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Graduated in Applied Mathematics from the University of São Paulo (2010), master's degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from the University of São Paulo (2013), PhD in Computer Science and Computational Mathematics from the University of São Paulo (2016) and PhD in Industrial Engineering from University of Porto (2016). Currently, I am postdoc at the University of São Paulo. The main topics of my research are: lotsizing problems, irregular cutting and packing problems, exact and heuristic methods, mixed-integer programming, dynamic programming and constraint programming. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The production of high strength ceramic pieces has many phases. Initially, different types of ceramic powder are mixed and then compacted to define the shape of each piece. Next, the residues from the compaction process are removed from the pieces. After this phase the heat treatment is performed, where the pieces have to stay a period in high temperatures (burn) to gain rigidity and qu...
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The irregular strip packing problem is a common variant of cutting stock problems and is applied in many industries. The problems consists of cutting irregular items from a rectangular board of fixed width and infinite length, aiming to reduce the used board length. Since it is a combinatorial optimization problem, just few exact methods were proposed to solve it. Furthermore, within th...
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