Round Table Panel

Date

Wednesday, 14 November 2018
Start Time:
4:20 pm
End Time:
5:35 pm

Speakers

Claudio Jorge Martins de SouzaANP - National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and BiofuelsSuperintendent of Technical DataGEOLOGIST - UFRRJ, 1989. SPECIALIZATION IN SANITARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING - UERJ, 1991. MASTER DEGREE IN ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY - UFF, 1995. EXTENSION - Geochemical Analysis Laboratory - State University New York at Stony Brook - Marine Science Research Center (MSRC), 1993. MBA - Oil and Gas - UFRJ/COPPE, 2000. CURRENTLY: ANP - National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels, Specialist in Regulation since 2005. Superintendent of Technical Data - Superintendent
Fabiano ThompsonUFRJ/COPPEProfessor at UFRJ, COPPE, IBPost doctorate at Ghent University, Belgium (2003-2004), Ph.D. Biochemistry at Ghent University, Belgium (2003), M.S. Biological Oceanography at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (1999), B.S. Oceanography Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (1997). From 2014 to present works at COPPE-UFRJ, Rio, as professor in the Production Engineer Program. Has over 160 published papers, 01 ASM edited book, 01 The Prokaryotes 4ed. Edited.
Fabio Di DarioUFRJ/NUPEMAssociate ProfessorFabio Di Dario is Associate Professor II at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), in the Centre for Ecology and Socio-environmental Development of Macaé (NUPEM / UFRJ). He holds a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences from the Institute of Biosciences of the University of São Paulo (USP) (1996), a Master's and Doctorate in Zoology from the Institute of Biosciences of USP (1999 and 2005) and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Museum of Zoology of the University of São Paulo (MZUSP)(2006-2007). During the years of 2002 and 2003 he was a pre-doctoral fellow at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution (USNM). He has experience in Zoology, with emphasis on Systematics, Morphology, Evolution, Biogeography and Conservation of Recent groups of fishes. He is currently the Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Environmental Sciences and Conservation (PPG-CiAC) at UFRJ, where he teaches in the Master and Doctorate. He is a member of the Deliberative Council of the Brazilian Society of Ichthyology (SBI), is a member of the GEOPROF - Deep Sea Fishes Research Group, and is co-leader of the GSE, Group of Systematics and Evolutionary Biology, both Research Groups of CNPq. He is also curator of the Fish Collection of NUPEM/UFRJ (NPM), and has acted in Outreach and Science Communication.
Cristiano VilardoIBAMAEnvironmental AnalystCristiano has a Biology background and a Masters in Environmental Planning. Since 2002, he works as Environmental Analyst in IBAMA's oil and gas licensing office. He has experience with environmental impact assessment of seismic surveys, and is currently involved with some environmental data management initiatives. He was the coordinator of IBAMA's oil and gas licensing office from 2011 to 2014.
Taran Mari ThuneUniversity of OsloProfessor - Centre for Technology, Innovation and CultureTaran Thune is professor of innovation management and policy at the University of Oslo, Norway. Her work concerns innovation processes and outcomes in multiple industries and economic sectors. She has recently completed a large research project on the transformation of the petroleum industry, looking particularly at innovation, technology transfer and diversification of petroleum supply firms, which has resulted in the book “Petroleum industry transformations : lessons from Norway and beyond” (published by Routledge).
Steinar SanniNORCEChief scientistSteinar Sanni is Chief scientist at the Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE), and Associate professor at the University of Stavanger. He has more than thirty years of multidisciplinary experience as researcher within aquatic sciences, ranging from marine ecotoxicology and lake pollution to fish aquaculture. Development of methods and knowledge for environmental risk and monitoring related to oil and gas activities offshore has been his main focus the last twenty years.