José Pedro Gomes

José Pedro Gomes is a Ph.D. student working in the intersection of computer graphics, computer vision, and deep learning. Aiming to push the boundaries of generative models to create visually stunning and immersive virtual environments. José is supervised by Prof. Fernando De La Torre at CMU and Prof. Alexandre Bernardino in Portugal.

Pedro Cachim

Pedro Cachim holds a dual Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from IST and ISAE-SUPAERO and works as a guidance, navigation and control engineer at GMV. His PhD research will focus on the provably safe and performant implementation of optimization-based guidance and control algorithms.

Marta Freitas

Marta Freitas is a Biomedical Engineer and researcher at the Soft and Printed Microelectronics Lab, Institute of Systems and Robotics – University of Coimbra. Marta is particularly interested in exploring the potential of combining different technologies, such as microelectromechanical systems and stretchable electronics, to develop novel solutions for soft medical robotics.

Pedro Oliveira

Pedro is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Instituto Superior Técnico. He got a MSc in Telecommunications and Informatics Engineering at Instituto Superior Técnico and worked in network architecture of IP/MPLS and SD-WAN networks at Nokia. Currently he is doing research on the security of Machine Learning systems that are at the core of future Self-Driving Networks.

Pedro Camponês

I am a CS PhD student at Nova SST, working in: Network Security, Fault Tolerant Distributed Systems, Blockchains, and Privacy-Preserving Computation. I have great interest in all aforementioned areas and aim to explore them further during my PhD, all the while finding engaging problems and trying my hand at fixing them (hopefully with some success).

João Tomé

I got my BSc in Electronics Engineering and my MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering, both at IST, this last one focused on micro and nano-electronics design. The objective for my Ph.D. under the CMU Portugal Program is to develop and improve power harvesting and data transmission techniques for integrated circuits applied to bioengineering.

Eduard Pinconschi

Eduard is a Ph.D. student in Informatics Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Porto (FEUP). He graduated in Information Systems and Computer Engineering at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST). His recent research compares the performance of automated program repair (APR) tools in the context of security. His collaboration with CMU aims at reasoning software security in an automated style.

Diogo Pereira

Diogo is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Electrical and Computer Engineering at FCT NOVA. He obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from FCT NOVA. His research interests lie in the areas of stochastic processes applied to computer and data science, wireless mobile networks, and network modelling.