I am a postdoctoral researcher working in the PoreLab group at the Physics Department of the University of Oslo. I obtained my BSc and MSc from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil and my PhD from the University of Oslo, Norway. My main areas of activity are fluid mechanics (flow in porous media, vortex dynamics in classical fluids and hydrodynamic instabilities) and fracture dynamics (fracture nucleation and propagation in brittle materials). Additional info can be found on my ResearchGate profile, University of Oslo personal page, Google Scholar profile and (not so serious) in this page.
My Master's thesis entitled "Vortex motion around a circular cylinder both in an unbounded domain and near a plane boundary" can be found here and my PhD thesis entitled "Burst dynamics in quasi-2D disordered systems: experiments on porous media two-phase flows" can be found here.
- I am the current Chair of the Student Affairs Committee (SAC) of InterPore, the International Society for Porous Media. The SAC aims at improving the international visibility and networking opportunities of students and early career scientists working in all fields related to porous media science and technology. I am also a board member of InterPore and the student liaison of the Norwegian Chapter of the society. If you would like to set up a local student section of InterPore in your institution/country, please contact me and I can provide you with additional details.
- I am now collecting contributions for our recently created Gallery of Porous Media Art. This is a free space dedicated to the divulgation of stunning images and videos related to porous media research. If you would like to collaborate with material for the gallery, please contact me.
- Our article “Critical behavior in porous media flow” has just been published by EPL (Europhysics Letters). This was project in which we have addressed the statistics of burst invasion events in porous media and also the power spectrum of pressure fluctuations associated with the bursts. You can find the article here.