I am a Software Engineer from Portugal. I took a Master's degree in Informatics and Computer Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP).
There are multiple topics in the field of Computer Engineering that I enjoy working on and I always like to face new challenges. In particular, in this website, you can find some of my projects, either developed as part of my studies or during my free time. Also, you can check my blog where I have written about security vulnerabilities I found in some systems.
Apr 2020 - Present
Software Engineer at Replai
Working on a startup to build new technology that generates AI-driven short-videos to engage sports fans by automatically and quickly picking the best moments from a live stream.
Aug 2018 - Apr 2020
Software Engineer at Feedzai
Helped achieve customer success, adapting the company’s product to the necessities of each client.
Main activities: Java development, requirements discussion, technical design, technical leadership and DevOps
Master's degree in Informatics and Computing Engineering
Feb 2018 - Jul 2018
Software Engineering Intern at Bosch Car Multimedia
Worked on my master’s thesis under the topic “Thermal imaging for vehicle occupant monitoring”.
Sep 2017 - Jan 2018
Erasmus+ programme in Barcelona School of Informatics
Topics studied: Deep Learning; Concurrency and Parallelism; Virtual and Augmented Reality; Constraint Processing and Programming; Intelligent Data Analysis Applications in Business.
Jul 2017 - Aug 2017
Software Engineering Intern at Armis
Worked on a map visualization module for an internal product, gaining experience with technologies such as Angular, ASP.NET and PostGIS.
Developed a business intelligence solution for the same product using SQL Server, SSIS, SSAS and Power BI. Built a Data Warehouse and created ETL processes for keeping multidimensional cubes up-to-date.
Start of my Masters in Informatics and Computing Engineering
BSc (3 years) + MSc (2 years) in Informatics and Computing Engineering (MIEIC) at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP).
26th May 1995