Felipe Campelo was born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. He received his undergraduate education in Electrical Engineering at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. In 2002 he joined Prof. Jaime A. Ramírez's group and had his first contact with research on optimisation applied to the design of electromagnetic devices. After graduating in 2003 he earned a Monbusho Scholarship to pursue his graduate studies in Japan, where he spent five years working in Prof. Hajime Igarashi's Laboratory of Hybrid Systems at Hokkaido University, earning his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in 2006 and 2009, respectively. He returned to Brazil afterwards to work as a post-doctoral associate with the Department of Electrical Engineering, and in 2010 became an assistant professor with that department.
Prof. Campelo has been directly involved with UFMG's undergraduate courses on Systems Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, and with the Graduate Course on Electrical Engineering, where his lectures on Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments have attracted hundreds of students over the last four years.
His current research involves the development of experimental frameworks for algorithmic research; the investigation of effective approaches for multi/many-objective optimisation; and the application of statistical modelling and optimisation heuristics to the solution of electrical power distribution problems.
Prof. Felipe Campelo is a member of the IEEE, the ACM, and of the Brazilian Society for Computational Intelligence. He is also currently serving his second term as Deputy Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering at UFMG.
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Researcher ID: F-6029-2010
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