Professional Experience

- Worked for more than 20 years in CETESB as Environmental Quality Department Manager;
- Appointed Director of the National Institute of Meteorology - INMET;
- Acted as Prof. collaborator at the Faculty of Public Health of the University of São Paulo (FSP- USP)
- Acted as Prof. the Astronomical and Geophysical Institute of the University of São Paulo (IAG-USP);
- Member of CREA-SP - Regional Council of Engineering and Agronomy of the State of São Paulo - CREA-SP;
- Acted as President of the Air Waste Management Association A & WMA - Brazilian Section,


Mathematical Models Application in Studies on Dispersion, Air Quality control, Climate, Air Management, and Risks

Guidance for installation of meteorological station and air quality station

Project Management and Coordination in the Area of Environmental Quality

Numerical Simulation of Accidental Leaks for Risk Management

Climate Characterization Studies for Atmospheric Dispersion for planning and Location of Industrial districts, Thermoelectric Plants and Mining activity impacts

Advice on Climate and Air Quality Characterization for 

Simulation projects for planning and resizing the network of Air Quality measurement stations

Training, Courses and Lectures in the Area of Air Quality Control and Climate for general institutions

For animation, a very important video on the destruction of the ozone layer produced by the ECMWF (European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts) was selected. It shows that the decrease in concentrations of the ozone layer in the stratosphere has the consequence of the formation of the ozone hole over the Antarctic continent. Each year the hole expands due to the presence of undesirable gases and the complex meteorological processes and photochemical reactions that occur continuously in the stratosphere.