The sensors are made to translate the world in which we live in order to understand it. At KAUST, I can focus on how to make this understanding even more reliable and accurate through instrumentation.
- Embedded Systems
- Sensing platforms
- Harvesting energy
BUILDING 3, level 3, desk 3203-WS23, sea side
Honors & Awards
- Excellence at Work as Team Member of AIESEC in Teresina, Teresina, 2016
- Science Without Borders Full Scholarship, Academic year 2015-2016
- 1st place with Best Design and Presentation at Demola's Final Spring Meeting- Present Process & Results, Budapest, 2015
- 1st place in the 8th Prize of Science and Technology of Piauí, Teresina, 2014
- BSc, EE, Federal University of Piaui, Brazil, 2011
José Ilton has recently joined the Sensors group as an Ms/PhD student on the track of Electro-physics. José is focused now on instrumentation, prototyping and communication theory.
Education and early career
José Ilton did his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering on the track of Power Systems at Federal University of Piaui with 1.5 year exchange period at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, in 2011. At King Abdullah University of Science and Technology he is working under supervision of Prof. Khaled Salama, in the field of photonics and communication.
José’s research interests are found in the area of instrumentation, prototyping and sensing platforms.