MSc Nubia Gabriela Pereira Carvalho
Nubia is Research Associate (PhD) at the University of São Paulo (USP), the best university in Latin America. Master’s in Production Engineering from the School of Engineering of São Carlos – University of São Paulo (EESC/USP). Graduation in Administration from the University of the State of Minas Gerais (UEMG/Campus Passos).Technical Course in Administration at the State School of Furnas.
Nubia is dedicated full time to research activities
Responsabilities: Collaboration in the research group whose manager is Professor Mateus Gerolamo; Development of administrative activities related to the research group management.
Consulting Hours: by appointment
Areas of interest: Human Work in Industry 4.0;Human-to-Machine (H2M) Interactions in Industry 4.0; Sustainable Manufacturing 4.0.
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Current work (PhD)
Title: Proposal of interactions between men, machines and technologies considering Human Work in Industry 4.0: Study at the strategic, managerial and operational levels of two industrial companies of the automotive segment
Theme: Work interactions between people, machines and technologies in Industry 4.0.
Goal: This project aims to carry out a proposition of Human-to-Machine (H2M), Human-to-Tech (H2T), Human-to-Machineto-Tech (H2M2T), and Tech-to-Machine-to-Human (T2M2H) interactions to the work performed by people in Industry 4.0 at the strategic, managerial and operational levels of two industrial companies in the automotive segment with manufacturing activities in Brazil.
Abstract: Industry 4.0 is an industrial model considered new that characterizes advanced manufacturing as a Fourth Industrial Revolution. This new industrial configuration includes design principles that denote its innovative and disruptive performance compared to industry 3.0, such as being an intelligent, interconnected, sustainable, modular and service-oriented factory, for example. Industry 4.0 also encompasses a wide range of technologies that contribute to the permanence of design principles and these perform tasks ranging from physical effort to analytical capacity. This set of technologies has been seen as a potential replacement for people as collaborators in industry 4.0. Little is known about how human work can be used in this industry, from the highest strategic roles to the operational and repetitive tasks, so that people can interact with machines and technologies and because they are advised, not completely replaced by them. In this context, this project aims to carry out a proposition of Human-to-Machine (H2M), Human-to-Tech (H2T), Human-to-Machineto-Tech (H2M2T), and Tech-to-Machine-to-Human (T2M2H) interactions to the work performed by people in Industry 4.0 at the strategic, managerial and operational levels of two industrial companies in the automotive segment with manufacturing activities in Brazil. The fundamental method for the formulation of the described propositions consists of carrying out case studies of the Incorporated Approach type. Such case studies will be used as a basis for making diagnoses of the current situation and, later, for formulating propositions. The results aim to contribute to the current academic and scientific literature, and to contribute to the formulation of guidelines for industrial companies and government programs regarding how to use the human and technological potential of industrial companies and how to integrate them.
Keywords: Industry 4.0; Human work in industry 4.0; Strategic, Managerial and Operational 4.0; H2M2T interaction; T2M2H interaction.
Previous work (Master):
Title: Human work in industry 4.0: Brazilian and German perceptions of the academic and business sectors regarding the work of people in the new industrial model.
Theme: Human Work in Industry 4.0.
Goal: The objective of this work was to assess the perceptions of Brazilian and German professionals in the academic and business sectors regarding the work performed by people for the new industrial context presented by the industry 4.0.
Abstract: The Industry 4.0 or Fourth Industrial Revolution is an imminent model that has been expected and observed as disruptive to the manufacturing characteristics verified so far. This industrial model 4.0 includes in itself an extensive set of intelligent, integrated and effective technologies capable of performing a little more than productive physical effort. Such technologies with potential for productive efforts, as well as receiving, sharing and analyzing data and information, and still able to act with autonomy, may be possible substitute for human work. The objective of this work was to assess the perceptions of Brazilian and German professionals in the academic and business sectors regarding the work performed by people for the new industrial context presented by the industry. In order to carry out the research, categories of analysis were elaborated, which are “Knowledge about Industry 4.0”, “Technologies interfering in Human Work”, “Human Resources”, “Hierarchical Organizational Structure”, “Education for Employees 4.0” “Employability for Employees 4.0”. After establishing these categories of analysis, the instrument of data collection could be elaborated. This consists of a closed questionnaire, consisting of fifty questions distributed among the said categories of analysis. The instrument used was the same for the academic and business sectors, in their Portuguese versions to the Brazilian participants, and in English to the German participants. In order to better treat and analyze the data derived from the participants’ statements, the five-point Likert scale was given, which are I fully agree (5), I agree (4), I don’t agree or disagree (3), I disagree (2) and I fully disagree (1). After the scale was assigned, the median was established as a centralization measure, so that the participants’ perceptions could be analyzed in an integrated way. In this way, the analysis of Brazilian and German academic perceptions was carried out first, secondly the Brazilian and German business perceptions, and finally, the contrast between the perceptions of the academic sector and the business sector of Brazil and Germany.
Keywords: Industry 4.0. Fourth Industrial Revolution. Human Work. Academic Sector. Business Sector.
Link of PDF: https://www.teses.usp.br/teses/disponiveis/18/18157/tde-10032020-132144/pt-br.php
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