Since 2014, I am assistant professor at the Instituto de Matemática e Estatística of the University of São Paulo, where I am a member of the Theory of Computing, Combinatorics, and Optimization group. I completed my PhD at the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica in Amsterdam and was a postdoc at Tilburg University in The Netherlands, and then at the Freie Universität Berlin.
Fernando M. de Oliveira Filho
Departamento de Ciência da Computação
Instituto de Matemática e Estatística
Universidade de São Paulo
Rua do Matão, 1010
05508-090 São Paulo/SP, Brazil
How to cite me
Brazilian/Portuguese names are usually very long, and mine is not particularly an easy one. In case you wish to cite me, keep in mind the following: my last name is "Oliveira". It is acceptable to cite me as "de Oliveira Filho" or "de Oliveira", but better yet is just "Oliveira". In any case, note "Filho" is just Portuguese for "Junior", so you should not call me "Filho" when you cite me.
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Vidi lineas fabrorum vel etiam tenuissimas, sicut filum araneae (...)
Moreover, the memory contains the innumerable principles and laws of numbers and dimensions. (...) I have heard the sounds of the words which signify these things when they are the subject of discussion. But the sounds are one thing, the principles another. The sounds vary according to whether the terms are Latin or Greek. But numerical principles are neither Greek nor Latin nor any other kind of language. I have seen the lines drawn by architects. They are extremely thin, like a spider's web. But in pure mathematics lines are quite different. They are not images of the lines about which my bodily eye informs me. A person knows them without any thought of a physical line of some kind; he knows them within himself.
St. Augustine, Confessions, Book X, Chapter xii
Translation by H. Chadwick