People

Nuno Laranjeiro

Email

Home Page

http://eden.dei.uc.pt/~cnl

Member

Software and Systems Engineering

Research interests

Web Services
Dependability
Interoperability
Security
Enterprise Application Integration
Enterprise Java Development

Short Bio

Nuno Laranjeiro received the PhD degree from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, in September 2012, where he currently is an Assistant Professor. His research focuses on robust software services, including experimental dependability evaluation, web services interoperability and security and enterprise application integration. He has authored more than 40 publications, including papers in refereed conferences and journals in the services computing and dependability areas. He has participated in several national and European research projects and acted as a referee for several international conferences and journals in the dependability and services areas.

National Projects

MobiWise: from mobile sensing to mobility advising

International Projects

CECRIS – CErtification of CRItical Systems
DEVASSES: DEsign, Verification and VAlidation of large-scale, dynamic Service SystEmS
EUBrasilCloudFORUM: Fostering an International dialogue between Europe & Brazil
EUBra-BIGSEA: Europe – Brazil Collaboration of BIG Data Scientific Research through Cloud-Centric Applications
ALIOT: Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications
FCT/ CAPES - SORTS: Supporting the Orchestration of Resilient and Trustworthy Fog Services

Past Projects

CRITICAL Software Technology for an Evolutionary Partnership (CRITICAL STEP)
Menon@WS - Methodologies for the Development of Non-Vulnerable Web Services
ADAAS: Assuring Dependability in Architecture-based Adaptive Systems
iCIS - Intelligent Computing in the Internet of Services
CABRIOLET – Model-Oriented Approach and Intelligent Knowledge-Based System for Evolvable Academia-Industry Cooperation in Electronic and Computer Engineering
V-SIS – Validação de Sistemas Críticos




Journal Articles

2017

(3 publications)

2016

(1 publication)

2015

(2 publications)

2014

(2 publications)

2012

(1 publication)

2008

(1 publication)

Conference Articles

2017

(3 publications)

2016

(3 publications)

2015

(5 publications)

2014

(4 publications)

2013

(2 publications)

2012

(2 publications)

2011

(2 publications)

2010

(3 publications)

2009

(7 publications)

2008

(4 publications)

2007

(4 publications)

Book Chapters

PhD Theses

MSc Theses