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Mathematical genealogy:

As can be seen here, my mathematical lineage has some noble ancestors (two Bernoulli's, Euler, Lagrange, d'Alambert, Gauss, Hilbert, and others). Maybe this explain my interest in theoretical mechanics! A litle bit more detailed genealogy tree is available here, as well as a link to my Math Genealogy page.

Colaboration distance:

Currently my Erdös Number is 5 and my Einstein Number is 7.

 [1]  Americo Cunha Jr  coauthored with Rubens Sampaio
 [2]  Rubens Sampaio  coauthored with William Williams
 William Williams
 coauthored with Lael Kinch
 [4]  Lael Kinch  coauthored with Jenő Lehel
 [5]  Jenő Lehel
 coauthored with Paul Erdös
 [6]  Paul Erdös  coauthored with Ernst Gabor Straus
 [7]  Ernst Gabor Straus  coauthored with Albert Einstein

A. Cunha Jr and R. Sampaio
  On the nonlinear stochastic dynamics of a continuous system with discrete attached elements
  Applied Mathematical Modelling, vol. 39, pp. 809-819, 2015.
 [2] R. Sampaio. and W. O. Williams
  Thermodynamics of diffusing mixtures
  J. Mécanique, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 19–45, 1979.
 [3] C. Eberhart, W. O. Williams and L. Kinch
  Idempotent-generated regular semigroups
  J. Austral. Math. Soc., vol. 15, pp. 27–34, 1973.
 [4] L. Kinch and J. Lehel
  Sum-distinct sequences and Fibonacci numbers
  Period. Math. Hungar., vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 65–71, 1990.
 [5] P. Erdös, M. S. Jacobson and J. Lehel
  Graphs realizing the same degree sequences and their respective clique numbers
  Graph Theory, Combinatorics, and Applications, vol. 1, pp. 439–449, 1991.
 [6] P. Erdös and E. G. Straus
  On linear independence of sequences in a Banach space
  Pacific J. Math., vol. 3, pp. 689–694, 1953.
 [7] A. Einstein and E. G. Straus
  The influence of the expansion of space on the gravitation fields surrounding the individual stars
  Rev. Modern Phys., vol. 17, pp. 120–124, 1945.