I am currently a postdoc working with Judit Gervain and Samir Suweis in partnership projects between the Psychology and Physics Departments at the University of Padua where my research is about a description of the critical behavior in newborn babies brain through avalanche occurrence analysis with Electroencephalogram data. Additionally, I am working on the establishment of a physical framework to describe music-movement behavior in 6-to-24 months old babies. In a previous research I worked together with Ricardo Marinez-Garcia at ICTP-South American Institute for Fundamental Research (São Paulo - Brazil) where we established a Stochastic Model for a Microbial Competition Dynamics with Public- Good production ruled by Quorum-Sensing involving game theory, discrete non-deterministic individual interaction models, and mean-field approximations. In 2021, under the supervision of Carlos Fiore, I got my PhD in Physics from the University of São Paulo (Brazil) where I focused my learning to the field of Statistical Mechanics emphasizing the emergence of phase transitions in out-of-equilibrium systems in which the individual interaction dynamics are governed by probabilistic rules. I acquired my fundamentals on Data Analysis and Complex Systems concepts in my Master in Physics course at Universidade Estadual de Maringá (Paraná - Brazil) where under the supervision of Renio dos Santos Mendes we studied the Parliamentary Presence of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies through an Anomalous Diffusion conceptual framework. In La Paz - Bolivia from where I am, I got my Bachelor in Physics at Universidad Mayor de San Andres, where guided by Flavio Ghezzi, we were aimed to study the wind power potential of a specific Andean region of Bolivia. Since the beginning of my academic trajectory I got fascinated by the field of Complex Systems due to its wide theoretical foundations in statistical mechanics, computational tools and the interplay between physics and other fields. I am happy and thankful to have found people full of human values everywhere I had been at.