Curriculum Vitae

Here you have a brief overview of my working and academic life. If you want a more portable version, you can download this in pdf format here.

Personal Information

Full Name
Luís Miguel Moreira de Carvalho
Date of Birth
28 February 1986
Contact

Work Experience

Dates
2010 — Present
Position
Scientist
Main Activities
Researcher in the areas of Autonomic Computing and Ambient Assisted Living. Management and acquisition of research projects, as well as proposal and supervision of Master theses.
Employer

Dates
May 2009 — August 2010
Position
Researcher
Main Activities
Researcher in the areas of user-centric and ad-hoc networks. Management of the webservices available at the IAN server, as well as the software internally available for the team. Responsible for the organisation and management of the IAN testbed and equipment.
Employer

Published Bibliography

2013

L. Carvalho, R. Campos, and M. Ricardo, "Context-aware Low-energy Wi-Fi Sensor Networks for e-Health", 15th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (IEEE Healthcom 2013), Lisbon, Portugal, October 2013.

2012

H.H. Nap, I. Bierhoff, A. Ferreiro, A. Català, A. Samà, C. Gálvez-Barrón, A. Rodríguez-Molinero, H.S. Ferreira, A. Martins, M. Antomarini, F. Cesaroni, C. Sdogati, L. Carvalho, R. Castro & J. Spallek, "Market driven implementation of the eCAALYX solution" (abstract), Gerontechnology 2012, 11(2).

2011

A. Rodrigues, C. Resende, L. Carvalho, P. Saleiro, F. Abrantes, "Performance Analysis of an Adaptable Home Healthcare Solution", 13th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Application Services (Healthcom 2011), Columbia, Missouri, USA, June 2011.

2009

L. Carvalho, R. Sofia, "A Performance Evaluation of Multihop Relaying vs. Multihop Routing", CRC 2009 - 9a Conferência sobre Redes de Computadores, Oeiras, Portugal, October, 2009.

L. Carvalho. "User-provided Networks: Relaying vs. Ad-hoc Routing", Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, M.Sc. Thesis, July 2009.


Student Supervisions

2013

Master Thesis: "Generic and Parameterizable Service for Remote Configuration of Mobile Phones Using Near Field Communication", Carlos Babo, co-supervision with Ph.D. Hugo Sereno, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, 2013.

2012

Master Thesis: "Adapting Mobile Devices for Seniors — an Autonomic Management Approach", Eduardo Santos, co-supervision with M.Sc. Pedro Saleiro and Ph.D. Dirk Elias, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, 2012.

Bachelor Thesis: "Bluetooth Link Robustness in Body Area Networks", André Pereira, co-supervision with Ph.D. Paula Viana, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, 2012.

2011

Master Thesis: "Phone-based Heart and Lung Functions Monitoring", João Filipe Trindade da Silva, co-supervision with Ph.D. António Pimenta Monteiro, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, 2011.


R&D Projects

Project Title
AAL4ALL — Ambient Assisted Living For All
Project Type
QREN Project
Role in Project
Team member
Dates
Jan. 2013 — Present

Project Title
REMPARK — Personal Health Device for the Remote and Autonomous Management of Parkinson’s Disease
Project Type
FP7 European Project
Role in Project
Team member
Dates
Oct. 2011 — Present

Project Title
S4S — Smartphones For Seniors
Project Type
QREN Project
Role in Project
Team member
Dates
Sep. 2012 — Jan. 2013

Project Title
CAALYX-MV — Complete Ambient Assisted Living Experiment — Market Validation
Project Type
CIP-PSP European Project
Role in Project
Team member
Dates
Mar. 2011 — Aug. 2012

Project Title
eCAALYX — Enhanced Complete Ambient Assisted Living Experiment
Project Type
FP7 European Project
Role in Project
Team member
Dates
Sep. 2010 — Mar. 2012

Project Title
ReCoop — Cooperative Wireless Networks
Project Type
QREN Project
Role in Project
Team member
Dates
May. 2008 — Aug. 2010

Education and Training

Dates
2010 — Present
Qualification (ongoing)
MAP-Tele Doctoral Programme in Telecommunications
Thesis Title
Context-aware auto-configuration of low-energy Wi-Fi sensor networks
Organization

Dates
2012
Training Programme
Informatics in Medicine & Clinical Research (24 hours)
Organization

Dates
2004 — 2009
Qualification
Integrated Master’s Degree in Electrical and Computers Engineering — Major in Telecommunications
Specialization in Computer Networks and Communication Services
Final Grade: 16 (of 20)
Main Subjects
Master Thesis: "User-provided Networks: Relaying vs. Ad-hoc Routing"
Keywords: User-Centric Models, Relaying, Ad-Hoc
Knowledge areas: Wireless Networks, Ad-Hoc Routing
Final Grade: 18 (of 20)
Organization

Personal Skills and Competences

Native Speaker
Portuguese
Other Languages
Proficient User (C2) of English
Basic User (A1) of French and Spanish

Programming Skills
Main Languages
C/C++, HTML / CSS / JavaScript, SQL.
Other Languages
PHP, Ruby, Java, Python, Groovy.

Frameworks
Experience with: Ruby on Rails, Grails, jQuery.

Others
Experienced Linux user; excellent Bash programming skills.

Additional Information

Problem-Solving Skills
Several participations in the BEST Engineering Competition
Best result: 2nd place at National level.
Management Skills
Several participations in the Global Management Challenge competition from SDG/Expresso.
Best result: 3rd place at National level.
Drivers license
Category B