Comunidade

Luis Daniel Abreu, University of Vienna
Luís Daniel Abreu did his PhD and early research work in Classical Analysis, at the University of Coimbra. From 2012 till 2021 he was at the Acoustics Research Institute (Austrian Academy of Sciences), and developed an interest in the mathematical structures behind signal analysis. Currently, he works in timefrequency analysis, a field at the crossroads of pure and applied mathematics, with manifold connections to other mathematical fields.

Lino Amorim, Kansas State University, USA
Lino Amorim is currently an Associate Professor at Kansas State University. He graduated from the University of Porto in 2006 and finished his PhD at the University of WisconsinMadison in 2012. Before joining Kansas State in 2017, he held postdoctoral positions at the University of Oxford and Boston University. He is interested in Mirror Symmetry, mainly on the Symplectic Topology side: Fukaya categories, GromovWitten invariants and their underlying algebraic structures, Ainfinity categories and Cohomological Field theories.

Diogo Arsénio, NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE
Diogo Arsénio earned his undergraduate degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL), and his PhD from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. He is now an Associate Professor of Mathematics at New York University in Abu Dhabi where he teaches various courses on mathematical analysis. He has previously worked in Paris at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, the Laboratoire JacquesLouis Lions, and the Institut de Mathématiques de JussieuParis Rive Gauche. His research focuses on the analysis of partial differential equations with a particular interest in collisional kinetic theory, fluid mechanics, and plasma physics.

Afonso Bandeira, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Afonso Bandeira is a professor at ETH Zurich, who has carried out research in the area of information mathematics, combining tools from probability theory, theoretical statistics and convex optimization.

Marta Batoréo, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (UFES), Brazil
Marta Batoréo is currently an assistant professor at Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo in Brazil. She received her PhD from the University of California, Santa Cruz, (2013) and she later hold a postdoc position at IMPA. Her research focuses mainly in Symplectic Dynamics/Topology.

Ricardo Campos, CNRS, Univ. de Toulouse, France
Ricardo Campos is a Chargé de Recherche (CNRS researcher) at the University of Toulouse (IMT) since 2022. He completed his PhD under the supervision of Thomas Willwacher and was an SNF Postdoc at the University Paris 13 hosted by Bruno Vallette and became a chargé de recherche in Montpellier (IMAG) in 2018. He is mostly interested in operads, graph complexes, homotopical algebra and the way they interact with physics and algebraic topology.

Ana Cannas, ETH, Zurich
Ana Cannas is a titular professor in Mathematics at ETH Zurich.
Her research interests include Symplectic Geometry and Geometric Topology.
She earned a Licenciatura in mathematics in 1990 from Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon. In 1996 she received a PhD from MIT under the supervision of Victor Guillemin. Ana Cannas was previously a faculty member of IST, Lisbon, and a senior lecturer and research scholar at Princeton University. 
Miguel Carvalho, University of Edinburgh, UK
Miguel de Carvalho is a Reader in Statistics at the Univ. of Edinburgh. He is an applied mathematical statistician with a variety of research interests including, inter alia, statistical inferences for smallprobability events, geometrical statistics, methods for data visualization and graphical learning, econometrics, and medical diagnostic assessment.

Edgar Costa, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Edgar Costa received his Ph.D. in 2015 from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at ICERM during the semester program “Computational Aspects of the Langlands Program”. Prior to joining the collaboration, he was an Instructor in Applied and Computational Mathematics at Dartmouth College. Costa’s research interests are centered around effective methods in arithmetic geometry, arithmetic statistics, and number theory. His current research is focused on the development and application of theoretical and computational techniques to study the interconnections predicted by the Langland’s program.

Luís Diogo, Uppsala University, Sweden
Luís Diogo received his PhD from Stanford University in 2012, under the supervision of Yakov Eliashberg. He held postdoctoral positions at ETH Zürich, Columbia University and Uppsala University. He was an Assistant Professor at Universidade Federal Fluminense, and is currently an Associate Professor at Uppsala University. He is interested in symplectic geometry, particularly in Lagrangian submanifolds, pseudoholomorphic curve invariants, mirror symmetry, and interactions with algebraic geometry and knot theory.

Rita Ferreira, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Rita Ferreira is a Research Scientist at KAUST, within the CEMSE Division. Rita received her dual Ph.D. degree in Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), USA, and at the New University of Lisbon (UNL), Portugal, in 2011. She was supervised by Prof. Irene Fonseca (CMU) and Prof. Luísa Mascarenhas (UNL). Her domain of specialization is based on variational and asymptotic techniques to study minimization problems and systems of PDEs arising in problems within material sciences, propagation of waves, meanfield games, and imaging.

Nuno Freitas, ICMAT Madrid
Nuno Freitas received his Ph.D in 2012 from the University of Barcelona and is currently a research scientist at ICMAT in Madrid. He also held various postdoctoral positions, including at the University of Bayreuth, MaxPlanck Institute, University of British Columbia and a MariCurie fellowship at Warwick University. Freitas’ research interest are in arithmetic geometry and algebraic number theory with a special focus on the resolution of Diophantine equations using modularity of Galois representations.

Diogo Gomes, King Abdullah Univ. of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia
Professor Diogo Gomes, a Ph.D. graduate from UC Berkeley, is a leading researcher in Applied Mathematics. His work focuses on Meanfield games and HamiltonJacobi equations, including viscosity solutions of elliptic, parabolic equations, and related meanfield models. Professor Gomes has made significant contributions through his publications in top journals, collaborations with international researchers, and writing several books, including a monograph on “Regularity theory for meanfield game systems.” He serves as an editor for multiple math journals, including Portugaliae Mathematica, SIAM J. Mathematical Analysis, Journal of Dynamics and Games, Journal of Dynamic Games, and Minimax Theory and its Applications.

Inês Henriques, University of Manchester, UK
Inês HenriquesCadby completed PhD under the supervision of Luchezar Avramov at the University of Nebraska. She I joined the University of Sheffield in 2012 as an EPSRC Research Associate working on commutative algebra of singularities, local cohomology, tight closure and positive characteristic methods. In 2015, she moved to the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) as an NIHR Research Methods Fellow in statistics, working on the development of measures of hospital performance and quality of care offered to patients, based on the analysis of large routine observational data. From August 2022, she is a lecturer in Mathematics of Data Science at the University of Manchester.

Rui Loja Fernandes, Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA
Rui Loja Fernandes graduated in Physics at IST, Lisbon in 1988. He did his PhD in 1994, at the University of Minnesota under the supervision of Peter J. Olver. Rui Fernandes is the Lois M. Lackner Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematics Department of the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. His research interests include Poisson and symplectic geometry, Lie theory and integrable systems.

Joel Moreira, Warwick University, UK
Joel Moreira finished his PhD in 2016 at Ohio State University, USA, and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick. His research interests are: Ergodic theory, topological dynamics, applications to Ramsey theory and additive combinatorics.

André Neves, Univ. Chicago, USA
André Neves earned his PhD in 2005, at the University of Stanford, under the supervision of R. Schoen. He was a professor at the Imperial College, before joining the Univ. of Chicago in 2016. Besides an ERC grant, he received many prizes and distinctions, such as the Veblen Prize in Geometry (2016) and the New Horizons in Mathematics Prize (2015).

Bruno Oliveira, Univ. Miami, USA
Bruno Oliveira received his PhD at Columbia University, in 1997 under the supervision of F. Bogomolov. He has been a Professor at the University of Miami, Florida, since 2002, after being a visiting scholar at Harvard. His research interests lie in the fields of Complex algebraic geometry and several complex variables.

Gonçalo Oliveira, Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF) and Instituto Superior Técnico
Since November 2022, Goncalo Oliveira has been an FCT Principal Investigator at the Department of Mathematics of Instituto Superior Tecnico in Lisbon, Portugal. Previously, he held positions as a NOMIS Fellow at IST Austria (20212022), an Assistant Professor at Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF) (20182021), a postdoc in IMPA (20172018), and as an Elliot Assistant Research Professor at Duke University (20142017). He also had a research membership at MSRI in the fall of 2022 and a visiting scientist position at the Max Planck Institute in Bonn (Germany), during the summer of 2015. Gonçalo completed his PhD in 2014 at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Sir Simon Donaldson.

Ana Rita Pires, University of Edinburgh, UK
Ana Rita Pires is a Lecturer in the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh and a member of the Geometry and Topology group at the Hodge Institute. After doing undergraduate studies at Instituto Superior and completing a PhD from MIT in 2010, she held various positions at Cornell University, Institute for Advanced Study, Fordham University, and University of Cambridge. Her research work is in Symplectic Geometry and Geometric Topology. She is also active in outreach activities to broader audiences.

Marco Robalo, Sorbonne Université, IMJPRG, France
Marco Robalo is Maitre de Conferences (associate professor) at Sorbonne Université, IMJPRG. His research interests are: (Derived) Algebraic Geometry, Motives, Higher Category theory and Higher Algebra

Ana Rodrigues, Univ. of Exeter, UK
Ana Rodrigues finished her PhD in Mathematics (Dynamical Systems) in 2007 at the University of Porto. Before arriving at Exeter she was a postdoc at IUPUI, Indianapolis (USA) for two years and then a Research Assistant at KTH Uppsala University (Sweden) financed by the Swedish Research Council. Her research interests are in Dynamical Systems (Lowdimensional dynamical systems, ergodic theory, limit cycles of differential equations, dynamical systems with symmetry).

Jorge Vitória, Univ. degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Jorge Vitória completed his PhD at the University of Warwick. His research interests include derived categories in representation theory; Torsion pairs in abelian and triangulated categories, in particular tstructures and cotstructures; Localisations of rings and categories; Tilting/Silting theory.