A bit about me
- Dedicated involved loving father
- Professor of Geophysics at Universidade de São Paulo
- Leader of the Computer-Oriented Geoscience Lab
- Creator of methods for imaging the inside of the Earth from measured disturbances in the planet’s gravity and magnetic fields, from global to microscopic scale 🛰️🔬🌎
- Open-source software developer: Fatiando a Terra, PyGMT, and more
- Committed to open practices in teaching and research
- Things I enjoy: playing Incineroar in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, failing to finish Tears of the Kingdom, baking bread, making noise with my ukulele and off-tune baritone, sci-fi and fantasy
This website is my personal and professional portfolio, including a somewhat active blog, contact information, and links to find me around the internet.
Latest blog posts
Moving back to Brazil
Today is my last day working at the University of Liverpool and my last week living in the UK. It’s been a busy, interesting, exciting, and life-changing experience. I’ll always be glad that I...
Geo+Code UK - Lessons from organizing sprints for a mixed audience
This blog post was first published on the Software Sustainability Institute’s blog on 29 May 2023 under a CC-BY-NC license. It’s republished here under the same license. After moving to the UK in...
A satellite view of the December 2022 Mauna Loa eruption
On 27 November 2022, the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawai‘i started erupting for the first time since 1984. The eruption has now ceased and since its start the Landsat 9 satellite has take two...