Rua da Palha, 31 – Cidade Baixa
Phone numbers: +55-62-81302538/34461544/34461215
Interpreter and translator (Portuguese/English/Portuguese) during one year, for GEIPOT (Brazilian Transport Planning Company) – Brasilia – 1976
I a) BRAZILIAN FOREIGN OFFICE
Nine years in Brasilia (Cultural Affairs, operation of telecommunications equipment (including cryptographic machines), Chancellery Officer at the Press Room of the Minister’s Office – 1977/86.
Six months in San Salvador (El Salvador) – Brazilian Embassy – In charge of the Telecommunications Section – 1980
Four years at the Brazilian Consulate General in Toronto, as a Chancellery Officer (Legal and Cultural Matters, including tourism) – 1986/89
Three years in Algiers (Algeria) as a Vice-Consul and in charge of the Telecommunications Section of the Brazilian Embassy in that capital city –1989/92
Administrative Assistant at the Brazilian Consulate in Toronto –1993/96
I b) ICCMP
Secretary of the International Center for Condensed Matter Physics, a unit of the University of Brasilia – October 2002 until this date
To know more about the ICCMP, please visit: www.iccmp.br
I c) SELF-EMPLOYED ACTIVITIES
Interpreter for All Languages, Ltd., Toronto, Canada – 1992/3
Private classes (English, French, Esperanto and POFOL*)
Translation of books, articles, theses, etc., in the following languages: English, French, Spanish, Esperanto and Portuguese – Brasilia – 1997
Consultant in international trade for public and private companies/organizations in Brasilia, since 1997
English translation of the Portuguese original “TEORIA ENERGÉTICA”, a scientific book by Professor Paulo GONTIJO – 2000
Founder of Nova Mondo (Brasilia)
* POFOL: Portuguese acronym for “Portuguese as a Second Language”
Regular English Course – Brazil/USA Cultural Center – Recife – 1967
Certificate of Proficiency in English – University of Michigan – 1969
Lower Certificate in English – University of Cambridge – 1973
Advanced Summer Course for Translators and Interpreters – Independent British Institute – Brasilia, given by Prof. Daniel Brilhante de Brito - 1978
Course in International Relations – University of Brasilia – 1986 ( I completed 7/8 of that course)
Basic courses in Windows 95/98, Introduction to Computing and MS-DOS, sponsored by the Labor Department of the Federal District Government, at the occasion of its Professional Training Program named “Go Forward, Brasilia” – 1999
Intensive course named “Formation of Educators”, sponsored by the Labor Department of the Federal District Government – year 2000
Computer Operational Course targeted at using LINUX-based programs – Brasilia - 2005
III OTHER ABILITIES & EXPERIENCE
Use of microcomputers with the WINDOWS 98 and Windows XP platforms
Use of microcomputers with the LINUX FEDORA 7 platform since 2005
Use of computers with the Ubuntu OS since 2008
INTERNET navigation since 1992
Operation of telecommunications equipment, including amateur radio transceptors and ciphering machines (PU2AML and 7X0 MR call signs) – since 1980
Brazilian driver’s license – B Class (automobiles) – 1972
Canadian driver’s license for automobiles – valid for the period 1986/1996.
-Non-smoker and vegetarian (non-radical)
-Hatha and Tantra Yogas – some knowledge and practice – intermediate level
Frequent business trips from Algiers to Switzerland during the period 1989-92, while based in Africa.
IV SERVICES OFFERED
Translation and interpretation in the following languages (technical and literary matters): English, French, Spanish, Esperanto, Portuguese and Latin.
Private classes in the above-mentioned languages: except for Spanish.
Business Representation and Consulting in International Trade for clients in Brazil and abroad, including foreign clients living in Brasilia and the rest of the Brazilian territory.