The e&e staff is multidisciplinary. Most of us were connected to the energy and/or
Each one of us speaks for him/herself and you should not wonder if
sometimes our opinion are divergent. Articles from other authors besides those from our
staff may be submitted to e&e.
Some of our members were in the group that wrote the book Brasil : O
crescimento poss?el - Editora Bertrand, 1996.
Carlos Feu Alvim
Physicist, Master of Nuclear Sciences and Techniques UFMG, Docteur
dEtat in Physics by the Grenoble University. Current ABACCs secretary.
He was Professor at UFMG, Researcher at CNEN, NUCLEBRAS, CETEC,
Undersecretary of Technological Planning at STI/MIC, Technical Adviser to CNE/PR,
Technological Planning Coordinator at SCT/PR.
Master in Nuclear Engineering IME, Bachelor in Mathematics. Worked in
CNEN from 1966 to1994 in the Reactor Physics, Information Analysis and Consolidation and
Emergency Planning areas.
Genserico Encarna?o Jr.
Economist with Master Degree in Economy from the Getulio Vargas
Foundation. Diploma of Project Analysis from the Institute of Social Studies, Haia, the
Among his functions we point out:
Superintendent of Petrobras Planning Service
General Coordinator of MMEs Energy Policy
Assistant Coordinator of the Mercosul Energy Policy Sub-group.
Jo? Ant?io Moreira Patusco
Civil engineer, General Cordinator of Integrated Studies at the Secretary
Energy of the the Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy - MME. He was commissioned for
several functions at MME and at the National Energy Commission . He is responsible for the
Brazilian Energy Balance since 1979. (translation to
Jose Domingos Gonzales Miguez
Economist and Electronic Engineer - Special Adviser to the Ministry of
Science and Technology. He was a member of the Organizing Committee of Energy
Omar Campos Ferreira
Civil Engineer, Adjoint Professor at UFMG, He was Director of the
Institute of Radioactive Research ( now CDTN) /CNEN.
Maria do Carmo Peixoto da Silveira
Journalist; Adviser to the Ministry of Science and Technology.