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Graduation in Nuclear Engineering from Instituto de Fisica Dr. J. A. Balseiro (2004) and PhD in Engineering from Instituto de Fisica Dr. J. A. Balseiro (2010). Between 2010 and 2012 he was a Postdoctoral fellow at University of São Paulo at São Carlos (Brazil). After that, he worked for IBM Research Brazil in the Natural Resources division in the area of Computational modeling for the Oil & Gas industry. Since August 2014 he is a Professor at ICMC-USP. His main research interests are: Finite element/level set modeling, two-phase immiscible flows with aplications to microfluidics, capillarity and other surface tension related phenomena. He also works on the numerical modeling of hydrodynamic lubrication, cavitation phenomena and simulation of piston rings, journal bearings and other automotive components. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The main research topic considered here is that of the finite element modeling of complex phenomena on moving microfluidic interfaces with both, Eulerian and Lagrangian methods, based on variational formulations. Among the physical phenomena of interest in this project, we consider the capillarity and surface tension effects, interfacial viscous effects, surfactant transport, elastic f...
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