Bachelor at University of São Paulo - USP (2000) in Electrical Engineering. Master's degree in Electrical Engineering (Microwave Group) at University of São Paulo (2007). Dissertation: Design of microwave band-pass filters using dual-mode patch resonators . Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at University of São Paulo and at University of Grenoble, Minatec ( IMEP-LAHC lab), France. Thesis: Synthesis and Design of Tunable Microwave Bandpass Filters using Planar Patch Resonators (2011). Professional experience in telecommunications systems (at Nortel Networks), and in development of RF hardware, specially radars and satellites working for Thales/Omnisys. Research experience in Electric Engineering, focusing on Electromagnetic Theory, Microwave Circuits and Components. She authored 4 patents, 2 already published and 2 others deposited. She was at the IMEP-LAHC laboratory in Grenoble, France for her post-doctoral work on the design of millimetric-wave passive circuits. She went back to Brazil under the Ciência sem Fronteiras program, as a Young Researcher in a millimeter-wave project in 2012. In the same year, she became Professor at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC). She was coordinator of FAPESP Young Researcher Project and CNPq Universal Project about alternative technologies for millimeter-wave devices. Currently, she is Professor at the Polytechnic School of USP, part of the Laboratório Internacional Associado franco-brasileiro LIA Maxwel and coordinator of a Multi-user equipment for characterization up to 110 GHz (https://sites.usp.br/centrommw/).
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)