Complimentary activities

In addition to teaching activities at the undergraduate level, the scientific initiation guidelines and the final projects, the PPCIC teachers have carried out several other complementary activities during the four-year period. The activities include: (i) reviewing periodicals, (ii) participation of a program committee, (iii) participation of CEFET/RJ senior councils, (iv) management activities, (v) mini-courses, (vi) Theses and dissertations in other HEIs, (vii) participation of doctoral and masters in other HEIs, (viii) honors and awards. These actions are presented to the teacher as follows:

Diego Brandão: had an APQ1 research project approved at FAPERJ. He is the leader of the Computational Modeling Research Group of CEFET/RJ. He organized the International Conference on Formal Aspects of Component Software in 2015 and the Regional School of Information Systems in 2014.

Diego Haddad: had a Universal research project approved at CNPq. He is co-leader of the Computational Modeling Research Group of CEFET/RJ.

Eduardo Bezerra: had a technological project approved by CNPq. He is leader of the research group in Data Mining of CEFET/RJ. In 2016 he was the author of the mini-course of Deep Learning in the Brazilian Database Symposium. Between 2015 and 2016, he produced a new edition of the books: Principles of Analysis and Design of Systems with UML and Data Mining: concepts, techniques, algorithms, orientations and applications. With regard to administrative support, he coordinated the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science between 2013-2014, during which time he was also a member of the Teaching Council. Between 2015-2016 he was an alternate member of the Teaching, Research and Extension Council.

Eduardo Ogasawara: is a research productivity fellow at CNPq. He had APQ1 research projects approved at FAPERJ. He is the local coordinator, representing CEFET/RJ, of INCT in Data Science, which had the merit approved by CNPq in 2016. He is leader of the research group in Data Science of CEFET/RJ. He coordinates dissertations and theses with the National Laboratory of Scientific Computing and participated in PhD and Master’s degrees at LNCC, UFRJ and UFF. He is a reviewer of the following journals: IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, The Journal of Systems and Software and VLDB Journal. He is on the program committee of SIAM International Conference on Data Mining and the Brazilian Database Symposium. Annually offers the Mini Course of Data Analysis in the LNCC Summer Program. In administrative terms, he coordinates the PPCIC and was an elected member of the Teaching, Research and Extension Council (CEPE) between 2013-2016.

Gustavo Paiva Guedes e Silva: had a project approved at FAPERJ. He received an honorable mention at BrasNam 2014 with the article “An Approach to Social Network Based Bonus Programs” and in SAC-2015 with the article “Exploring Multiple Clustering in Attributed Graphs”. In administrative terms, he coordinates a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (Maracanã) since 2015, during which time he is also a member of the Teaching Council.

João Roberto de Toledo Quadros: had an APQ1 research project approved at FAPERJ. He got the best article from SENID 2013 with the work “Environment Construction for Developing Gestalt-Based Educational Games”. Orientated students of the Technical Course of Informatics who obtained: Silver Medal (editions of 2010 and 2011) and Bronze (editions of 2009 and 2016) in the Brazilian Computing Olympiad (OBI), 3rd place in the Copa CRIN (RioINFO Algorithms Cup) 2012 and 2013 and also participated in the Brazilian Robotics Olympiad, in the state of 2015 and 2016. Organized the Rio de Janeiro Regional of the Brazilian Olympiad of Informatics since 2009. Organized and coordinated, as the state headquarters, the 2015 Programming Marathon. In administrative terms, he was coordinator of the Technical Course of Informatics (Maracanã) from 2006 to 2014; Was elected member of the Teaching Council (CONEN) in the 2012-2013 biennium and also a member of the Council of Technical Education (CONDMET) from 2008 to 2014.

Joel Andre Ferreira dos Santos: had an APQ1 research project approved at FAPERJ. He had a Ten-Note Fellowship from FAPERJ during his PhD. He had his article selected among the five best SBMF 2013, Brazilian Society of Computing. He was the author of the mini-course Challenges for the Verification of Consistency of Interactive Multimedia Documents in WebMedia 2016. He has been a member of the program committee of the Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web since 2016. In administrative terms, he is the substitute of the PPCIC coordinator.

Jorge de Abreu Soares: colíder of the Data Science Research Group of CEFET/RJ. Externally, it has directed up to 2016 five masters students at UERJ. He organized the XVII Meeting of the MSc in Accounting Sciences in 2015. In administrative terms, he was assistant (two years) and general coordinator (one and a half years) of the Post-Graduate Program in Accounting Sciences of UERJ between 2013 and 2016. He also played The function of Head of the Department of Administrative Sciences of the Faculty of Administration and Finance of UERJ in two terms (between May 2011 and May 2015), in addition to being a member of the Higher Council for Education, Research and Extension of UERJ (CSEPE) (CPPPG), and the Standing Committee on Strategy, Standards and Development (CPEND). It is an ad hoc evaluator of INEP/MEC for acts of authorization, recognition and renewal of recognition referring to undergraduate courses in Computing since 2010.

Kele Teixeira Belloze: has experience in bioinformatics and has participated in research projects with Fiocruz.

Laura Silva de Assis: had a project approved at FAPERJ and at CEFET/RJ (internal edict). He obtained an honorable mention for work presented at the 24th Workshop on Computer Education (CSBC WEI). In administrative terms, he coordinates the Computer Engineering course (Petrópolis) since 2016 and was a member of the Extension Council (CONEX) in 2016.

Leonardo de Silva Lima: is a CNPq Research Productivity Fellow. He was a FAPERJ researcher of the Edict Support to Emerging Groups and Universal Project of CNPq, besides being a Young Scientist Scholar of Our State. He is a leader of the GEOS Research Group on Strategic Operations and Systems Management at CEFET/RJ and participates as a researcher in the group Spectral Theory of Graphs in Graphical Structural Problems and in Combinatorial Optimization, linked to COPPE/UFRJ’s Production Engineering Program. In addition to partnerships with researchers from UFRJ, the professor also works with researchers from the National School of Statistical Sciences and universities from other countries. He is co-supervisor of dissertations and theses of the Production Engineering Program of COPPE/UFRJ and of the Department of Applied Mathematics of Unicamp. He is a reviewer of the journals Linear Algebra and its Applications, Discrete Mathematics, Discrete and Applied Mathematics, and Ars Combinatorics. He is part of the program committee of the CNMAC congresses, SBPO.

Raphael Carlos Santos Machado: is a research productivity fellow by CNPq and a Young Scientist from the State by FAPERJ. In terms of awards, it obtained the following: (i) Strategic Defense Product, Ministry of Defense, 2015 (ii) Most innovative solution for the banking sector, FEBRABAN, 2013, both in recognition of the Distributed Attack Simulator. He organized the special Computational Intelligence for Information Security of the 9th International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies. He is a reviewer of the journals: Discrete Applied Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Journal of Communication and Information Systems, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks. He is also a member of the program committee of the DGA 2013 conferences, BICT’2014, SBSeg’2015, BICT’2015, WTICG’2015, SBSeg’2016, WTICG’2016.