Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory
He is a researcher at the Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory in Campinas, Brazil. He did graduate in Physics (1991) and received the master's degree in Physics (1994) from the State University of Campinas. He did receive the PhD in Electric Engineering (Microelectronics) from the University of São Paulo (1999) working with low energy electron lithography. He joined to the Department of Physics of the University at Albany as associated researcher (1999-2008) to work with interconnect technology and wide gap materials (GaN and SiC) using transmission electron microscopy under guidance of Prof. T.S. Kuan.
Researcher - Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory
Keep and run the electron microscopy facility. Training and supervision ofuser to the facility. Transmission and scanning electron microscopy for material science is the facility core. Research of new material for micreletronics.