Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Ourinhos
(Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Geographer from Unesp. Master in physical geography from USP and PhD in human geography also from USP, where have been developing scientific research involving the application of Remote Sensing to identify space-temporal change patterns on the Earth's surface, especially to mapping of urban sprawl and the relationship between housing and poverty in metropolitan region of São Paulo. Since 2014 is a Professor and researcher at the Federal University of Bahia, working at the Department of transport engineering and Geodesy of the Polytechnic School in UFBA. Also Is Geographic Information Systems consultant for the Instituto Polis, where he held the position of Geographer (Full) and continues working on the interface between academia and consulting for implementation of spatial analysis tools in decision making. He is currently a Research Scholar at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory/Columbia University in New York, where he develops research in the application of linear spectral mixture models for the study of changes in the Earth's surface over time, especially in the detection and mapping of slums and urban sprawl. Since 2018 is a member of the Young Scholars Commitee of the IGU urban commission and is one of the techinical coordinators of the Urban Infrastructre mappping in the MapBiomas Project.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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