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Climate scientist Carlos Nobre opens UNIVITIS Science, Technology and Knowledge Conference

Climate scientist Carlos Nobre opens UNIVITIS Science, Technology and Knowledge Conference

Climate scientist Carlos Nobre will participate in the opening of the event (Image: Disclosure)

With the aim of integrating the academic community into a space dedicated to academic excellence and scientific discovery, Univates, with the support of Launer Química, is promoting the 8th Congress of Science, Technology and Knowledge. The event will take place next week, on July 8, 9 and 10, and will include an opening lecture by climate scientist Carlos Nobre. In his talk, the professor will discuss, among other aspects, the climate phenomena recently recorded in the Vale do Tacuari region and in other areas of Rio Grande do Sul.

In this edition, participants will be able to learn about studies, research and extension procedures developed at Univates and other educational institutions, exchange experiences and discoveries and interact with other students, researchers and teachers. The conference covers all areas of knowledge in its thematic axes. Students, scholarship holders from extension or research projects, teachers, researchers and the internal and external academic community are welcome to participate.

The opening lecture will be held on Monday evening (8), starting at 7:00 PM, with live broadcast. On YouTube and on Univits platformThe activity will feature a Libra translator and will be open to all interested parties. Spectators who want to receive a certificate of participation must register at Univits website Follow the event on the Univates Ao Vivo platform.

More information about this event can be found here. On siteby email [email protected] Or by phone (51) 3714-7000, extension 5944.

Find out more about Carlos Nobre

Carlos Nobre received a degree in electronic engineering from the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA) in 1974 and a doctorate in meteorology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1983, and was a researcher at the National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA) and the National Institute for Space Research (INPE).

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Among many other tasks, he is responsible for the creation of the Center for Weather Forecasting and Climate Studies (CPTEC-INPE), the Center for Earth System Sciences (CCCT-INPE) and the National Center for Monitoring and Warning of Natural Disasters (Cemaden-MCTI), in addition to being a senior scientific advisor to the United Nations (UN) Panel on Global Sustainability and co-editing several reports issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). AI/FM