Thaicia Stona de Almeida

Thaicia Stona de Almeida
Universidade Aberta · Department of Sciences and Technology (DCeT)

Ph.D. SUNY Buffalo - Materials Eng. & Data Science
Applied Mathematics, Materials Science and Data-Driven Discovery

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Additional affiliations
August 2017 - June 2021
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Position
  • Reseach Assistant
October 2015 - September 2016
University of Wuerzburg
Position
  • Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
September 2014 - December 2014
University of Toronto
Position
  • Researcher
Education
September 2022 - April 2024
Universidade Aberta
Field of study
  • Applied Mathematics
January 2019 - August 2021
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Field of study
  • Materials Design and Innovation
August 2017 - December 2018
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Field of study
  • Materials Design and Innovation

Publications

Publications (8)
Article
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The present work revisits the classical Wulff problem restricted to crystalline integrands, a class of surface energies that gives rise to finitely faceted crystals. The general proof of the Wulff theorem was given by J.E. Taylor (1978) by methods of Geometric Measure Theory. This work follows a simpler and direct way through Minkowski Theory by ta...
Technical Report
Mycelium is a new biomaterial whose microstructure consists of fibers, the hyphae, that grow and eventually connect, creating a mesh that resembles an open cell foam structure. The purpose of this study was to extract structural features and develop a QSPR for mycelium transport properties with the aim to design a mycelium-based high performance me...
Preprint
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Mycelium is a promising biomaterial based on fungal mycelium, a highly porous, nanofibrous structure. Scanning electron micrographs are used to characterize its network, but the currently available tools for nanofibrous microstructures do not contemplate the particularities of biomaterials. The adoption of a software for artificial nanofibrous in m...
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When dealing with predictive modeling of credit-granting, different types of attributes are used: Cadastral, Behavioral, Business / Proposal, Credit Bureaux, in addition to Public, Private or Subsidiaries Sources. The Postal Address Code (Código de Endereçamento Postal CEP in Portuguese) in Brazil, in particular, has a unique contribution capacity...
Preprint
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When dealing with predictive modeling of credit-granting, different types of attributes are used: Cadastral, Behavioral, Business / Proposal, Credit Bureaux, in addition to Public, Private or Subsidiaries Sources. The Postal Address Code (Código de Endereçamento Postal CEP in Portuguese) in Brazil, in particular, has a unique contribution capacity...
Preprint
When dealing with predictive modeling of credit-granting, different types of attributes are used: Cadastral, Behavioral, Business / Proposal, Credit Bureaux, in addition to Public, Private or Subsidiaries Sources. The Postal Address Code (Código de Endereçamento Postal CEP in Portuguese) in Brazil, in particular, has a unique contribution capacity...
Preprint
The present work revisits the classical Wulff problem restricted to crystalline integrands, a class of surface energies that gives rise to finitely faceted crystals. The general proof of the Wulff theorem was given by J.E. Taylor (1978) by methods of Geometric Measure Theory. This work follows a simpler and direct way through Minkowski Theory by ta...
Poster
Poster presented at the International Conference on Current Trends in Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, IMPA, Brazil

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