I have an Integrated Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, obtained in 2012. After graduation, I gained industrial experience in the IT consulting sector, followed by a scholarship to develop graphical interfaces for the Operational Research Group of the Faculty of Economics.
In 2014, I joined the Centre for Power Systems (CPES) of INESC TEC, where I focused on the development of advanced tools for the monitoring and control of electrical distribution networks. In addition, in 2015 I enrolled in MIT Portugal's Ph.D. programme in Sustainable Energy Systems.
My work mainly revolves around improving traditional analytical approaches and leveraging large amounts of data to create innovative, data-driven solutions. At the intersection of technology, research and sustainability, my research and experience have made tangible contributions in real-world environments faced by energy distribution companies. This has been demonstrated through consulting services provided to private entities, as well as active involvement in European pilot projects.