Bio

I study vehicular emissions and its impact on air quality. I develop R packages with Fortran interfaces make the calculations faster. I have worked with big data of GPS IoT to develop traffic flow. I developed the model VEIN to estimate vehicular emission. VEIN is used in many countries in the globe and includes emission factors for China, Europe, Brazil and United States. I collaborate with researches in air quality, mobility and climate change.

Work

Universidade de São Paulo | São Paulo, Brazil

Postdoc | November 2017

Chinese Academy of Sciences | Changchun, China

Postdoc | 2019

Education

Universidade de São Paulo | São Paulo, Brazil

Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science | July 2013 - October 2017

Universidad de Chile | Santiago, Chile

MSc. in Environmental Management| March 2010 - May December 2011

Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana | Santiago, Chile

BS. Engineer in risk prevention and environment| March 2003 - May December 2007

Sergio Ibarra-Espinosa


Bio

I study vehicular emissions and its impact on air quality. I develop R packages with Fortran interfaces make the calculations faster. I have worked with big data of GPS IoT to develop traffic flow. I developed the model VEIN to estimate vehicular emission. VEIN is used in many countries in the globe and includes emission factors for China, Europe, Brazil and United States. I collaborate with researches in air quality, mobility and climate change.

Work

Universidade de São Paulo | São Paulo, Brazil

Postdoc | November 2017

Chinese Academy of Sciences | Changchun, China

Postdoc | 2019

Education

Universidade de São Paulo | São Paulo, Brazil

Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science | July 2013 - October 2017

Universidad de Chile | Santiago, Chile

MSc. in Environmental Management| March 2010 - May December 2011

Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana | Santiago, Chile

BS. Engineer in risk prevention and environment| March 2003 - May December 2007