Graduated in Materials Engineering (2004) from the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), doctorate in Science and Materials Engineering (2009) from the University of São Paulo (USP), and post-doctorate at the Institute of Physics of São Carlos - USP (2010). He did a research internship (visiting fellow) during his doctorate at Harvard University (USA) and during his graduation at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany). He is a Researcher The Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA) since 2010, working at the Embrapa Instrumentation unit, and currently executive secretary of the Internal Technical Committee (CTI). He has been a CNPq Research Productivity Scholarship since 2012, currently at the 1D level, and also an advisor professor at UFSCar since 2012, being accredited in the Graduate Programs in Chemistry (PPGQ) and Biotechnology (PPGBiotec). He is the author / co-author of more than 120 international scientific articles (Index H = 25 on the Web of Science, H = 26 on Scopus and H = 31 on Google Scholar), 14 book chapters, has submitted 5 patent applications, and has Some hundreds of works generated in congresses in Brazil and abroad. He has supervised / co-supervised more than 30 undergraduate students (IC or monograph of course completion), 10 master's students, 10 doctoral students and supervised / co-supervised 11 post-doctoral students. He currently holds the position of Associate Editor for 2 international scientific journals: Journal of Cluster Science (Springer) and Frontiers in Sensors - Section: Chemical Sensors (Frontiers). He has experience in the field of Materials Science and Engineering and Nanotechnology, with a focus on polymers and composite nanomaterials for applications in agriculture, the environment and biotechnology. He works / has worked on the following themes: polymeric and composite nanofibers, nanostructured films, sensors and biosensors, slow input release systems, pollutant adsorption systems, active packaging, laser microfabrication and material spectroscopy.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)