Currently pursuing a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. He is also an electronics technician with industry experience in test engineering area. At UFMG he had worked on projects such as the development of a computational platform for multi-objective modeling of static power convertes and the design of a portable biosensor system based on graphene transistors for rapid viral infections diagnose. He has a strong interest in microelectronics and that's why he is now in OptmaLab, working with Prof. Dalton Colombo in the design of essential CMOS Time-Mode circuits, and planning to investigate VLSI implementation of neural networks in his undergraduate thesis.
de Minas Gerais. His main interests are programming and hardware development. At the time, under the supervision of Prof. Dalton M. Colombo, he is working on a research project in the field of microelectronics.