I was born in Araras - SP, Brazil. I got my computer engineer (2002) and M.Sc. in Computer Science (2005) degrees at the Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil, and my PhD (2009) at University of São Paulo, São Carlos, Brazil. During my PhD I realized two doctoral internships: in George Mason University (VA, USA) and Microsoft Research (WA, USA). Currently I am an assistant professor at Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil. I have academic and industrial experience in computer science (software engineering) working mainly with software reuse, CASE, Model-Driven Development, component search and component-based development.
- Software Reuse, Model-Driven Development, Component-Based Software Engineering, CASE (Computer-Aided Software Engineering), Repository Systems
- Compilers, Experimental Software Engineering, Distributed Systems, Design Patterns
I am a professor at the Computing Department of UFSCar.
I got my D.Sc. degree at Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação at USP - Universidade de São Paulo (Advisor: Renata Pontin de Mattos Fortes)
I am a senior member of RiSE - Reuse in Software Engineering, one of the world's most important research groups in software reuse.
In 2008 I was a latin american Microsoft Research fellow. I've spent 12 weeks working with Ethan Jackson, as an intern in Microsoft Research's RiSE group.
I've spent six months working in the Department of Computer Science, at George Mason University, with Dr. Jon Whittle
My M.Sc. degree was obtained at Computing Department of UFSCar. (Advisor: Antonio Francisco do Prado)