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Pedro Pinho Senna, 30, is a Ph.D. Candidate for Engineering and Public Policy, currently in the third year of this Doctoral program. His research is focused in the policies required for successful adoption and implementation of digital technologies, with particular emphasis in the Industry 4.0 paradigm. Pedro has received his Economics Bachelor's Degree from the State of University of São Paulo (UNESP) - Brazil, in 2017, with research focused in the social, technological, economic and environmental differences between first generation and second generation ethanol production. Pedro is a research assistant at CESE-INESC TEC, within the European H2020 Project DigTrafoRIS, which looks to enhance the digital transformation capability of manufacturing SMEs in EIT countries of the Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS) by offering consulting services and providing roadmapping recommendations. Previously, Pedro has worked in the European H2020 Project NEXT-NET, which focused in depicting future European Supply Chains and providing policy recommendations for the European Commission. Additionally, Pedro has experience working in the financial sector, mainly in debt and credit analysis and financial analysis for a financial consultancy agency.

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2019

Implementing RAMI4.0 in Production - A Multi-case Study

Authors
Hernández, E; Senna, P; Silva, D; Rebelo, R; Barros, AC; Toscano, C;

Publication
Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering - Progress in Digital and Physical Manufacturing

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2018

Second Generation Ethanol - Technological Intensity on the Integrated Cycle

Authors
Senna, PP; Ansanelli, SLM;

Publication
U.Porto Journal of Engineering

Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate Second Generation Ethanol’s (SGE) production cycle in order to understand the level of SGE’s technological intensity in the integrated cycle. The suggested methodology comprises of a review of literature surrounding the requirements and indexes of technological intensity. A wide selection of database and review of specialized literature have been described to demonstrate the proposed discussion and conclusions. It has been observed that SGE puts forward a higher level of technological intensity in relation to First Generation Ethanol (FGE).