I’m a PhD student in Computer Science at Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU) - Brazil, mostly studying Software Engineering, advised by Marcelo Maia. I earned my B.S. in Information Systems, specializing in Information Retrieval, from State University of Montes Claros, Brazil.
After receiving my Master degree in Computer Science from UFU, I spent a period in industry working as software engineer at Scopus, Everis and eWave. With one year as mobile application developer at IndiaNIC in India.
Then, in August 2014 I started my PhD. In 2015-2016 I was visiting RMoD and SequeL laboratories at the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA), the National French Research Institute in Computer Science and Automation, working with Damien Cassou and Nicolas Anquetil on Software Engineering, and with Philippe Preux on applied Machine Learning.
My research aims to enable better decision making for individuals (software developers, movie watchers, robots, ...). I'm particularly interested on how data analytics could benefit citizens, industry and society.
To put it simply, I'm a promiscuous cross-disciplinary aspirant researcher!
(Good news only, although most of what I try fails).
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TA - Data Structures II - BS in Computer Science (First semester 2017).
TA - Data Structures II - BS in Computer Science (Second semester 2016).