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MSc (MEI) topics for 2012/13.
João Lourenço received his doctoral degree from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, in 2004, where he holds a position as Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department. He is integrated member of the NOVA LINCS Research Center proposal, currently member of the CITI Research center. He is a member of the advisory board of the Euro-Par Conference Series, a member of the Management Committee of the Euro-TM COST action, and a member of the steering committee of the International Conference on Multicore Software Engineering, Performance, and Tools. In the past he was a member of the steering committee of the PADTAD Workshop Series. His primary research interests are in in-memory data management, and static and dynamic program analysis for anomaly detection in concurrent programs. During his sabbatical leave in 2011-12, he spent three months at the IBM Research Laboratory in Haifa, Israel, in Dr. Eitan Farchi's group. Recently he received a Distinguished Paper Award in Euro-Par 2012 and the Best paper Award at HVC 2012.
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ACM Computing Classification System research interests
(D.1.3) Programming Techniques — Concurrent Programming;
(D.2.2) Software Engineering — Design Tools and Techniques;
(D.2.4) Software Engineering — Software/Program Verification;
(D.2.5) Software Engineering — Testing and Debugging;
(D.4.1) Operating Systems — Concurrency Management;
(F.3.2) Logics and Meanings of Programs — Semantics of Programming Languages;
(D.2.4) Parallel Databases;
(K.3) Computers and Education.