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Professor Rodrigues received his Bachelor degree of Computer Science in 1996, and a M.Sc. degree also in Computer Science (1999) and Doctor of Computer Science (2003) from Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Between 2003 and 2007 was a post-doctor researcher in National Laboratory for Scientific Computing, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He joined Ignatian Educational Foundation (FEI) in 2007 as a full professor, teaching disciplines of Final Course Projects, Computer Graphics for undergraduate courses, and Computer Vision for post-graduate course.

 

His main line of research involves Cognitive Computer Vision, focusing on developing applications for object recognition and scene understanding inspired by biological-neural processes both in low level and high level processing. These processes, mainly include: collaboration and competition between sensors of color, shape and movement; plasticity of topological structures and how the context is processed in cognitive mammalian systems.

 

In order to answer related questions, he has developed models inspired in Complex Systems, Non-Extensive Statistical Mechanics and Meta-Models for simulating the human visual system inspired in Cognitive Neuroscience.

 

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