I am a Master's student in Computer Science at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil. I am part of the Parallel and Distributed Processing Group, advised by Dr. Lucas M. Schnorr. I am interested in high-performance computing, including parallel programming, load balancing, performance analysis, and data visualization. I have been involved in projects on performance analysis of scientific applications and distributed deep learning frameworks. I am also participating in Education in Computer Science projects, and I advocate for more diversity in technology, with projects such as Brazilians in Tech and the Women in HPC Affiliate in the South of Brazil.
Assistance at the students' HQ.
Assistance for speakers during presentations, at the students' HQ, and with the high school tours.
Project: "Web Platform for Experiments with Friends-of-Friends Parallel Hybrid to Astronomical Objects
Developed a web portal using Django for remote execution of high-performance applications in Astronomy. Deployed the portal to the cloud PaaS Heroku and studied the deployment to an in-house cluster. Implemented parallel versions of the Friends-of-Friends(FoF) algorithm in C, for a hybrid computing environment with CPU and GPU using OpenACC. I made performance analysis of parallel FoF versions with MPI, OpenMP, and OpenACC in remote clusters. With this project, I acquired experience with Linux environment and job scheduling with Slurm.
Assistance in the student/postdoc Job Fair, for speakers during presentations, at the SC19 preview booth, and in the volunteers' office.
Assistance in the use of multimedia equipment, distributing microphone for questions and organizing the sessions for 4 days.
I had to guide and help journalists and photographers from all over the world during 18 days. Assistance in the media's office, press conferences, photo positions and mixed zones.