Vilson Vieira received his BSc. in Computer Science at 2007 from University of Santa Catarina (Udesc) and MSc. in Applied Physics at 2014 from University of São Paulo (USP). Worked as data mining consultant for 1 year and a half. On this period began to teach programming courses at Udesc.

His macro-areas of research include Creativity Exploration, Alternative Computer Programming like Flow Based Programming, (Electronic) (Algorithmic) Music Composition, Computational Creativity, Digital/Software/Electronic Art, Physical Computing and Artificial Intelligence.

Vilson also helped to create the Brazilian Lisp User Group, the multimedia, systems & arts collective MuSA and the FLOSS development team Lab Macambira.

He is a free software and hardware enthusiast, releasing his projects using open source licenses.

Recently working with The Grid team on NofloFlowhub and Meemoo. With prof. Michel Hospital (UFSCar) on OvO Project. With prof. Luciano da Fontoura Costa (IFSC/USP) and prof. Gonzalo Travieso (IFSC/USP) on a computational creativity research.


Recently researching computational creativity as part of a Master Program on Computational Physics atUniversidade de São Paulo supported by CAPES.


  • Google Summer of Code 2014 for Mozilla
  • Google Summer of Code 2012 for Mozilla

Selected Publications

A quantitative approach to painting styles. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. Online at: and

A quantitative approach to evolution of music and philosophy J. Stat. Mech. (2012). Online at: and

The Algorithmic Autoregulation: Software Development Methodology. Revista Eletrônica de Sistemas de Informação, v. 12, n. 3, May-Aug 2014. doi:10.5329/RESI.2014.130200. ISSN 1677-3071. Online at:

Selected Exhibitions, Talks and Events

  • 2014 : ENCUN 2014. National Encounter of Music Composers. Web Audio and Livecoding Workshop. With Guilherme Lunhani.
  • 2014 : MozFest 2014 London. Art and Culture of the Web. Turtle Power and Art Bazaar. TheGrid.
  • 2014 : ArtBio. Generative Painting by Delaunay Triangulation.
  • 2014 : IFSC : Thesis defense
  • 2013 : SIFISC 2013 : A Study on Generative Paintings (exposition)
  • 2012 : AVAV[7] : Livecoding / Freakcoding
  • 2012 : AVAV[6] : AirHackTable
  • 2011 : SESC Pompéia. SP. BR. /Ciclo Hack/
  • 2011 : TDC. SP. BR. /Making noise with JavaScript/
  • 2010 : Galeria Victor Kursancew. SC. BR. /Mímesis Mulleriana uma Plágio Combinação/
  • 2010 : XI FISL. RS. BR. /Livecoding/
  • 2010 : IV SOLISC. SC. BR. /Atelier Livre/
  • 2009 : X FISL. RS. BR. /I Festival de Robótica Livre/
  • 2009 : Latinoware. PR. BR. /III Olimpíada de Robótica Livre Latino-americana/
  • 2008 : IX FISL. RS. BR. /Collective Intelligence with Lisp/
  • 2008 : Latinoware. PR. BR. /CL-Weblocks/
  • 2007 : VIII FISL. /Uncommon Web Development with Common Lisp/
  • 2007 : 56th ISI. PT. /Using the Internet to teach Statistics and the Statistical Environment R/
  • 2007 : XXX CNMAC. /Programando em R [...]/
  • 2005 : III SOLISC. /Debian-BR-CDD: Debian à Brasileira/



  • Udesc : Artificial Intelligence
  • Udesc : Object Oriented Programming
  • Udesc : Functional Programming
  • Udesc : Introduction to Computer Science
  • Udesc : Programming to Engineering
  • FCJ : Operational Systems
  • FCJ : Algorithms and Data Structures
  • FCJ : Object Oriented Programming

Participation in Events

  • 2014 : Scientific Writing in English: Tools and Techniques. Prof. Ethel Schuster (Northern Essex Community College – NECC).
  • 2014 : Workshop on Human-Robot Interaction. Prof. Gabriele Trovato. Waseda University.