My primary research interest are in Algorithm Design, Game Theory, Cryptography and Security. My main research goal is to design secure and fair systems under strategic behavior. I am currently a Computer Science Ph.D. candidate in the Theory of Computer Science group at Princeton University and I will be joining Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Fall 2021. During my Ph.D., I was fortunate to be advised by S. Matthew Weinberg.

Previously, I did my undergraduate studies at Federal University of Itajubá in Brazil. During my Undergraduate, I also spent a great year as an exchange student at University of California, San Diego under a BSMP scholarship.

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