Dr. Max Anjos

Career progression

  • Since March 2021: Post-doc in the Department of Ecology - Chair of Climatology
  • September 2020: Post-doc in the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil)
  • July 2019: Post-doc - Department of Environmental Engineering, Federal University of Technology (UFPR – Campus Londrina), Brazil
  • October 2017: PhD degree in Physical Geography at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning of the University of Lisbon (IGOT - ULisbon), Portugal.
    Doctoral thesis: Application of climatic guidelines to urban planning in the northeastern coast of Brazil: Aracaju city (In Portuguese)
  • August 2015 – February 2016 Research activities at the University College Dublin – UCD, Ireland
  • November 2012: Master’s degree in Physical Geography, Environmental and planning. University of Coimbra, Portugal
  • 2009: Graduated in Geography. Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Research areas

  • Urban climate
  • Air pollution
  • Applied Climatology

Current projects

Conference contributions:

  • Anjos, M., Meier, F. (2021): Mapping the Urban Carbon Dioxide Emissions at High Spatial and Temporal Resolution. Vrtual Network Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Rostock, 21 – 22 April 2021. Poster
  • Anjos, M., Lopes, A. (2018): The Relationship Between Sea Breeze Front and Human Thermal Discomfort in the Northeastern Coast of Brazil: Implications on Urban Heat Island and Park Cool Island in Aracaju City. (Poster presentation). 10th International Conference On Urban Climate (ICUC 10), 14th Symposium On The Urban Environment, New York, EUA, 6-10 August 2018.
  • Anjos, M., Lopes, A. (2015): Urban Heat Island First Statistical Assessment Based on an Mesoscale Climatological Network in Aracaju/Brazil. In 9TH International Conference On Urban Climate Jointly With 12th Symposium On The Urban Environment, Toulouse, France, 20-24 July, 2015.


  • https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Max-Anjos
  • https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6394-1324
  • Anjos, M., Lopes, A., Alves, E., Correia, E., Mendonça, F. (2021): Assessment of climatic guidelines and urban planning in the north-eastern coast of Brazil. In: Singh, R. B.; Chatterjee, Soumendu; Mishra, Mukunda; Lucena, Andrews José (eds). PRACTICES IN REGIONAL SCIENCE AND SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: EXPERIENCES FROM SOUTH AMERICA. Springer, Singapore (in prelo). Link.

    Anjos, M., Targino, A.C., Krecl, P., Oukawa, G. Y., Braga, R. F. (2020): Analysis of the urban heat island under different Anjos M, Targino AC, Krecl P, et al (2020) Analysis of the urban heat island under different synoptic patterns using local climate zones. Build Environ 185:107268 . Link.

    Anjos, M., Lopes, A., Lucena, A. J. de, Mendonça, F. (2020): Sea Breeze Front and Outdoor Thermal Comfort during Summer in Northeastern Brazil. Atmosphere (Basel) 11:1013. Link.

    Alves, E., Anjos, M., Galvani, E. (2020): Surface Urban Heat Island in Middle City: Spatial and Temporal Characteristics. Urban Sci 4:54. Link.

    Anjos, M., Lopes, A. (2019): Sea breeze front identification on the northeastern coast of Brazil and its implications for meteorological conditions in the Sergipe region. Theor Appl Climatol 137:2151–2165. Link.

    Anjos, M., Lopes, A., Alves, E. (2019): Using the CAL3QHC and I-Tree Canopy for air quality assessment in Aracaju: estimates of the concentrations of PM10 in roadways of intensive traffic of cars. Geousp – Espaço e Tempo v.22, p.707 (in Portuguese). Geousp – Espaço e Tempo 22:707–728. Link.

    Anjos, M. (2018): Climatic guidelines and urban planning: the experience of the Aracaju. Coimbra: Novas Edições Académicas, p. 117. (Book in Portuguese)

    Anjos, M., Lopes, A. (2017): Urban heat island and Park cool island intensities in the coastal city of Aracaju, North-eastern Brazil. Sustainability 9:1379. Link.

    Anjos, M., Lopes, A., Alves, E., Lucena, A.J. de (2017): Urban climatological Network Applied to Heat Island Study in Aracaju-SE (in Portuguese). Caminhos Geogr 18:203–216. Link.

    Mills, G., Anjos, M., Brennan, M. et al (2015) The green ‘ signature ’ of Irish cities : An examination of the ecosystem services provided by trees using i- Tree Canopy software. Irish Geogr 48:62–77. Link.

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Fachgebiet Klimatologie
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TU Berlin
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