Bachelor in Chemistry (2007) and Master's degree in Analytical Chemistry (2010) at São Paulo State University (Institute of Chemistry, UNESP Araraquara), Doctor's degree in Analytical Chemistry (2014) at Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) and Degree in Chemistry (2019) by the Mozarteum Faculty of São Paulo. I did a research internship at Wake Forest University (North Carolina, USA) in 2013 and 2017. Research internship abroad at Wake Forest University (North Carolina, USA) in 2013 and 2017. Postdoctoral internship at UFSCar (2015-2017), UNESP (2018-2019) and CENA-USP (2019- 2020). I have experience in Analytical Chemistry with emphasis on the development of new calibration methods (SDA, MEC and MICal), sample preparation (digest block, CHDS and microwave), spectrometric techniques such as UV-Vis spectrophotometry, absorption spectrometry atomic and molecular (LS F AAS, HR-CS F AAS, GF AAS and HR-CS GF AAS, HR-CS MAS), direct solids analysis (SS), tungsten filament spectrometry (WC AAS and WC AES) and plasma source techniques (LIBS, ICP OES, MIP OES and ICP-MS) for determining trace and ultra-trace elements in agro-industrial, geological samples, medicines, foods, beverages, fuels and plants. I am currently a PhD professor at the Division of Development of Analytical and Nuclear Methods and Techniques (DVTEC) at the Center for Nuclear Energy in Agriculture (CENA / USP) in Brazil.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)