Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil in 1982, graduated in Physics at University of São Paulo (USP), doctor (Phd) in Computer Music at Portuguese Catholic University, currently works as assistant professor with Gulbenkian Professorship grant at the School of Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University, is an integrated researcher at CITAR and collaborator of the Brain Machine-Interface Research laboratory.

Since 2003 André has developed projects in the interface of science technology and arts. In the context of contemporary electroacoustic music André has worked with renowned artists, composers and musicians such as the Tonhalle Orchestra, Osesp, Linea Ensemble, Arditti Quartet, Jean-Claude Risset, Flo Menezes, Arthur Kampela, among others.

André´s research work is focused on the development of methodologies, strategies and tools that bridge the gap between the artistic and creative ideas and their technological implementation.