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Prof Dr Jose Goldemberg | Climate Change | Lifetime achievement Award

Senior Professor at  University of SAO Paulo, Brazil

José Goldemberg is a distinguished Brazilian physicist and researcher specializing in electric engineering, sustainability, renewable energy, and biofuels. He graduated with a degree in Physics from the Universidade de São Paulo (USP) in 1960 and earned his Ph.D. in Physics from the same institution in 1954. His academic journey includes a postdoctoral period and habilitation at USP.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Physics, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil, 1950-1954
  • Graduation in Physics, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil, 1945-1950

👨‍🏫 Professional Experience:

  • A retired professor at Universidade de São Paulo, Instituto de Energia e Ambiente.
  • Co-President of the Global Energy Assessment.
  • Researcher at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IASA), Austria.


Research Focus 📝:

Dr. José Goldemberg is a distinguished researcher with a multifaceted focus on environmental sustainability and energy policy. His extensive contributions span various domains, including the reduction of CO2e emissions in the transportation sector, the evolution of energy and carbon intensities in developing countries, and the critical role of biomass in meeting the Paris Agreement. With a keen interest in socioeconomic externalities, Dr. Goldemberg has assessed the impacts of hydropower plants in Brazil and delved into the complex dynamics of scaling up biofuels. Additionally, his work addresses pressing global issues such as household air pollution, health, and climate change. In the realm of global geopolitics, Dr. Goldemberg has explored the denuclearization of Brazil and Argentina, providing valuable insights into peace and nuclear disarmament. His comprehensive perspectives on the world’s energy system showcase a holistic understanding of the challenges and opportunities in shaping a sustainable future. Dr. Goldemberg’s research legacy stands as a beacon, guiding advancements in environmental science and energy policy. Research Focus Keywords: Environmental Sustainability, Energy Policy, Climate Change Mitigation, Biomass, Hydropower, Socioeconomic Externalities, Nuclear Disarmament, Global Energy System Perspectives.


  1. Citações (Citations):
    • Total de Citações: 21.236
    • Citações Desde 2019: 4.948

    Esses números indicam a quantidade total de vezes que suas obras foram citadas. A contagem desde 2019 sugere a quantidade de citações mais recentes.

  2. Índice h (h-index):
    • Índice h Total: 66
    • Índice h Desde 2019: 34

    O índice h é uma métrica que tenta quantificar tanto a produtividade quanto o impacto de um pesquisador. Por exemplo, um índice h de 66 significa que há pelo menos 66 trabalhos que foram citados pelo menos 66 vezes cada.

  3. Índice i10 (i10-index):
    • Índice i10 Total: 196
    • Índice i10 Desde 2019: 92

    O índice i10 é semelhante ao índice h, mas considera apenas os artigos que receberam pelo menos 10 citações cada.

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Jose Goldemberg | Climate Change | Lifetime achievement Award

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