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Daniel Carvalho

Daniel Carvalho

Daniel Carvalho is a Wolfram International Business Development executive for Brazil, where he designs and develops enterprise applications. He is also a programming professor in computer engineering and data science. Carvalho is a Mathematica and A New Kind of Science (NKS) enthusiast, author of more than 70 Demonstrations and Mathematica functions and a Wolfram Summer School Alumnus. His master’s degree thesis involved programming and prototyping with Mathematica.

Carvalho is a member of the Mackenzie University research group Engenharia de Sistemas Computacionais Adaptativos, which applies Mathematica in computer science studies. He holds several professional certifications, including Sun Certified Java Programmer, ICOR Certified Data Center Professional (CDCP), the Cambridge English Preliminary English Test (PET), First Certificate in English (FCE) and GitHub Campus Advisor.

Organization:

Wolfram Research, Advisor Tecnologia, São Paulo, Brazil

Degrees:

BS in Computer Engineering, Universidade Braz Cubas
MSc in Electrical Engineering, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

Languages:

Brazilian Portuguese, English, Spanish

Interests:

Design and create enterprise web and mobile apps (HTML, CSS and JavaScript); system integration, database, Wolfram Language, Java, Python and SQL programming; data science, neural networks, artificial intelligence, data visualization, biologically inspired computation, evolutionary algorithms, parallel computing, complex systems, computer vision, NKS; Arduino and Raspberry Pi IoT projects