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, www.awma.org/sections

Activities

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 
EIA / RIMA

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

Softwares

SECA is an official distributor in Brazil of Lakes Environmental Software, a reseller of Lakes products in the area of software for modeling atmospheric dispersion (https://www.weblakes.com/company/distributors.html#south)

AERMOD ViewTM (Gaussian Plume Air Dispersion Model)

AERMOD View is a complete and powerful air dispersion-modeling package, which seamlessly incorporates the following popular U.S. EPA air dispersion models into one integrated interface:

  · AERMOD   · ISCST3   · ISC-PRIME

These US EPA air dispersion models are used extensively to assess pollution concentration and deposition from a wide variety of sources.

The AMS/EPA Regulatory Model (AERMOD) is the next generation air dispersion model based on planetary boundary layer theory.

AERMOD utilizes a similar input and output structure to ISCST3 and shares many of the same features, as well as offering additional features.

AERMOD fully incorporates the PRIME building downwash algorithms, advanced depositional parameters, local terrain effects, and advanced meteorological turbulence calculations.

Mathematical Model CALPUFF ViewTM

CALPUFF View provides a complete graphical solution for the CALPUFF modeling system: CALPUFF, CALMET, CALPOST, and their related pre- and post-processors. All three modeling systems are supported by the interface:

 · USEPA Approved Version 5.8  · Version 6  · Version 7

CALPUFF View includes powerful and independent QA tools, stunning report-ready results, ready for technical dispersion reports and a wide range of visualization options.

CALPUFF is a sophisticated model and is used in many modeling scenarios including:

 · Toxic pollutant deposition
 · Visibility assessments
 · Complex terrain
 · Secondary pollutant formation
 · Long range and overwater transport
 · Building downwash

· Costal interaction effects
· Dry deposition
· Fumigation conditions
· Chemical transformation
· Sub-hourly time steps

Risk Planning (Mathematical Models):

·  EcoRisk View is an advanced ecological risk assessment program.
·  SEVEX View is an advanced 3D model of dense gas over complex terrain.
·  SLAB View - Simulation of accidental leaks of denser gases than air.

Other Products Mathematical Model of Simulation: 

·  CCALRoads View is a model for predicting the impacts of pollutants near highways.
·  AERMETView - AERMOD Preprocessor of meteorological data.
·  SCREEN View is used to estimate worst-case concentrations for a single source.
·  WRPlot View - Wind rose plots meteorological data.

Weather Stations

Practical, versatile and economical monitoring solutions. Supply of stations, installation, training, data processing and analysis for environmental studies and several applications.


Sensor of relative humidity and air temperature

Check the operation of the station by running the mouse over the image


Anemometer
Measures wind speed and direction



Pluviometer
Measures rainfall


Leaf sensor
Measures the degree sensitivity of the leaves


UV sensor
Measures solar, global and ultra-violet radiation


Alarm
System failure indicator


Data collector
Real-time preview

Actinograph measures and stores the intensity of solar radiation to supply the lack of electricity