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My research currently focuses statistical data analysis. More specifically, I am interested in complex systems, social systems, statistical and computational physics.
- Ph.D Student, Universidade Estadual de Maringá (2014-2017)
- Visiting Scholar, Northwestern University (2015-2016)
- Masters Physics, Universidade Estadual de Maringá (2014).
- B. Sc. Physics, Universidade Estadual de Maringá (2012).
- The hidden traits of endemic illiteracy in cities
- Crime prediction through urban metrics and statistical learning
- The dynamical structure of political corruption networks
- Transient superdiffusion and long-range correlations in the motility patterns of trypanosomatid flagellate protozoa
- Characterization of river flow fluctuations via horizontal visibility graphs
- Scale-adjusted metrics for predicting the evolution of urban indicators and quantifying the performance of cities
- Spatial correlations, clustering and percolation-like transitions in homicide crimes
- Analogies between the cracking noise of ethanol-dampened charcoal and earthquakes
- Solutions for a q-generalized Schrödinger equation of entangled interacting particles
- Investigating the interplay between mechanisms of anomalous diffusion via fractional Brownian walks on a comb-like structure
- Empirical analysis on the connection between power-law distributions and allometries for urban indicators
- Long-range spatial correlations and fluctuation statistics of lightning activity rates in Brazil
- Distance to the scaling law: a useful approach for unveiling relationships between crime and urban metrics
- Scaling laws in the dynamics of crime growth rate