Álinson Santos Xavier

I am a Computational Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory. My research currently focuses on solving challenging computational problems that arise daily in the production and transmission of electric power, through a combination of Mathematical Optimization, High-Performance Computing and Machine Learning.

I hold a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Combinatorics & Optimization) from University of Waterloo, obtained under supervision of Ricardo Fukasawa, and a Master's degree in Computer Science from Universidade Federal do Ceara, obtained under supervision of Manoel CampĂȘlo.

In my free time, I enjoy developing and publishing open source software. Loop Habit Tracker, my most famous project, has more than 4 million downloads worldwide and has been translated to more than 35 languages.

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Open-Source Projects