A. Deppman is Associated Professor at the Sao Paulo University since 1999. Obtained the Ph.D. on Nuclear Physics in 1993. Has worked at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati from 1992 to 1998. Has developed research at the University of Bonn, at the Thomas Jefferson Laboratory (USA) and at LHC (CERN) in the ALICE collaboration. Developed the CRISP (standing for Collaboration Rio-Ilheus-Sao Paulo) to describe several aspects of nuclear reactions. Has investigated the emergence of non-extensive statistics in high energy collisions,developing the non-extensive self-consistent thermodynamics. Introduced the concept of thermofractals to describe the emergence of the non-extensive statistics. Demonstrated that the Yang-Mills Field theory, as QCD, will form fractal structures. Studied flux of information in scale-free networks.