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CBRAIN 2018-2019: NetSys 2019 pitch rehearsal

Event

Title:
CBRAIN 2018-2019: NetSys 2019 pitch rehearsal
When:
Tue, 19. February 2019
Where:
Lisboa,
Category:
COPELABS Events
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Description

 

Title: NetSys 2019 pitch rehearsal

Abstrat:  presentation of PhD student's work who are going to attend to  NetSys 2019, the International Conference on Networked Systems to be held in Munich, Germany, from March 18th up to 21st, 2019.

Presenters: 

Daniel Silva, NEMPS PhD

Bio: Daniel holds a master degree in applied computing in the area of software engineering from the Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina (UDESC Brazil). Currently, is a employee of COPELABS, the research unit of the Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, working as junior researcher in Lisbon-PT. Daniel is also a student of the New Media and Pervasive System (NEMPS 2017/2018) doctoral program of the Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades de Tecnologias. Used to be a university professor (between 2004 and 2017) in the subjects of database, information systems and software engineering in universities in the city of Joinville-Brazil. Also worked in the software industry (between 2002 and 2017), developing ERP systems and working on all stages of software development, from research and planning to delivery and maintenance.

Liliana Carvalho, NEMPS PhD

Bio:Liliana I. Carvalho (female, M.Sc.), is a junior researcher at COPELABS (Cognitive and People-centric Computing), University LusoĢfona, and a PhD student at the New Media and Pervasive Systems (NEMPS) PhD programme, working on pervasive sensing aspects in the context of social interaction and social well-being. Her current research interests concern human behavior inference via mobile sensing platforms. 

Godwin Anuork, NEMPS PhD

Bio:Godwin Anuork Asaamoning is a junior researcher at SITI, COPELABS. He holds a Bachelor of Education degree in Information Technology from University of Education Winneba, Ghana, and a Master of Science degree in Information Technology from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), also in Ghana. Currently, he is a PhD student in the New Media and Pervasive Systems Programme at Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologia in Portugal. His Thesis title; “Wireless Networking for Autonomous Mobile Smart Cameras.


Venue

Location:
Room U1.5.-COPELABS Meeting room
Street:
Campo Grande 376
ZIP:
1749-024
City:
Lisboa
Country:
Portugal

Description

Building U, first floor