I'm a PhD student in the Division of Theory and Foundations (FoCS) and the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) at the University of Warwick. I'm blessed to be advised by Igor Carboni Oliveira. My research is supported by the Chancellor's International Scholarship.

Previously, I was a MSc student in the theory group at the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of São Paulo (IME-USP), where I was advised by Yoshiharu Kohayakawa. During my masters, I was also a visiting graduate student at the theory group of the University of Toronto (UofT), having been advised by Benjamin Rossman. Even before that I was a computer science undergraduate at IME-USP.

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Research interests:

I'm broadly interested in computational complexity theory and its connections to mathematics and computer science. So far my research has focused on extremal and probabilistic combinatorics, circuit complexity and meta-complexity.



Office: CS 2.18, Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick.
Email: Bruno [dot] Pasqualotto-Cavalar [at] warwick [dot] ac [dot] uk