I’m a MSc student in Computer Science at UNICAMP that loves programming and solving problems. I graduated in Computer Engineering from the same university.
I’m currently researching in compiler construction and code optimization. I’m also interested in computer architecture, HPC systems and parallel computing.
Previously, I worked as a Intern at the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), into the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) / Sirius, on the Scientific Computing Group (GCC). I’ve designed solutions in automation and monitoring of high-performance computing machines.
In my undergraduate research, I worked in a project called OpenPOWER@UNICAMP, with IBM. I’ve designed a solution to distribute POWER builds (ppc64le architecture) worldwide, along with CI recipes to build Open Source software. I also worked with OpenStack, configuring, installing and monitoring a public cloud service.
As a hobby, I play percussion instruments. I studied percussion for more than 10 years and played with orchestras and groups. I’m currently a member of two music groups called Bateria Valorosa and Bateria Alcalina.
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