Researcher in Photovoltaic Cells and Obtaining Hydrogen Gas from Semiconductor Materials
It is necessary to cre
ate a support network among women so that we can become stronger within the hydrogen field
I am an energy engineer from the University of Brasília (UnB), where I had the opportunity to research photovoltaic cells and their composition. I have a specialization in Energy Diagnostics from the National Service for Industrial Learning (Senai) and I'm doing my master's degree in the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Energy and Sustainability at the Federal University of Latin American Integration where I work as a researcher in the area of obtaining hydrogen gas from the photoelectrochemical water splitting method. Furthermore, I am a volunteer at the Energy Geopolitics Observatory, which is an integrated research and extension project linked to the Center for Strategic Studies, Geopolitics, and Regional Integration (NEEGI) at the Federal University of Latin American Integration, in Foz do Iguaçu - PR, Brazil.