CodCad Team

Know a little about us.

Thiago Nepomuceno

Thiago complete his Bachelor and Master's degree at the State University of Ceará (UECE), and wrote several scientific articles in the field of optimization and artificial intelligence. He also competed three times in the National phase of the ACM-ICPC.

During the years of 2015 and 2016, he coached students for the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) and, from the four medals that Brazil won in those years, three were from students coached by him.

He currently researches at the Reserach Institute of Fraunhofer, in Germany, being an expert in Optimization, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things (Cyber-Physical Systems).

João Guilherme

João started participating in olympiads in his sixth year at school, and won several national medals. These include four medals at the Brazilian Olympiad in Informatics and four medals at the Brazilian Olympiad in Mathematics, three gold medals and one bronze. He also acheived first place in the Brazilian selection for the Mathematical Olympiad of Portuguese-Speaking Countries.

Rogério Júnior

Rogerio has many National awards, winning gold medals in the Brazilian Olympiads in Mathematics, Physics, Informatics, Robotics, and Astronomy.

In 2016, he was a Gold medalist in the Iberoamerican Informatics Competition (CIIC) and a Silver medalist in the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), in Russia, in which he also conquered the highest position among iberoamerican competitors.

In 2017, he will participate in the IOI again, in Iran, and he was admitted in both Stanford University and in the MIT, where he will pursue undergraduate degree.

Lucca Siaudzionis

Lucca has been a competitor since he was ten, winning seven medals the Brazilian Olympiad in Informatics, four of which were gold medals.

In high school, he competed in the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) twice, winning a silver medal in Russia and a Bronze medal in Kazakhstan. He also won gold and silver medals in the Iberoamerican Informatics Competition (CIIC).

He currently works at Google and studies at the University of British Columbia, where he joined the Universitiy's ACM-ICPC team, being the best team in the West Coast and third best in North America in 2017 World Finals.