President, Brazilian Society for Applied and Computational Mathematics
2020 - now
Chair of the Director's Board
Adjunct Professor, CCEN - UFPE, Recife/PE
2019 - now
Graduate and undergraduate teaching. Research.
Head of the Research Group Stochastic Processes and Random Structures.
Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Statistics (Since 02/2022).
Deputy Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Statistics (12/2020-02/2022).
Habilitation, ICMC - USP, São Carlos/SP
Monograph: Topics in Probability and Discrete Mathematics.
Director's Board, Brazilian Society for Applied and Computational Mathematics
2018 - 2019
Coordinator of the XXXIX Congresso Nacional de Matemática Aplicada e Computacional.
Co-creator and coordinator of the Comitê Latino Americano de Matemática Aplicada, Computacional e Industrial.
CNPq Research Fellow
2017 - 2020
Research fellowship level: 2. Field: Mathematics and Statistics.
Postdoctoral Period, LPMA - Université Paris Diderot, Paris, France.
2015 - 2016
Project: Asymptotic behavior of stochastic processes on graphs and applications.
Adjunct Professor, ICMC - USP, São Carlos/SP.
2012 - 2019
Deputy Coordinator of the Joint Graduate Program in Statistics UFSCar/USP (2017-2019).
Co-creator of the Workshop on Probabilistic and Statistical Methods held annually by USP and UFSCar.
Postdoctoral Period, IMECC - UNICAMP, Campinas/SP.
2010 - 2011
Project: Systems of random walks and their applications to information diffusion models.
Ph.D. Degree in Statistics, IME - USP, São Paulo/SP.
Thesis: Limit theorems for general stochastic rumor models. Advisor: Fábio Prates Machado. Co-advisor: Élcio Lebensztayn.
Master Degree in Statistics, IME - USP, São Paulo/SP.
Dissertation: Phase transition for a disk percolation model on graphs. Advisor: Élcio Lebensztayn
Mathematician, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, Argentina.
Manuel Balanzat Prize awarded by the Argentinian Mathematical Union for the best monograph in Mathematics written by a undergraduate student from an Argentinian University. Monograph: Derivations in Normed Spaces.