Bachelor in Chemistry (2006), Master (2009) and PhD (2013) in Science, physical-chemistry, at University of São Paulo. My research interest is the field of Surface Science for the development of fuel cells and batteries, encompassing the synthesis and characterization of novel materials (nano and microstructured) and the investigation of interface reactions (solid-liquid) by using real time analysis (in situ and on line). The most recent researches are related to the next-generation of sodium-metal chloride batteries (new cell design, novel process of active material preparation, performance tests and batteries building) and the experimental development of battery energy storage system. I have expertise with technological transfer (abroad), laboratorial process implementation and prototypes manufacture. My professional experience enrolled as assistant researcher at University of São Paulo (2007-2013), fellow researcher at University of Campinas (2013-2015) and Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (2013-2015), visiting researcher at Battery Consult AG (2015-2016; 2018) and fellow-lecturer at UNICAMP (2014-2014) and Federal University of Latin-American Integration (2017-2017). Currently I am working as senior researcher and R&D project leader at Itaipu Technological Park (2015-present).
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)