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Fernando José Capeletto Neto
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Did you take the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme - IGCBP from DiploFoundation? If so, in which year? Who was tutoring you?
not yet but i want do it in 2009
Where did you ¨discover¨ this Community portal?
during participations on igf08 hyderabad with brasil hub team, coordinated by city of knowledge.
What are you currently doing today and projects you have related to Internet governance?
I´m Graduating in Electrical Engineering - Focus on Electronic Systems for Escola Politecnica University of São Paulo (1997-2008), completing at the end of 2008 (264 units complete 282). Technical Technical School in Eletronica by State Aristoteles Ferreira, Santos / SP (TEE-AF 1996).
Interests of study: Education, Labor and Qualification remote and collaborative aided by computer systems distributed; Management of knowledge: generation of interactive media, administration and storage of digital content, protocols; Iconomia, Infoera and Networks: Implications of social and technological trends, wealth networks, mobility and creative industries, including digital, digital certification, sovereignty strategic digital, transdiciplinaridade; Artificial Intelligence: Logica fuzzy, Computaçao evolutionary, neural networks; Interface and Implementation: Virtual reality, digital integrated systems.

Since I joined the research group called City of Knowledge in July 2008, i started to develop projects where all those engineering listed above is focused on social change and mass oportunities adding values for the local development groups and this initiative its a layer question strongness related to internet governance question.

City of Knowledge is a research group towards the emergence of new digital media and virtual worlds such as Second Life where we has been acting a pro bono island for the City of Knowledge.

The "City of Knowledge" research program at USP was nominated among the "Top 30" initiatives by the "Development Gateway Foundation" in 2006. The research program has been listed in the DTI "Digital media scoping mission – a report from Brazil" (UK, Dec., 2006) and, in 2007, it was distinguished with the "Academic Quality" Prize by the "B2B" magazine. There is an audio report on the BBC´s website on the creation of ringtones with local xavante people as a result of pilot-projects led by the "City of Knowledge" research fellows.

This innovation resulted from experimentation within a large-scale project on demand by the Civil House of the Presidency of Brazil, through the National Information Technology Institute (ITI). Second Life has been a testbed and playground for creating and moderating online learning programs on the arts, economics and sustainability as well as theatrical and entertaining 3D performances in the metaverse. It is also important to think outside the web and City of Knowledge has engaged in research and innovation projects geared towards improving the awareness of digital mobility for development.
Please list the names of organizations you are a member of, including hyperlinks for more information when possible.
Polytechnic School of the University of Sao Paulo - www.poli.usp.br

City of Knowledge - www.cidade.usp.br

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At 4:53pm on November 14, 2008, Seiiti said…
Bem vindo, Fernando! Mande meu abraço ao prof. Gilson!



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