Raquel Buzogany is a PhD student at the Humanitarian Operations Research Center in the Faculty of Economics at USI. Her activities include developing a didactic plan for master’s students to follow for their theses, collaborating in the management of master programs related to humanitarian operations and other teaching-related issues.
Her research interest unfolds around humanitarian operations, including logistical and behavioral aspects, and system dynamics. She is the principle researcher in a project funded by the SNF that will systematically study competition and cooperation problems in the humanitarian sector using a Common Pool Resources approach.
She is an industrial engineer with a bachelor’s degree from Universidade de Brasília (Brazil) and a master’s degree in logistics from Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil).