I am a Civil Engineer (2015), Master of Science (2018) and PhD Candidate on Water Resources and Environmental Sanitation at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). I recently arrived from my PhD Sandwich (mobility period) on the GIScience group of the Geography Department of Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, in Jena, Germany.
In UFRGS, I research on the Hydroenvironmental Applications of Artificial Neural Networks (AHRNA) research group and currently work on the analysis of Natural Hazards (especially landslides) susceptibility and risk using Machine Learning methods, including but not limited to Artificial Neural Networks. During my time in Jena, I had the chance to dive into spatial cross-validation and geomorphic plausibility of AI models.
I find Machine Learning methods fascinating and still underrepresented in engineering research. Most of my research is based in Remote Sensing products and GIS techniques. I am a coding enthusiast and have coded scientifically for more than a decade, having used many different languages across these years. I also like to use and to support the use of open-source software.
PhD in Water Resources and Environmental Sanitation, 2018-current
PhD Sandwich - GIScience group, 2021-2022
Master's Degree in Water Resources and Environmental Sanitation, 2016-2018
Civil Engineering, 2011-2015