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He graduated in Physics from the University of São Paulo (2001), has master's degree in Computational Physics (2004) and PhD in Computational Physics (2008) both from the University of São Paulo. He is currently a researcher at the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa). He has experience in computational physics, with emphasis on modeling and simulation, acting on the following topics: mathematical-computational modeling of agricultural and environmental systems, complex networks, pattern recognition, atomic and molecular spectroscopy and carbon cycle modeling in soils. He also works in the development of calibration models for quantification of nutrients, carbon and contaminants in soils using photonic techniques; the characterization of the structure of soil organic matter; and classification models for diagnosis of biotic and abiotic stresses plants also using photonic techniques (spectroscopy and imaging). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a suitable atomic emission technique for rapid elemental analysis of materials in any physical state (solid, liquid or gaseous). In comparison with conventional analytical techniques, LIBS has several advantages, such as high spatial resolution, little or no sample preparation and remote detection. The spectra obtained via LIBS contain info...
Climate change is a reality and can cause serious impacts on agricultural production in the world, especially in Brazil. Thus, in 2009 the Brazilian government established the National Policy on Climate Change (NPCC) and created in 2010 the Low Carbon Agriculture Plan (ABC) for sustainable agricultural production to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases. Because of the difficulty, the...
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