I am a Computer Science Ph.D. student in the Theory of Computer Science group at Princeton. I am fortunate to be advised by S. Matthew Weinberg. My primary research interest is Algorithmic Game Theory - that is, algorithm design under strategic environments. My research also intersects with Computer Security, Cryptography, and Machine Learning by combining different techniques to tackle game theoretical problems and vice-versa.

Previously, I did my undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering at Federal University of Itajubá in Brazil and I spent a year as visiting student at University of California, San Diego.