Hey everyone, my name is Rodrigo Alves. I started my Post Master position in the ATTO project in May of 2019. I’m a biologist and graduated from the Federal University of Pampa (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil). During my studies, I worked with the effect of climate change on plant communities in Antarctica and participated in three Antarctic expeditions. Now, I have the chance to learn more about those effects in the Amazon rainforest.
Hello everyone, my name is Leslie Kremper and I started my Ph.D. in November of 2018. I’m a biologist and I will analyze the morphology, composition and hygroscopicity of single aerosol particles from the Amazon with different techniques.
Hello everyone, my name is Debora Pinheiro. I am a newcomer of the ATTO project and started my Ph.D. at INPA earlier this year. I’m a biologist and I love working with plants! In my Ph.D. project I get to look into the interaction of physical, chemical and biological factors and how they regulate how VOCs are released into the atmosphere.
I’m Michelle Robin and I am in the first year of a Master’s in Ecology program at the INPA. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and during my undergraduate, I had the opportunity to explore many different fields in biology, from microbiology to herpetology. But I was always mostly interested in plant sciences.