Graduated in Environmental Chemistry at São Paulo State University (IBILCE-UNESP; 2009), Master's degree (2012) and PhD (2016) in Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry) at Institute of Chemistry of Araraquara (IQ-UNESP). In PhD the research developed was focused on the evaluation of feasibility of applying waste to energy generation through thermal processes (combustion, oxy-combustion) and biological process (anaerobic digestion). She was professor at the Department of Analytical Chemistry of IQ-UNESP, giving the disciplines of Qualitative Analytical Chemistry and Quantitative Analytical Chemistry. Works in the areas of Environmental Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry, with emphasis on Bioenergy / Renewable Energy from waste, working on the following topics: biomass characterization, biomass combustion kinetics, energy reuse of anaerobic sludge and agroindustrial waste, biological production of hydrogen from the digestion of high organic charge residues, bioelectrochemical systems and photocatalytic/photoelectrocatalytic conversion of CO2 into fuels.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)