Hugo (de Holanda Cunha) Nobrega

Beginning in July 2018, I will hold a permanent position at the Computer Science Department of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

I am currently a postdoc at the Systems and Computer Engineering Program of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Before this, I did a PhD at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) of the University of Amsterdam, where I was supervised by Benedikt Löwe.
My thesis is titled "Games for functions: Baire classes, Weihrauch degrees, transfinite computations, and ranks". I also wrote a Master's thesis at the ILLC (also working with Benedikt Löwe).

Both my PhD and MSc theses at the ILLC are on the topic of infinite games that characterize classes of functions in descriptive set theory and their connections to the Weihrauch degrees from computable analysis.

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Don't let the exceedingly long and Brazilian-looking name scare you: I go by Hugo Nobrega in academic settings and just Hugo socially, and I'm usually pretty good at recognizing my first name in the Portuguese, English, French, German, Dutch, and other pronunciations.