Associate Professor at UNICAMP. Academic Recognition Prize Zeferino Vaz (2016). CNPq Productivity scholar since 2008. Editorial board member of PARC Journal (2020). Architecture and Urbanism degree (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, 1993), Master of Science (1998) and Doctorate titles in Civil Engineering from Universidade de São Paulo (2003). Fulbright fellow for the Capes/Fulbright Visiting Professor/researcher Program in the USA at the University of Pittsburgh (2010) and Harvard University (2014). Jeffrey Cook Scholar, Society of Building Science Educators (SBSE) in 2010, and CAPES Fellow in post-doctoral research in the U.S. in 2010/11 (ranked first within the Engineering group). Reviewer of national and international journals, and member of the organizing committees (SASBE2012, SB10Brazil, CBCS08/09, claCS'04) and scientific conferences such as WSB (Barcelona 14, Helsinki 11, Melbourne 08, Tokyo 05) and regional SBE19,SB16, SB13, South-East Asia 2004/07); SBCS08/09; PLEA 2007. Has collaborated with prestigious research and higher education institutions nationally and abroad, including the International Council for Research & Innovation in Building & Construction and as a scholar at Harvard University. Experience in Architecture and Civil Engineering [Sustainable Design and Construction, Environmental Assessment of building projects and Life Cycle Assessment]. With +250 articles in journals and congresses, he has already interacted with +280 collaborators. The research group certified by CNPq "NEXES - Núcleo de Excelência em Escórias Siderúrgicas", which she co-leads, received the Ecology Award 2005 for the development of low environmental impact construction products, resulting in seven pending patent applications. Regional coordinator (Americas) of the W116 Commission - Smart and Sustainable Built Environments, of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB), and ad hoc advisor to the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) on life cycle assessment and policies for energy efficiency in the built environment; and to the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), on strategic environmental assessment.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)