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  • 1. Cloud Computing and Future Internet Opportunities<br />João Barros<br />Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto<br />National Director of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program<br />CloudViews, Porto, May 2010<br />
  • 2. JoãoMota<br />ECE Dual degree PhD Student at IST and Carnegie Mellon.<br />Works on distributed algorithms for sensor networks.<br />
  • 3. Valentina Nisi<br />Hired as a faculty member at University of Madeira.<br />Previously with MIT Media Lab Europe.<br />An artists working on human-computer interaction.<br />
  • 4. RogérioCarapuça, CEO Novabase<br />Trains his staff of Novabase in advanced software engineering in Coimbra and at Carnegie Mellon.<br />
  • 5. Frank Pfenning<br /><ul><li>Professor at Carnegie Mellon and co-director of the dual degree PHD program in CS.
  • 6. Co-PI of the research project “Interfaces”
  • 7. Co-supervisor of PhD students.</li></li></ul><li>André Martins<br />Dual degree PhD Student in Language Technologies at IST and Carnegie Mellon.<br />Won a paper award and started the Priberam Seminar in Machine Learning. <br />
  • 8. Cristina Carias<br /><ul><li>PhD Student in Technological Change and Entrepreneurship.
  • 9. Studies how Human Capital Flows affect innovative industries.</li></li></ul><li>Ricardo Morla<br /><ul><li>Assistant Professor at Univ. of Porto
  • 10. Currently at Carnegie Mellon under the faculty exchange program.</li></li></ul><li>Eduardo Carqueja, CEO NDrive<br /> NDRIVE is an SME and a major partner in the DRIVE-IN project, which explores inter-vehicle communication.<br />
  • 11.
  • 12. INSTRUMENTS<br />Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program<br />Innovation<br />Research<br />Education<br />Collaborative<br />Projects<br />Professional<br />MS programs<br />Industrial Affiliates<br />Dual Degree<br />PhD Programs<br />PhD<br />Theses<br />
  • 13. Public Policy &Entrepre-neurship Dynamics in New ICTs<br />Carnegie Mellon<br />Portugal<br />Program<br />New Generation Networks<br /> for High-Quality Trusted Services<br />Applied<br />Mathematics<br />Software Engineering for <br />Large-Scale Dependable Systems<br />Cyber-Physical Systems <br />for Ambient Intelligence<br />Human-Centric <br />Computing<br />THEMATIC AREAS<br />
  • 14. Industrial Involvement<br />
  • 15. Industrial partners<br />
  • 16. Ongoing Projects<br />
  • 17. How can Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication enhance driver and passenger experience, while improving road and vehicle utilization?<br />PIs: M. Ferreira, O. Tonguz<br />IT / FCUP / FEUP / UA<br />Carnegie Mellon University<br />NDRIVE, BRISA<br />
  • 18. SINAIS<br />Can we use distributed sensor systems and human computer interaction to induce environmentally friendly behavior? <br />PIs: N. Nunes, A. Dey<br />MITI / UMa / IST<br />Carnegie Mellon University<br />ISA<br />
  • 19. PT - STAR<br />Can speech-to-speech machine translation enable natural language communication between people who do not share the same language?<br />PIs: L.Coheur, A. Black<br />INESC ID / IST / FLUL / UBI<br />Carnegie Mellon University<br />Priberam<br />
  • 20. Vital Responder<br />How can cyber-physical systems and wearable technologies form a network to assist and reduce the risks of first responders in critical events? <br />PIs: J. P. Cunha, P. Narasimhan<br />IT / IEETA / FCUP / FEUP / UA<br />Carnegie Mellon University<br />Bio Devices<br />
  • 21. Projects related to cloud computing<br />
  • 22. Aeminium<br />Can we write programs for parallel processors in a simple and provably correct way?<br />PIs: P. Marques, J. Aldrich
FCTUC, UMa<br />Carnegie Mellon University
Novabase<br />
  • 23. WESP<br />Can we ensure stronger web security and privacy by designing more intuitive user interfaces?<br />PIs: V. Kostakos, N. Sadeh
UMa, IST/UTL<br />Carnegie Mellon University
PortugalTelecom / Sapo<br />
  • 24. How can advanced logic be used to ensure that different software modules operate securely and correctly with each other?<br />Pis: L. Caires, F. Pfenning<br />FCTUNL/FCUL<br />Carnegie Mellon University<br />OutSystems<br />
  • 25. IT Porto<br /><ul><li>Foundedin2007 attheUniversityofPorto
  • 26. DelegationofInstituto de Telecomunicações at FEUP and FCUP
  • 27. Currently, 14 researcherswitha PhD
  • 28. Ana Aguiar
  • 29. Luis Almeida
  • 30. Luis Antunes
  • 31. João Barros
  • 32. William Carson
  • 33. 30+ PhDstudents
  • 34. >2.5M EUR researchfunding
  • 35. Miguel Coimbra
  • 36. Michel Ferreira
  • 37. Daniel Lucani
  • 38. Cristina Olaverri
  • 39. VerónicaOrvalho
  • 40. Rui Prior
  • 41. Miguel Rodrigues
  • 42. Fausto Vieira
  • 43. Tiago Vinhoza</li></li></ul><li>Research Teams<br />Security Research<br />
  • 44. Core Competencies<br />Information Theory<br />Coding and Cryptography<br />Large-scale Graph Analysis<br />Signal Processing<br />Communication Protocols<br />Geo-Referenced Systems<br />Peer-to-Peer Networks<br /><ul><li>Multimedia Streaming
  • 45. Secret Key Distribution
  • 46. Sensor Networks
  • 47. Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • 48. Computer Animation
  • 49. Real-time Systems</li></li></ul><li>Shannon Communications Lab @ FEUP & IT Porto<br />Faculty / Post-Doctoral Researchers <br />Prof. João Barros (PhD TU München in 2004, Fulbright at Cornell Univ., Sab. MIT, JB)<br />Dr. Fausto Vieira (PhD UPC Barcelona in 7/2008)<br />Dr. Tiago Vinhoza (PhD PUC Rio in 8/2008)<br />Prof. Ana Aguiar (PhD TU Berlin, 2008)<br />Prof. Daniel Lucani(PhD MIT in 4/2010)<br />PhDstudents<br />Rui Costa SergioCrisóstomo<br />Mari Nistor Luísa Lima <br />GerhardMaierbacher Paulo Oliveira <br />João Paulo Vilela RuiMeireles<br />Mate BobanDiogo Ferreira <br />João Patriarca SaurabhShintre<br /> João Rodrigues Pedro Santos<br />HanaKhamfroush<br />
  • 50. Security for Lower Layers<br />End-to-end cryptography<br />Application<br />Application<br />Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)<br />Transport<br />Transport<br />Network<br />Network<br />Virtual private networks (IPSec)<br />Link<br />Link<br />Physical<br />Physical<br />Admission control (e.g.WPA)<br />Physical-layer security ?<br />
  • 51. a<br />b<br />a<br />b<br />a<br />b<br />Security for NetworkCoding<br />a b<br /><ul><li>NetworkCodingincreasesthroughputandrobustness.
  • 52. Byzantineattackscanbecatastrophic.
  • 53. Idea:
  • 54. Use codepropertiesto protectthedata.
  • 55. Solutions:
  • 56. SPOC (securepracticalnetworkcoding) combines cryptoandnetworkcoding
  • 57. Signatureschemesuse algebraicstructureofthecodefor authentication</li></ul>S<br />T<br />U<br />W<br />a+b<br />X<br />a+b<br />a+b<br />Y<br />Z<br />a b<br />a b<br />
  • 58. Security for Distributed Storage<br /> Blocking probability analysis for coded P2P systems.<br />
  • 59. Large Network Analysis<br />NECO simulation software was downloaded more than 1000 times in 2009.<br />
  • 60. Goal: Aggregate critical mass in ICT Innovation<br />Minho<br />Porto<br />Aveiro<br />Covilhã<br />Coimbra<br />Lisboa<br />Algarve<br />Madeira<br />
  • 61. Innovation Networks<br />Research platforms capable of addressing challenging problems that are practically relevant and technically deep. <br />Future Internet Tech. & Serv.<br />Security and CriticalInfrastructures<br />Interactive Media<br />Other Networks…<br />Next Generation Networks<br />Cyber-Physical Systems<br />Software Engineering<br />Human-Centric Computing<br />

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