Prof. Dr Luis Antonio Bittar Venturi

Luis Antonio Venturi Bittar Master's (since 1993) and doctor (since 2001) in Science (Physical Geography) from the University of São Paulo, where he also graduated (1986) and has licensed it. He is currently Full Professor at the University of São Paulo in the graduation of the Department of Geography, and Professor and Program Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Physical Geography, guiding research masters and doctorate. Operates in the areas of Geography of Natural Resources, Theory, Method and Techniques Course and Research Laboratory in Geography, topics on which he has lectured, published articles and books, such as the "Geography - practical field, laboratory and living class' (Ed. Sarandi, 2011). It appraiser ad hoc, by the MEC, referee of institutions fostering research and specialized publications. conducted post-doctorate in Natural Resources in the Geography Department of the University of Damascus (Syria) in 2011, a member of the Syrian Geographical Society. in the UK, a member 'fellowship' of the Royal Geographical Society and the Institute of Geographers Bristish where he also served as a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge between 2013 and 2014. (Text informed by the author) 2012 Free teaching. University of São Paulo, USP, Brazil. Title: Middle East: sharing and technology reversing the prospect of water shortages and conflicts, year of obtaining: 2012. Keywords: water resources; scarcity; conflict; sharing; technology. Major Area: Humanities. Major Area: Humanities / Area: Geography / Subarea: Geography of Natural Resources. 2013 - 2014 Postdoctoral. University of Cambridge, CAM, England. 2010 - 2011 Postdoctoral. University of Damascus, UD, Syria. Fellow (a): the Foundation for Research of the State of São Paulo, FAPESP, Brazil. Major Area: Humanities. 1997 - 2001 Doctorate in Geography (Physical Geography). University of São Paulo, USP, Brazil. Title: Itapecerica da Serra: occupation and land use, year Obtaining: 2001. Advisor: Felisberto Gentleman. Fellow (a): National Council for Scientific and Technological Development, CNPq, Brazil. 1988 - 1993 MA in Geography (Physical Geography). University of São Paulo, USP, Brazil. Title: Emas National Park: Management and degradation Obtaining Year: 1993. Advisor: Felisberto Gentleman. Fellow (a): Higher Education Personnel Improvement Coordination, CAPES, Brazil. 1983 - 1986 Degree in Geography. University of São Paulo, USP, Brazil