I have a Ph.D. in Computer Science at École Polytechnique, France. My Thesis tackled characterization, planning, and deployment problems of urban wireless networks using large-scale datasets of human mobility and data traffic. Besides, I am Linux and Open Source enthusiast for 15 years now.
Furthermore, I have solely made the Android, iOS apps, and full-stack web-development of my web applications. E.g., from the Eazy.Bike's real-time back-end crawlers, R-based statistics on Proconfie, to the front-end on CEP Aberto, and the Apache and MySQL fine-tuning for the three of them within the same VPS.
Computer Science, Ph.D
Investigated characteristics of human mobility and their impact on the network data traffic, planning and deployment. I've analyzed large-scale datasets from mobility and traffic demands generated by millions of users. Python's multiprocessing, thread and R multi-core libraries were used to summarize and assess massive amounts of data.
Among the results of this work there are 5 published conference papers, 1 published journal paper, and 2 other journal papers in submission. Besides, a synthetic data traffic simulator.
Computer Science, Master's degree
Studied the usage of centrality information on the design of routing algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks. I have proposed new topological metrics, distributed algorithms to calculate them, and a tree-based routing algorithms that take advantage of those metrics.
Among the results of this work there are 1 published conference papers, 1 published journal paper.
Computer Science, Bachelor's degree
Created a wireless sensor's application for fire detection using real dataset of weather measurements. Proposed a novel way to fuse and codify data.
Among the results of this work, I have published 1 conference paper.
Software Engineer - Core Tech
Just started :-)
Developed machine-learning assisted techniques to predict users' QoE based on network's KPIs. Among the results of this work, I have 1 conference paper in submission.
Developed in Ruby on Rails, as part of a team, Telecom Italia Mobile's project TIM Beta
Developed, in Python, a project called Future of Enterprises aiming to improve the real-time interaction among employees.
Lead developer of a social network in Ruby on Rails.
Eazy.bike finds the best cycling routes using bike-sharing systems in more than 433 cities distributed in 45 countries. It considers real-time information of how many bicycles and empty bike stands are available closest to the user and to the destination address. It then chooses the best stations and route. Additionally, the Android app provides automatic redirection in case the initial destination station gets full during user's trajectory. It can be accessed by city-specific domains for improved context information, e.g., paris.eazy.bike, or london.eazy.bike, etc.
Collaborative application that aims to publicly open the Brazilian Postal Code (CEP) data. Contains information of about 1 million CEPs. It provides an API for developers and, for the end-users, a colaborative platform to improve the quality of the data. About 5 thousand registered users.
It helps people to choose companies based on problems presented with other customers. Received Honorary Mention award from the Brazilian Ministry of Justice.
Those applets improve Cairo-dock experience by enabling consistent usage of twitter, translation, search, moon phases, quote of the day, etc.
The "Repeat one song" feature for Rhythmbox.
Open Data Applications Contest. Lead developer of the Proconfie application.
Second best overall score during the bachelor.
For the work "Game Theory for Decision Making in Wireless Sensor Networks" presented in the 15o Sciences Seminar.