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Degree in electrical engineering (2002) by Mackenzie University, Master's degree in Astrophysics (2006) and PhD in Space Geophysics with emphasis on Atmospheric Sciences (2010) by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE). I have experience in the areas of Atmospheric Electricity, Lightning Detection Network in LF / VLF, High Speed Cameras and Meteorological Radar. In my Post-Doctoral financed by FAPESP, I was responsible for developing the RAMMER network (Automated Multi-camera Network for Monitoring and Study Lightning) in Group of Atmospheric Electricity (ELAT) at INPE. Nowadays he is teacher and researcher at the Institute of Science and Technology of the São Paulo State University in São José dos Campos, in the department of Environmental Engineering. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Brazil is covered by national and global lightning detection networks that use different technologies. Independently of the lightning detection network, there is always some kind of error associated to the signal acquisition or their processing. This entails, for example, in the loss of some return strokes. There are factors that are usually associated with this kind of errors. Among th...
This project proposes, for the first time, a development and applications of a high-speed cameras network for the observations and studying of lightning flashes. The high-speed cameras are being purchased by the Thematic Project (FAPESP 08/56711-4) started in December 2009 and have the ability to record high-resolution video (up to 1632 x 1200 pixels at 1000 frames per second). A robust...
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