I finished my Ph.D. in Physics (2011-2014) at Juiz de Fora Federal University (Brazil). I did two "Ph.D. Internships" during the Ph.D: Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat/Jena - Germany (2013) and Universite Montpellier 2/Montpellier - France (2014). Shortly after receiving my Ph.D. I was selected for postdoctoral fellowship at Federal University of Juiz de Fora (2014). Then I was also selected for postdoctoral fellowships at the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris (2015), Brazilian Center for Physical Research/Rio de Janeiro - Brazil (2017) and Laboratory for Instrumentation and Experimental Particle Physics/Lisbon - Portugal (2018). My previous research area was theoretical physics (specifically: Quantum Field Theory in curved space-time, Applications of Quantum Field Theory in Black Hole Physics and Cosmology, Quantum Gravity (perturbative approach), astroparticle physics and ultra-high- energy cosmic ray - UHECR). My development was almost entirely theoretical and mathematical. However, my interest began to shift from theory to practical applications. During this last period at Lisbon I had contact with interdisciplinary applications of physics in industry and I was very interested. I spent a sabbatical year in the Netherlands (2019), where I learned more about this specific topic (physics at industry). Currently I'm researcher at Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), Porto - Portugal, where I work under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Miguel Velhote in data analysis and simulations in the TexBoost project in the C-BER.