## André Luiz Mota |
## Particles and FieldsQuantum Field Theory, Gravitation and Cosmology Contact: motaal@ufsj.edu.br |

## Denis Gouvêa Ladeira |
## Condensed MatterStatistical Physics and Complex Systems Contact: dgl@ufsj.edu.br |

## Érico Goulart de Oliveira Costa |
## Particles and FieldsHe has a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Universidade Federal de Viçosa (2002), a master’s degree in Physics from Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas (2004) and a doctorate in Physics from Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas (2008). Recently, he held a post-doctoral fellowship at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP), Cambridge, UK, working with Prof. G.W. Gibbons. He has experience in Theoretical Physics, with emphasis on General Relativity and Nonlinear Systems, working mainly on the following topics: geometric analysis applied to field theory, analogous models of gravitation, emergent geometries and topological solitons. He is interested in problems of mathematical-physics at the interface between differential geometry, topology of varieties and nonlinear partial differential equations. He is currently an adjunct professor at UFSJ, Alto Paraopeba Campus in Ouro Branco. Contact: egoulart@ufsj.edu.br |

## Gustavo do Amaral Valdiviesso |
## Particles and FieldsExperimental High Energy Physics inspire Research Interests: Neutrino Physics, with expertise in data analysis and simulations, working both in phenomenology and experimental area. Through the use of computer simulations, he has been working with small and large experimental collaborations, from the design of large detectors to the research and development of new detection techniques. Contact: gustavo.valdiviesso@unifal-mg.edu.br |

## Leonardo de Boni |
## Condensed MatterOptics and Photonics of Materials Research Interests: Nonlinear Optics, Spectroscopy, Laser Contact: deboni@ifsc.usp.br |