About me

I am an assistant policy researcher at RAND, a Ph.D. candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School and a visiting graduate student at Argonne National Laboratory. I hold a B.S. and an M.S. in production engineering from UNISINOS University in Brazil and an M.Phil in Policy Analysis from Pardee RAND.

Prior to joining RAND, I was a lecturer at UNISINOS, Brazil, where I taught simulation modeling and other quantitative courses. In this page, you will find links to recent publications, links to presentation recordings, links to tools and software I helped to build and (occasional) blog posts. You will find up-to-date information on my RAND work at my RAND profile page.

Interests

  • Simulation Modeling / Optimization
  • Decision Under Uncertainty
  • R Programming

Education

  • Ph.D. in Policy Analysis, 202x

    Pardee RAND Graduate School

  • M.Phil. in Policy Analysis, 2020

    Pardee RAND Graduate School

  • Msc in Production Engineering, 2017

    UNISINOS University, Brazil

  • Bsc in Production Engineering, 2015

    UNISINOS University, Brazil

Publications

My latest research leverages modeling and Decision Under Deep Uncertainty (DMDU) methods to help inform health policy.

Recent & Upcoming Presentations

Here you will find links to past or upcoming presentations.

Seeking Robust COVID-19 Response and Adaptation Strategies
COVID-19 and Deep Uncertainty

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