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jpdias: engineer. developer. photography enthusiast.

Currently working as a researcher on the thin line between hardware and software, João Pedro Dias has a BSc+MSc in Informatics and Computing Engineering by the Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto (FEUP). He is a Ph.D. student of the Doctoral Program in Informatics Engineering by the same university since 2017 (holding a FCT grant). He is an Invited Assistant Lecturer at FEUP since 2017, lecturing various courses ranging from Software Engineering to Operating Systems. He has co-supervised 5 MSc dissertations and participated as a Researcher in two projects at LIACC and INESC TEC (Porto, Portugal). He works in the area of Software Engineering, with a special interest in Design Patterns, Internet-of-Things, Security and Privacy with more than 20 published and indexed papers. In his leisure time, he can be found participating in Capture The Flag competitions, messing around with Software-defined Radio, doing web development, learning how to reverse engineer hardware and photographing while wandering in nature.

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Research Interests

Recent Publications

Margarida Silva, João Pedro Dias, André Restivo and Hugo Sereno Ferreira
International Conference on Computational Science
Danny Soares, João Pedro Dias, André Restivo and Hugo Sereno Ferreira
International Conference on Computational Science
João Pedro Dias, André Restivo and Hugo Sereno Ferreira
3rd International Workshop on Software Engineering Research & Practices for the Internet of Things (SERP4IoT 2021), part of 43rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2021)
André Lago, João Pedro Dias, and Hugo Sereno Ferreira
Journal of Computational Science
Pedro Lourenço, João Pedro Dias, Ademar Aguiar, Hugo Sereno Ferreira and André Restivo
Communications in Computer and Information Science

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