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Sergio Nascimento Duarte


Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz (ESALQ)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Professor Sergio has a underdegree in Eng. Agronomy from UFRRJ (1983), MS in Irrigation and Drainage from ESALQ/USP (1989) and Dr. in Agricultural Engineering from UFV (1996). Currently he is Prof. Head of the Dept. by Eng. of Biosystems at ESALQ/USP, in Piracicaba - SP. He has taught Hydraulics, Hydrology and Drainage classes for the Undergraduate Courses in Agronomy and Environmental Management. He was a professor of Applied Mathematics and is currently a professor of Natural Water Control and Applied Hydrology at the Graduate Program in Eng. of Agricultural Systems at ESALQ, of which he is also part of the Coordinating Committee. He was Vice Coordinator of the PPG in Irrigation and Drainage at ESALQ and member of the Piracicaba, Capivari and Jundiaí River Basin Committee for 6 years. He develops research in the areas of Hydrology, Salinity and Drainage. He is the Coordinator of the Laboratory of Applied and Environmental Hydrology at ESALQ, a member of the Hydrology Research Groups at UNICAMP, CNPq and the Basin Group at USP/Embrapa, in addition to representing ESALQ at the Municipal Council of Science and Technology and Innovation of Piracicaba. He is a member of the TWRA (Tropical Water Research Alliance), of the ESALQ Environmental Management Course Committee, Vice-Coordinator of the Extension Group Revitalizing Parks and a CNPq productivity fellow since 2003. He is a member of the Dept's Council and is registered to guide at master's and doctoral levels, and supervise Post-Doctoral students in the Post-Graduate Program in Agricultural Systems Engineering at ESALQ/USP. Mais sobre USP (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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