I am a PhD student at Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen (Germany), working with Caterina De Bacco, in the Physics for Inference and Optimization group. Previously, I was a Master’s student at IMPA (in brazilian portuguese: Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada,), in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), working with Roberto Imbuzeiro at the intersection of Graph Theory and Applied Probability. I have a degree in Mathematics, obtained at the ULA (in spanish: Universidad de Los Andes) in Mérida, Venezuela, where I am originally from.

I am a PhD at the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems (IMPRS-IS), affiliated to the Cyber Valley, and to the University of Tübingen.

My research focuses on applying Optimal Transport methods to solve problems on networks. Some of my research interests include:

  • Optimal Transport theory and applications
  • Network-related problems, like community detection, link prediction, routing optimization
  • Hypergraph theory and applications
  • Probabilistic Machine Learning

You can find a list of my scientific works on the tab “Publications”.