Advising and Mentoring

Current Students

Past Students

Alessandra CorrĂȘa

Alessandra is a dual degree student in Law and Applied Mathematics at FGV. While in Law School, she spent a semester at New York University (NYU) and received a research scholarship to study cognitive biases in the behavior of judges. At EMAp, she was part in the project to develop a system to pass the OAB Exam.

Bruno Cuconato

Bruno was a MSc student at EMAp/FGV. he likes programming languages and logic, and he worked in a Portuguese computational grammar under the GF formalism under this masters under supervision of Alexandre.

Guilherme Passos

Guilherme Paulino Passos is a Master’s student in Computer Science at PESC/COPPE, under co-supervision of Alexandre Rademaker and supervision of Gerson Zaverucha. Guilherme worked in the formal representation of syntactical analyses of natural language, for improving the quality of linguistic datasets and detecting errors in data-driven parsing. In the past, he worked with Alexandre in projects on Formal Verification of Description Logics, and Computational Semantics. Guilherme holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Mathematics and his interests include Artificial Intelligence & Law, Natural Language Understanding, Logical and Relational Machine Learning, and Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.

Henrique Muniz

He had worked with many projects related to NLP: (a) a Common Lisp library for processing CoNLL-U files; (b) web interface for the DHBB data visualization; (c) wordnet expansion for Geo Science domain. At IBM he worked on projects related with information extraction for oil and gas domain.

Pedro Delfino

Pedro holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law. Pedro worked on the development of a system to pass in the OAB Exams.