Since 2018 he is a Professor Doctor at University of Sao Paulo. He got his PhD in Physic from Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas (CBPF) (2003). He worked as Scientific collaborator in the group of Quantum Magnetism from Ecolé Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Suica, 2007-2009), Senior Scientist in the Institute of Solid State Physics at the Technische Universitat Wien (Austria, 2010-2014) and Visitor Research at CBPF (2015-2017). He has expertise in multidisciplinary experimental methods under extreme conditions: Mossbauer spectroscopy, Syncrotron, uSR, electrical and thermal transport, magnetic susceptibility, specific heat under high pressure, high magnetic field and very low temperature. His research is focused on strongly correlated electron materials (heavy fermions, superconductors, frustrated quantum magnetsm, superconductors) with emphasis on forefront subjects in condensed matter physics: frustrated quantum magnetism, quantum phase transition, superconductivity and novel topological phases of matter.
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