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Graduated in Electrical Engineering (UFSC, 1987), Master in Electrical Engineering (UFSC, 1990), and PhD in Computer Science (IRISA - Université de Rennes I, France, 1994). Currently he is a professor at the computer science graduate program at Federal University of Paraná (2015). He was a professor at the Computer Science Department at UTFPR (2011-2015), at the PPGIa/PUCPR (1998-2011), and an associate professor at DAS/UFSC (1996-1998). He was a visiting professor at Ecole des Mines de Nantes - France (1999-2001), University of Rennes I - France (2008), and University of Milan/Crema - Italy (2009). In 2001 he co-founded the Brazilian Workshop on Information Security, which later became the Brazilian Symposium on Information Security and Computer Systems (SBSeg). He was the first coordinator of the Special Interest Group in Security of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC), and the Brazilian representative at IFIP TC-11 (2006-2010). He has experience research in computer systems, operating systems, security, and distributed systems.

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Research

Interest topics: security and resource management in operating systems and distributed systems.

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Member of the SBC - Brazilian Computer Society, co-founder of the Brazilian Symposium on Computer Systems Security and of the SBC Special Interest Group in Computer Security.


Miscellaneous

Linux Logo Linux enthusiast and power-user since 1993. I wrote my PhD thesis using Linux, in a notebook with the SLS distribution (thanks Noël Plouzeau!). The first kernel I compiled by myself was 0.99.14.

My Erdös number is 3: Paul Erdös (0) → Shmuel Zaks (1) → Michel Raynal (2) → Carlos Maziero (3). The papers linking us are:

  1. Minimum-Diameter Cyclic Arrangements in Mapping Data-Flow Graphs onto VLSI Arrays.
    P. Erdős, I. Koren, S. Moran, G. Silberman, S. Zaks.
    In: Mathematical Systems Theory 21, 85-98, Springer-Verlag, 1988.
  2. On-the-fly replay: a practical paradigm and its implementation for distributed debugging.
    O. Gerstel, S. Zaks, M. Hurfin, N. Plouzeau, M. Raynal.
    In: 6th IEEE Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing, 1994.
  3. A distributed kernel for virtual time driven applications.
    Ph. Ingels, C. Maziero, M. Raynal.
    In: 4th IEEE Intl Conference on Computing and Information, 1992.

Similarly, my Einstein Number is 5: Albert Einstein (0) → Ernst Gabor Straus (1) → Béla Bollobás (2) → Jean-Claude Bermond (3) → Michel Raynal (4) → Carlos Maziero (5). The papers linking us are:

  1. Einstein, A.; Straus, E. The influence of the expansion of space on the gravitation fields surrounding the individual stars. Rev. Modern Physics. 17, (1945). 120–124.
  2. Bollobás, B.; Erdős, P.; Straus, E. Complete subgraphs of chromatic graphs and hypergraphs. Utilitas Math. 6 (1974), 343–347.
  3. Bermond, J.-C.; Bollobás, B. The diameter of graphs—a survey. Proceedings of the Twelfth Southeastern Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing, Vol. I (Baton Rouge, La., 1981). Congr. Numer. 32 (1981), 3–27.
  4. Bermond, J.-C.; König, J.-C.; Raynal, M. General and efficient decentralized consensus protocols. Distributed algorithms (Amsterdam, 1987), 41–56, Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci., 312, Springer, Berlin, 1988.
  5. Ingels, Ph.; Maziero, C.; Raynal, M. A distributed kernel for virtual time driven applications. 4th IEEE Intl Conference on Computing and Information, 1992.
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