Associate Director, Center for Geospatial Research
Dr. Bernardes’ expertise include software development and the design and implementation of large geospatial projects. His primary research involves analyses of large datasets, including time series of remotely sensed images, ground-based climate data and derived metrics to assess vegetation responses to natural and anthropogenic-related environmental changes.
- BS Agricultural Engineering, Brazilian National Institute for Space Research
- MSc in Remote Sensing, Brazilian National Institute for Space Research
- Ph.D. Geography, University of Georgia