University of Coimbra: 2011 - 2013
Did thesis research in the fields of Information Systems and Semantic Web. Thesis grade: 19 out of 20.
Final grade: "Excellent" (18 out of 20).
University of Coimbra: 2008 - 2011
Final grade: "Very Good" (16 out of 20).
Coursera: 2012 - Present
Human-Computer Interaction (Stanford University): 88.3%.
Game Theory (Stanford University): 86%.
Gamification (University of Pennsylvania): 92.3%.
British Council: 2007 - 2009
Final grade: C.
Also finished the First Certificate in English (FCE) with grade A and the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) with grade C.
Shuffler.fm: January 2013 - July 2013
Working in the webapp frontend and backend, in the web crawlers and in applications for other services.
Pedro Nunes Institute: September 2011 - March 2012
Worked in the Information System frontend and backend and interacted directly with users for the creation of new modules for them.
University of Coimbra: 2010
Merit prize attributed by the University of Coimbra for its 3% best students, refering to the scholar year 2009/2010.
Promundo: 2012 - 2013
Designed and developed from scratch the website for Promundo, an association for social causes focused on education and international cooperation.
Towarszystwo Przyjaciół Dzieci: July 2012 - August 2012
Worked for 6 weeks with children from pathological families and orphans, taught them English and elaborated workshops and cultural presentations.
ACM: 1998 - Present
Federated judo athlete with participation in national and international tournaments.
Approved in the exam of graduation for the 1st Dan (black belt) in June 2009.
Certified as a judo referee by Associação Distrital de Judo de Coimbra in May 2011.
A webapp for browsing points of interest (POI) of Portuguese cities that collects data from different sources and uses crowdsourcing to improve its catalogue.
This webapp was developed in the scope of a programming challenge for the platform One.Stop.Transport.
Designed the webapp and worked in frontend and backend. Also developed crawling scripts to fetch information from data sources.
A demo webapp that serves as an example for developers to use the Shuffler.fm API v2.
Worked mainly in the backend's interaction with the API.
The official website of Promundo, a Portuguese association for social causes focused on education and international cooperation.
This website was fully developed as an unpaid voluntary work for Promundo.
Did the full website development (including theme) by scratch with some collaborations from other Promundo volunteers.
A Google Chrome extension to hide uninteresting posts in your Facebook news feed and also to protect against some Facebook jacking attempts. This was a project for a 48h hackathlon that has never really moved past the first prototype.
Worked mainly in the frontend, interaction with Facebook and in the video for the presentation.
Academic project developed for the course Ubiquitous Computing.
Android app with a web-based administration that uses crowdsourcing to learn public transports' actual schedules.
Worked in web-based administration, Android app and machine learning algorithms.
Academic project developed for the course Human-Computer Interaction.
Online service based on user-submited photos of traveling destinations that uses embedded GPS metadata to locate them and build a catalogue of interesting places to travel to.
Worked in webapp frontend and backend following a user-centered design approach.
Academic project developed for the course Sematic Web.
News website for movies and TV shows based on Semantic Web technologies for smart searches and suggestions.
Designed the website, built the RDF ontology and worked in frontend and backend.
Academic project developed for the course Information Systems Management.
Web-based Incident Management System (from ITIL) that can be automatically built based on an existing database schema and BPMN file.
Developed the database schema parser and converter to running webapp and worked in the webapp frontend and backend.
Academic project developed for the course Computer Graphics.
A First Person Shooter for Linux using OpenGL featuring interactive scenario elements such as targets that can be knocked down, glass that can be broken and dynamic lights.
Did a bit of everything.
Organization and participation in the project log in dei, an innovative set of talks aimed at High School students to enlighten them about College studies.
Organized the set of talks, presented a talk and created and updated the website and Facebook page.
Flash game in Portuguese about the life of a Computer Science student from the University of Coimbra. It is composed by a collection of minigames.
Designed and developed the game menus and some minigames.