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BSc in Agricultural Engineering from State University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil (1980), MSc in Agricultural Engineering from Université Laval , Québec, Canada(1984) and PhD in Agricultural Engineering from Texas Tech University, USA (1989). Coordinator of the Energy Planning Center - NIPE-UNICAMP (1997-2002 and 2012-2013) and Adjunct Coordinator of Special Programs of FAPESP. Presently is a Professor at FEAGRI-UNICAMP and a Researcher from Interdisciplinary Center of Energy Studies-NIPE/UNICAMP. Has experience Bioenergy, mainly in sugarcane ethanol. Presently, works in verifying the potential ethanol production in selected countries of Latin America and Africa. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Modern and sustainable bioenergy production may be an effective way to substitute substantial portions of energy demand for transportation in the future. According to Doornbosch and Steenblik (2007), 60% of the total world's potentially available land could be used produce bioenergy by 2050 (440Mha), of which around 60% (250Mha) will be in Latin America & Caribbean and 180Mha in Africa...
The aviation industry is highly committed to reduce carbon dioxide making air transportation sustainable! Among the actions, several companies are considering the use of sustainable biofuels to replace fossil kerosene. Biofuels, if produced sustainably, can be an ideal technical solution (as "drop in fuel") and also create quality jobs and wealth, both locally and globally. With these o...
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