am a postdoctoral researcher in the Theory Group at DESY Hamburg.
Previously, I was a PhD student in the Institute of Physics of
University of São Paulo in Brazil, where I was advised by Gustavo Burdman.
While in graduate school I had the opportunity to be a long term
visitor in different institutions. From January to December of 2014, I
visited the Center for Theoretical Physics at MIT, where I
hosted by Jesse
Thaler. From September/2015 to May/2016, I was hosted
Servant at DESY Theory
Group in Hamburg.
interested in fundamental particle physics and its connection to
cosmology. In particular, I am curious about what we can learn
from the early
universe to better understand our models of
particle physics. Recently, I have been working on model building
aspects and phenomenological consequences of relaxion models.
More broadly, I have interests in model building and
phenomenology of physics
beyond the Standard Model, such ascomposite Higgs, warped extra
dimension, dimensional deconstruction, and non-minimal dark matter