About me

I am a Computer Engineer graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás – Brazil. I have received a master’s degree in Computer Science at Federal University of Goiás – Brazil, my dissertation verses about “Agent to support the multicriteria decision in Public Participatory Management”. The goal of my master thesis is to present two computational agents to aid decision making in public management as part of ADGEPA project: Miner Agent (MA) and Agent Decision Support (DSA). The MA uses data mining techniques, and DSA uses multi-criteria analysis to point out relevant issues.

I worked as Senior Infrastructure Analyst by the company 4Linux with Free Software from 2007 to 2013. I have focused on Linux and Java programming teaching. During this time, I conducted more one hundred training programs in the areas of Operating Systems, Infrastructure, Linux Security and Java Development.

I was the assistant professor at the Institute of Informatics at the Federal University of Goiás from 2014 to 2015. During this period, my classes covered the following disciplines: Artificial Intelligence, Data Structure, and Java and C Programming.

I am pursuing his Ph.D.’s degree in Computer Science at Federal University of Goiás – Brazil. I received a CAPES scholarship in 2015, which has contributed to the development of this Ph.D. thesis.

I focus on exploiting parallelism in document similarity tasks with applications (word embeddings, information retrieval and program repair).