Paulo Gandra de Sousa (Publications)
Research Centre Adjunct Director
Professor, Collaborator PhD Researcher
Paulo Gandra de Sousa is a Professor of Informatics at Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal) - ISEP/IPP since 1996. He graduated in 1995 from ISEP-IPP; in 1998, he concluded a post-graduation on "Distributed Systems, Computer Architectures and Computer Communications" at Universidade do Minho (University of Minho, Portugal), and achieved his PhD in 2002 (also from Universidade do Minho). He worked for 3 years as an application developer for a Portuguese software house in the field of electronic archive, database retrievals and component development. Prior to IPP-HURRAY! he was a member of the R&D Group on Knowledge Engineering and Decision Support (GECAD, ISEP/IPP) and the technical contact point for the ISEP/IPP node of AgentLink – European Network of Excellence in Agent Based computing. He is one of the founders of the Portuguese chapter of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA). His main research interests are Distributed (Intelligent) Systems, Large Scale Systems, and Enterprise Application Architectures.
Mário Alves, Björn Andersson, Anis Koubâa, Nuno Pereira, Paulo Gandra de Sousa, Eduardo TovarChapter in "The Emerging Domain of Cooperating Objects (CONET Roadmap 2011) 1st Edition", Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 2011. Germany.The CISTER researchers were responsible for Chapter 2. They also organised and contributed to the chapters/sections on non-functional properties: description, state-of-the-art, roadmap and timeline. Section 3.3 Non-Functional Properties (Chapter 3 - State of the Art in Cooperating Object Research): pp. 61-73; Section 6. 3 Non-Functional Properties (Chapter 6 - Research Roadmap): pp. 204-213.
Mário Alves, Björn Andersson, Nouha Baccour, Anis Koubâa, Ricardo Severino, Paulo Gandra de SousaChapter in "Research Roadmap on Cooperating Objects (CONET Roadmap 2009) 1st Edition", Logos Verlag. Jun 2009.The CISTER researchers organised and contributed to the chapters/sections on non-functional properties: description, state-of-the-art, roadmap and timeline. Section 3.3 - Non-Functional Properties (Chapter 3 - State of the Art in Cooperating Object Research): pp. 58-76; Section 6.1.3 - Non-Functional Properties (Chapter 6 Research Roadmap; Section 6.1 - Gaps and Trends): pp. 199-209; Section 6.2.3 - Non-functional Properties (Section 6.2 Timeline): pp. 219-220.
Ricardo Severino, Ricardo F. T. Gomes, Mário Alves, Eduardo Tovar, Rafael Aguilar, Paulo Lourenço, Paulo Gandra de Sousa5th IFAC International Conference on Management and Control of Production and Logistics. 8 to 10, Sep, 2010, Workshop "Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks". Coimbra, Portugal.Invited paper
Björn Andersson, Paulo Gandra de Sousa, Filipe Pacheco, Vinny Reynolds, Panayiotis Andreou, Pedro J. Marrón, Pedro J. Marrón9th International Workshop on Real-Time Networks (RTN 2010). 6, Jul, 2010. Brussels, Belgium.In conjunction with the 22th Euromicro Intl Conference on Real-Time Systems, July 7-9
Rafael Aguilar, Luis Ramos, Paulo Lourenço, Ricardo Severino, Ricardo F. T. Gomes, Paulo Gandra de Sousa, Mário Alves, Eduardo TovarInternational Modal Analysis Conference & Exposition on Structural Dynamics (IMAC-XXVIII). 11, Nov, 2009. Jacksonville, U.S.A..
Hossein Fotouhi, Ricardo Severino, Mário Alves, Nuno Pereira, Eduardo Tovar, Filipe Pacheco, Paulo Gandra de SousaPoster presented in CISTER 1st Industrial Workshop on Real-Time and Embedded Systems (CiWork 2013). 18, Jun, 2013. Porto, Portugal.
Pasquale Pagano, Mona Chitnis, Antonio Romano, Giuseppe Lipari, Ricardo Severino, Mário Alves, Paulo Gandra de Sousa, Eduardo TovarPoster presented in 24th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2009), ACM New York. 9 to 12, Mar, 2009, pp 1687-1688. Honolulu, U.S.A..
Ricardo F. T. Gomes, Ricardo Severino, Paulo Gandra de Sousa28, Apr, 2010.Under the joint collaboration project on Monuments' Structural Monitoring (MSM) between CISTER-ISEP and ISISE-U. Minho
Mário Alves, Nouha Baccour, Anis Koubâa, Ricardo Severino, Gianluca Dini, Nuno Pereira, Rui Sá, Ida Savino, Paulo Gandra de Sousa11, Nov, 2009.