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Awarded by the University of South Florida, College of Engineering, the “2014 Harry J. Pfister Award for Excellence in the Telecommunications Industry”, Paulo Marin is a recognized specialist in the ICT (Information and Communications Technology) physical infrastructure industry and has been in business for nearly 30 years. Marin has been working on telecommunications cabling systems design, specifications, training, standards leadership, project management, consulting and audit of mission-critical environments. Marin has among his clients and business partners tier one companies in both segments, private and the government. Paulo Marin brings a vast international experience and has been working on projects in The United States, Central and South America, Caribbean, and Iberia. Paulo Marin is author of several technical books published in Brazil about structured cabling systems, data centers infrastructure and building infrastructure for telecommunications cabling.
Marin holds an electrical/electronics engineer degree, a certificate in telecommunications, a master’s degree in electrical engineering on signal propagation, and a doctorate in electrical engineering on electromagnetic interference applied to telecommunications cabling systems.
Dr. Marin has been an IEEE (Institute of Electric and Electronics Engineers) member for eighteen years and a subscriber to the EMC Society (Electromagnetic Compatibility) for 14 years. He has spoken in a number of conferences on EMI/EMC issues applied to telecommunications systems in the U.S. and internationally as well, including IEEE conferences and seminars in the U.S. and South America. As a BICSI member for twenty years, Marin has served BICSI in several positions as a volunteer. He has written several technical articles for technical magazines worldwide and keeps a Q&A column in a respected Brazilian technical magazine (RTI) since 2001. He is the chairman of the ANSI/BICSI 005 committee (ESS, Electronic Safety and Security standard) since 2009, a voting member of the ANSI/BICSI 002 committee (data centers standard) in the U.S., and served as chairman of an ABNT committee (ABNT CE 03:046.05) for 15 years, responsible for standardization in structured cabling systems (commercial, residential, industrial, and data centers) in Brazil.
Dr. Marin has dedicated a significant part of his time on the development of technical literature for professionals and students in electrical engineering, ICT infrastructure, and mission-critical environments.