About Me
Ph.D. Student in Computer Sciences Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Researcher and giving his first steps into Teaching

Brief Introduction

Born and raised in the city of Aveiro, Portugal, I graduated in the Computer Engineering and Telematics course at the University of Aveiro, with which I obtained a master’s degree. In 2016, while in the degree cycle, I started researching in a scholarship granted at Instituto de Telecomunicações, in Aveiro, where I currently work.

I research within the NAP research group of the Instituto de Telecomunicações in vehicular networks while advancing studies in the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science. At the same university, I started teaching as a teacher assistant (TA).

To date, I have already taught in Programming I classes, a year-long course in Computer Engineering and Telematics, and in Mathematics, where you want to learn how to work out ways to solve problems, considering the Java language as the initiation programming language.

To learn more about me, please, click here.


A couple of weeks ago, Carnival was celebrated in some countries around the world. While some took their moments of fun out of it, some, each year, decide to embrace a new kind of adventure—still fun, but with a different flavor.
11 min read
Featured Image
One of my hobbies is filmography. Basically, almost ten years ago, I started to self-learn some techniques on how could I improve my homemade recordings in video media.
6 min read
Featured Image