Full Professor in the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of São Paulo, Brazil. He was Associate Professor in the University of Guelph, Canada, Visiting Researcher in the University of Porto, Portugal and Visiting Professor in the University of Kent, UK. His main research interests are data science and machine learning. He is the vice-director of the Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry, University of São Paulo. He is in the Steering Committee of the International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA) Latin American and Caribbean Chapter.
Andre's research areas are data science and machine learning, in particular AutoML, automating of machine learning, and data stream mining, for novelty and concept drift detection. The project to be carried out at The Alan Turing Institute will investigate current studies regarding transparency and fairness of decision-making by models induced by machine learning algorithms.