Division Head at Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory
Undergraduate in Physics with a background in fabrication and characterization of electronic devices, including sensors and sensing networks. Maters in Applied Physics. Graduate in Physics at Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf (2006) in Germany. Group leader at the Institute of Integrative Nanosciences at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden in Germany (2008-2012). Coordinated the research group of nanostructured devices at Chemnitz University of Technology (2010-2012). Currently is the head of the Device’s division at the Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory at the Brazilian center for research in energy and materials. I am also a professor in the graduate program of both Physics and Chemistry Institute at Campinas State University (Unicamp), Brazil. Since 2015 I coordinate the Nanodevices and Nanosensors network of the SibratecNano (Brazilian System of Technology for Research in Nanotechnology), whose goal is to support the technological development of Brazilian companies, providing conditions to increase their rates and, this way, contributing to the increase in the aggregate value of the revenue, productivity and competitiveness in domestic and international markets.