Hello, I'm Moshe, currently a fourth-year PhD student at the Laboratory for Applied Computing, National Institute for Space Research, in Brazil, under supervision of Prof. Marcos G. Quiles, Prof. Elbert E. N. Macau and Prof. Manoel Cardoso. My research has been focused on measuring changes in temporal complex networks and data mining large datasets from several sources like NASA and Google Big Query. In my free time, I work on developing side projects, listening to classical music, painting watercolors, playing the violin or ocarina, and reading news.
Before starting my PhD in 2015, I received my Master’s Degree of Complex Systems Modeling at University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil, where I developed a master equation model of epidemics in complex networks, under supervision of Prof. Masayuki O. Hase. Besides my academic career, I also studied Portrait and Human Figure for 4 years at The National Museum of Lima (MALI), in Peru, under guidance of Prof. Jorge Flores.