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Rosa Miranda
Designation:Associate Professor with Habilitation
Scientific IDs:ORCID - 0000-0002-6551-9677; Researcher ID: D-3330-2011; Scopus Author ID: 26031522600;
Specialization:welding and joining and materials processing technologies and welding metallurgy.
Biography:Rosa Miranda graduated at Lisbon Technical University in 1981 and got a PhD degree in 1996 at the same University. She is Associate Professor with Habilitation at FCT-UNL and researcher at UNIDEMI. Worked for 14 years at the Portuguese welding and quality institute. Coordinator and/or researcher of about 40 projects in research, technology transfer and education funded by national and international authorities. Author and co-author of 80 papers in peer-reviewed ISI journals, 30 papers in national journals, 19 books or book chapters, 150 participations in conferences proceedings, out of which 20 as invited lecturer and member of 20 organizing/scientific committees of international conferences.
Research group:Manufacturing Technologies and Automation
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Paper titleJournal / Conference Name
A New NDT Technique Based on Bacterial Cells to Detect Micro Surface Defects NDT & E International (Journal)
Reinforcement strategies for producing functionally graded materials by friction stir processing in aluminium alloys Journal of Materials Processing Technology (Journal)
Electrical conductivity field analysis for evaluation of FSW joints in AA6013 and AA7075 alloys J. Mat Proc Tech (Journal)
Producing functionally graded materials by friction stir processing J. Mat Proc Tech (Journal)
Microstructural modification and ductility enhancement of surfaces modified by FSP in aluminium alloys Mat Sc Eng A (Journal)
Rapid prototyping with high power fiber lasers Mat&Des (Journal)
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