**Email:** pietropic [at] pm.me

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Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu - Paris Rive Gauche (IMJ-PRG)

Sorbonne Universite

4 place Jussieu, Boite Courrier 247

75252 Paris Cedex 5

I am a PhD student at Sorbonne University (Paris VI) under the supervision of Sébastien Boucksom and Tat Dat To. My current PhD project, as well as my Master thesis, is about Complex Geometry, more precisely the interaction of Non-Archimedian Geometry with Complex Analytic Geometry.

In September 2021, with the support of the PGSM Scholarship, I moved to Paris, in the same month I turned 22 and Sally Rooney's new book came out. It was an interesting month. Currently I am 23, a fellow of the Math-In-Paris Program and waiting for Sally Rooney's next book.

I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of São Paulo in 2021, where my advisor was Ivan Struchiner, we studied Morse Theory, and it's applications such as the H-Cobordism theorem, aiming for the proof of the Generalized Poincaré Conjecture.

My slides from some of my recent talks can be found here. Here is a copy of my current CV.

I also organize a student run academic group, called A5 Group. During my undergraduate years I also took three summer courses at IMPA. For some of my other non-mathematical interests, see the fun stuff section.