Dr. Adriano Fabro is adjunct professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Brasilia since 2014. He is a CNPq level 2 productivity fellow and an executive member of the ABCM's Uncertainty Quantification and Stochastic Modeling Committee since 2016 and of the Dynamics Committee since 2023. He received ABCM's The Hofer Young Researcher Award for Young Researcher in the field of Dynamics in 2019. His main subjects of interest include structural dynamics, wave propagation, metamaterials, signal processing and uncertainty modeling. He holds a degree in Control and Automation Engineering (2007) and Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering (2010) from the University of Campinas, in Brazil, and a PhD in Sound and Vibration (2014) from the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), University of Southampton, UK, with a The Lord Rayleigh scholarship during which time he was EU FP7 Marie Curie fellow. He published 34 articles in international journals and more than 70 papers in national and international conferences and patent applications as a result of research in collaboration with the industry. PI and co-PI in research projects funded by CNPq, FAPDF, FAPESP, the Royal Society and PETROBRAS.