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 are in Algorithmic Game Theory, Information Security and Policy. My main goal is to design secure and fair systems under strategic behavior.
Previously, I did my undergraduate studies at Federal University of Itajubá in Brazil. I used to study Materials Science and Engineering and with the generous support of Professor Carlos Henrique da Silveira I ended becoming a Computer Engineering. I also spent a great year as an exchange student at University of California, San Diego under a BSMP scholarship. My CV.