Bachelor of Physics with theoretical and experimental qualifications (IFSC - USP) - Summa Cum Laude (average 8.5 and completion in 3.5 years). He is currently a PhD student (Direct Doctorate) and FAPESP scholarship holder. During graduation he undertook a Scientific Initiation with FAPESP scholarship, the results of which were used in his TCC - Model of convolution of signals and obtaining the response function to determine the time of fluorescence. This CBT secured a classification for the international phase of Scientific Initiations in Physics. Still during graduation, he developed a genetic algorithm program that is currently used in the USP Photonics Group laboratory for data analysis and to perform more accurate measurements of fluorescence lifetimes by the convolution method - standardization of the measurements of the laboratories of the USP. He was a fellow (Unified Scholarship Program) at the University of São Paulo during his undergraduate studies. He was a consultant, programmer, private expert and private teacher. Has experience in Mathematics, Physics and Programming (R, C, Fortran, Python, LabVIEW, Latex, COMSOL and Eviews) - ease in learning new languages. In graduation, he was a member of the EESCuderia MILEAGE Group.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)