Ivo Cabral | Energy | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Ivo Cabral | Energy | Best Researcher Award

Student/Researcher, ADAI, Portugal

Ivo Gabriel Morais Cabral is a dynamic figure in the realm of engineering, specializing in mechanical engineering with a focus on energy and sustainability. Graduating with a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Coimbra in 2022, he has garnered recognition through six prestigious awards and distinctions. His journey epitomizes a dedication to advancing engineering solutions for a more sustainable future.

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Education ๐ŸŽ“

Ivo Gabriel Morais Cabral completed his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Energy and Environment at the University of Coimbra in 2022. His thesis, titled “Development of a heat dissipation system and automatic control for an experimental micro-cogeneration installation based on the Rankine organic cycle,” underscores his commitment to innovative energy solutions.

Experience ๐Ÿ’ผ๐Ÿ”

Currently serving as a Researcher at the Association for the Development of Industrial Aerodynamics, Portugal, Cabral’s professional trajectory is marked by a relentless pursuit of excellence in engineering research. His work delves into the intricacies of aerodynamics and industrial applications, aligning with his passion for advancing energy technologies.

Research Interests ๐Ÿ“Š๐Ÿ”ฌ

Cabral’s research interests revolve around the intersection of engineering, technology, and sustainability. His expertise encompasses topics such as PID and Fuzzy Logic controllers for residential cogeneration systems, as evidenced by his publication in Energy Conversion and Management: X in 2024.

Awards and Distinctions ๐Ÿ…๐ŸŒŸ

Throughout his academic journey, Cabral has been recognized for his outstanding achievements. Awards such as the 3% best students of UC and the Quadro de Mรฉrito – UC underscore his academic prowess and dedication to excellence in engineering.

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Likai Lin | Protection Award | Young Scientist Award

Assist Prof Dr. Likai Lin | Protection Award | Young Scientist Award

Assist Prof Dr. Likai Lin, Xihua university, China

๐ŸŒŸ Dr. Likai Lin, an Assistant Professor at Xihua University’s School of Architecture and Civil Engineering, specializes in Arts and Humanities, with a focus on protecting and preserving traditional settlements. Graduating with a Doctorate in Engineering from Chongqing University, his 10 years of experience span research, teaching, and consultancy. Dr. Lin’s work emphasizes the intricate relationship between culture, space, and environment in Southwest China’s ethnic areas. He’s published extensively, offering strategies to maintain cultural authenticity amid urbanization. Passionate about ecological wisdom, he explores the sustainable integration of tradition and modernity in settlement design. ๐Ÿก

 

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Education & Experience

Doctorate in Engineering from Chongqing University, he’s been in academia for 10 years. His journey includes roles as Assistant Director of Housing and Urban and Rural Planning Committee of Rongchang District and staff member at the Administrative Committee of Industrial Innovation Design Functional Area, Qingyang District. Since 2023, he’s dedicated to teaching and research at Xihua University.

Research Focus

๐Ÿ” Dr. Likai Lin’s research focuses on the protection and sustainability of traditional settlements, particularly in the context of urbanization. His work delves into the spatial characteristics and ecological wisdom of Amdo Tibetan traditional dwellings in western Sichuan, shedding light on cultural preservation amidst modernization. Additionally, his study on the dynamic influencing mechanism of traditional settlements, exemplified by Chengzi Village, highlights the intricate dynamics between tradition and urban development. Through these endeavors, Dr. Lin contributes valuable insights into maintaining the cultural authenticity and ecological balance of traditional settlements in the face of contemporary challenges. ๐Ÿž๏ธ

 

Publication Top Notes

Spatial characteristics and ecological wisdom of Amdo Tibetan traditional dwellings in western Sichuan