I graduated in Electrical Engineering in 2007 by University of Brasília and became Master in Electric Engineering in 2010 by the same institution. My Master’s dissertation was about high level heterogeneous modelling of sensor networks. I’m now a PhD candidate researching the use of the Unscented Transform for developing new analog-to-digital converters architectures.
After my Masters, I asked myself what could I do to help other people develop their own capabilities. I became, then, a Professor in the Electrical Engineering Department of UnB. I’m responsible for the Electronics Chair courses since 2011.
In 2014, after the return of a good friend of mine, I joined efforts with other people and started a design house startup on microelectronics in Brasília.
Igrejinha ao por do sol
Congresso Nacional e Museu Histórico de Brasília
Praça dos Três Poderes
Brasília is a beautiful modern city, inaugurated in 1960. It’s most prominent characteristics are Niemeyer’s modernist architecture and the broad spaces thought by Lucio Costa.
I started studying classical guitar in 2009 as a way to develop new skills. My preferences nowadays are the Brazilian repertoire of Bossa Nova, Choro and contemporary music.
In 2014 I got a bicycle to reduce my car journeys. I couldn’t realize I was going to love this sport. I became a long distance cycling, and by long distance I mean more than 200km in a single event.
Don't be shy, contact me.
Campus Universitário Darcy Ribeiro
Faculdade de Tecnologia
Sala AT 31/6
+55 61 3107 5580