Degree in History (2007) and Geography (2012) by the University of Ponta Grossa. Master Degree in Geography - Territory Management (2010), with the dissertation's theme: The intellectual trajectory of the paleontologist Frederico Waldemar Lange (1911-1988) and the History of Geosciences. Ph.D. in Science by the University of Campinas (2014), with the theme related to Petroleum in Brazil between 1864 and 1968. During 2014 and 2017, she concluded her Postdoctoral in Scientific and Technological Research at the University of Campinas. She was a visiting scholar/researcher in the Oklahoma State University, United States, from August 2015 to July 2016 (BEPE/FAPESP). Between September and November of 2017, she was a Residential Fellow at Linda Hall Library, United States, working on the project entitled "Cornucopia: The Hunger for Energy Resources in South America." In 2018, she was appointed and elected board member of the Petroleum History Institute of the United States. She concluded her second postdoctoral in 2018, in the Scientific Division of Environmental Management, Science and Technology - Institute of Energy and Environment, University of São Paulo, working on the energy transition topic. She is currently a Young Researcher/Collaborating Researcher at the Institute of Energy and Environment and Research Center for Gas Innovation, University of São Paulo. She is responsible for the project Transitions in the History of Energy: development and new perspectives on natural gas in Brazil, financed by Foundation for Research Support of São Paulo (FAPESP - Process 2017/18208-8 and 2018/26388-9). She has worked in Energy Transition, History of Energy and Technology, Science and Technology Studies, and Decarbonization of the transportation and electricity sector.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)