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graduate at Bacharelado em Física from Universidade Federal do Paraná (2005) and master's at Astronomy from Universidade de São Paulo (2008) and PHD in astronomy in USP (2012). Since 2012, I am a member of LLAMA (Long Latin America Millimetric Array), and because of this, I have been two times working at IRAM (Institut de Radioastronomie Millimetrique), Grenoble, France. The first time was financial supported by the Science Without Borders program (7 months) and the second time supported by FAPESP (10 months). On the last two years, I have worked on the astrochemistry group of IAG/USP, acting on development of scientific works and organizing training to our group. Main subjects: Astrochemistry, Astrophysics, Radio Astronomy. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The objective of this project is prepare targets to be study with LLAMA (Long Latin American Millimeter Array), that initially it will consist of one antenna installed in the Argentina size of Atacama desert, around 150 Km of ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter Array). The radiotelescope of LLAMA project will operates at initial phase in frequencies of 43, 100 and 660 GHz, the first one is c...
The Commissioning and Science Verification (CSV) phase of a telescope is a very important and fundamental step in the process of preparing and supporting the scientific mission of an observatory. The LLAMA observatory, a joint project between Brazil and Argentina located on the Argentine side of the Atacama Desert, will harbor a 12 m antenna. The antenna is under-construction by Vertex ...
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