of Applied Mathematics and Physics
School of Informatics
Areas of Interest:
- Conic Programming
- Convex and Nonsmooth Optimization
- Nonlinear Programming
- Semidefinite Programming
- Variational Inequalities and
- Vector and Multiobjective Optimization
I was raised in São Paulo, Brazil,
and I obtained the bachelor's degree in
Computer Science (2004), masters' in
Computer Science (2007), and Ph.D. in
Applied Mathematics (2011) from University
of São Paulo.
After that, I worked as a post-doctoral
researcher in University of Campinas,
Brazil and as a visiting researcher in Kyoto
University, Japan. Since October 2013, I
am an assistant professor in Kyoto
An overview of my research can be
found here (in Japanese).
Contact: ellen at
i.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace at with @).