Marco Tavora is a Brazilian theoretical physicist and data scientist. He obtained his Ph.D. from New York University in 2015 under the supervision of Aditi Mitra. His research was on quantum many-body systems out of equilibrium. Subsequently, he spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at Yeshiva University (2015-2017) under the supervision of Lea F. Santos. He has published several articles in some of the most prestigious peer-reviewed journals in the world. A selection of his articles can be found here (for the full list, check his Google Scholar profile, clicking the button below).

For a selected list of international conferences where he presented his research, you can click on his Conferences page or the button below.

He also writes articles on Medium about physics, mathematics, A.I. and their connections. Among the publications featuring his articles are Towards Data Science and freeCodeCamp.

His portfolio of codes is in another section of this website (you can also click the button below). There he explain his projects' goals, procedures and provides brief descriptions of the techniques used. 

For more details, you can check his Github profile.

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Marco Tavora