in my view this is a high time in order we can help and act on that.
Allow me to thank all the EMC Society Members for having supported my name to this position.