I am a fifth-year PhD student in the Department of Statistics at Stanford University, advised by Persi Diaconis. My research broadly focuses on the interplay between statistics, probability, and computation, particularly as they apply to high-dimensional Bayesian models and Monte Carlo methods. I enjoy working on both theoretical and applied projects, and find them to often illuminate each other.
I spent the 2018 summer working as a research intern at Oculus Research, in the eye-tracking team. Before coming to Stanford, I received a Masters in Mathematics and BSc in Economics, both from PUC-Rio, in Brazil.
PhD Candidate in Statistics
Stanford University
Masters in Mathematics, 2014
PUC-Rio
BSc in Economics, 2012
PUC-Rio
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