Currently is PhD Student in from the Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM), has a master's degree in Computer Science from UFAM (2015) and a degree in Systems Analysis and Development from the Federal Institute of Roraima (IFRR, 2012). Member of a research group on Emerging Technologies and Systems Security (ETSS) at Computing Institute (IComp) from UFAM. He has experience in the area of Computer Science, with emphasis on Data Analytics, working mainly on the following topics: data mining, machine learning and time series. In addition, he has experience in several technologies derived from the Java language (JSF, Hibernate, Primefaces), OpenCV, Python, C, R, Web Services, among others. Also, he has experience in the development of software for commerce (PDV), cellular (Wokibi), Wireless Networks (TriploS), Web Services and residential automation. He has worked on international projects funded by CNpQ and European Commission (IMPReSS) and has participated in research in laboratories such as The Advanced Network Technologies and Security (ANTS) in Canada and Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support (LIIAD) in Portugal. He is currently working on the PANACea project at LIAAD to detect anomalies in electricity consumption based on data provided by EDP (Energias de Portugal).