Asla Medeiros e Sá

Doctor in Sciences

with emphasis in Computer Graphics

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Lecturer and Researcher at School of Applied Mathematics at Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV/EMAp)

Publications: ORCID | Scopus | dblp | Curriculum Lattes | Research

Main topics of interest:

Computer Graphics for Cultural Heritage Applications | Digital Fabrication Techniques | Information Visualization | Math Visualization

Short Bio:

Lecturer and Researcher at School of Applied Mathematics at Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV/EMAp) since 2007.

  • PhD in Sciences with emphasis in Computer Graphics, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (Visgraf at IMPA), 2006.

  • MSc in Applied Mathematics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (DMA/IM/UFRJ), 2001.

  • BSc in Mathematics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (DMA/IM/UFRJ), 1999.

From December 2015 until August 2016 and from July 2012 until February 2013, I have been in a post-doc position at the Cultural Informatics Research Group at the University of Brighton, UK where I´ve got involved with additive manufacturing within the context of cultural heritage applications and developed research in cellular structures for additive manufacturing.

In 2017, my father and I have published the book SOBRE MALHAS ARQUIMEDIANAS, in Portuguese. The research on the topic continued in collaboration with Visgraf/IMPA researchers. See: Sinthesizing Periodic Tiligns of Regular Polygons. The work has been awarded as Best PhD Thesis at Sibgrapi 2021.

Award Nomination: Berkeley World Business Analytics Award 2021: Woman of the Year Award

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