Hey guys! I'm a Brazilian IT and programming technician and current CompSci student @ ICMC-USP. Glad to be on the decentralized net bandwagon.
I just got my first academic job since finishing my PhD in 2017, so I'm celebrating with a new scholar.social account!
I'm interested in energy transitions and will be working on an electric vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trial as social researcher.
I'm also into architectural science and questioning the ubiquity of engineered solutions to human comfort.
Selfie, science, CERN, COVID19
Snuck into the ATLAS experiment’s cavern around 100 metres underground, on my first day back at #CERN since March.
Send me a DM to get the video-conference info for tomorrow.
Tomorrow for #SummerSchool 's conclusion feel free to dress up (I will be, but dressing up is really just 'not wearing pajamas').
It'll be a short thank you, and we can all digitally hangout afterwards!
If you want to come to my #SummerSchool talk, DM for the lik or wait for the video.
Looking forward to my #SummerSchool talk. Starts in 90 mins(ish). Quick & Dirty Classroom Research Methods.
Story & Art
Living & Learning
Thank you @ksteimel for an amazing talk on universal dependency and Swahili.
We got to learn about the inclusion of Bantu languages, clitics, the layout of Swahili, and how do you navigate systems built for European languages.
#SummerSchool is exploring languages in multitudes.
Join us tomorrow for Day 8 with @kimreece to learn about Math - specifically the Kronecker-Weber theorem
Please don't respond with 'thank you' when I send out the emails with links for the talks.
I email around 60 people. I love all of y'all, and you're so sweet, but your sweetness is destroying my inbox.
I do feel very appreciated though.
Administrative account for scholar.social
I boost #introduction(s) toots from scholar.social users
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