Environmental Engineer (2011), MSc (2014) and PhD (2020) in Remote Sensing by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE/Brazil). Currently works as a Postdoc Researcher (FAPESP Fellowship) at the Earth Observation and Geoinformatics Division of INPE. Has experience with a diverse range of applications in the Biogeosciences, with a focus on tropical ecology, nature conservation and environmental monitoring in the Amazon forests. He specializes in conducting quantitative research using advanced types of data such as high-resolution satellite optical and airborne lidar data, as well as methods such as deep learning convolutional neural networks. His current project consist in studying large-scale patterns of canopy gap dynamics and tree mortality in Amazonia using airborne lidar and environmental/climate data.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)