Computer Graphics Group
I am a PhD student at MIT, where I work with Professor Wojciech Matusik.
Before coming to MIT, I obtained an Master's in Mathematics (major Computer Graphics) from IMPA, where I worked with Professor Luiz Velho and a Bachelor in Electronics Engineering from UFRJ, where I worked with Professor Eduardo da Silva. Selections of my work as an undergrad and Master's student can be found here.
My current research focuses on using data driven methods for interactive design and fabrication.
Design and Fabrication by Example
ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH) 2014
ChoreoGraphics: An Authoring Tool for Dance Shows
Journal of Graphics Tools, 2014.
Compressive Sensing (Course and Book)
27th Brazilian Mathematics Colloquium, SBM, 2009
Mathematical Publications Collection, SBM, 2010 – Second Edition
On The Empirical Rate-Distortion Performance of Compressive Sensing
IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 2009