Bachelor's degree from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in Physical Engineering with an emphasis on technological production and Bachelor's degree in Physics (2013 - 2018), with a sandwich internship at Technische Universität München for one year, under the science without borders program funded by CAPES. Worked on deposition techniques for magnetic nanowires at the Materials and Low-Temperature Laboratory (LMBT - UNICAMP) with FAPESP scholarship and did an internship at the National Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) in research on the theme of nano-antenna design for the application in near-field ultra-microscopy and synchrotron infrared nano-spectroscopy (SINS). Currently, has a scholarship (FAPESP) in his master's degree in applied physics from the graduate program at the State University of Campinas (Note 7 under the CAPES concept). Master's research is related to the investigation of optical phenomena in two-dimensional heterostructures and plasmonic antennas.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)