The number of PhDs in Computer Science granted under the supervision of faculties from our Department has increased significantly, especially after the beginning of NOVA LINCS strategic project, in 2015, with an annual average of 10 PhDs graduations.
The success of our doctoral education is grounded in a strong commitment to innovation, research, and technical leadership in Computer Science and Informatics, in coordination with the research activities of the Department’s research center NOVA Laboratory for Computer Science and Informatics (NOVA LINCS).
Ankica Barišiċ | Usability Evaluation of Domain - Specific Languages | Supervised by Vasco Amaral
Ana Nunes Jorge | Design of Interactive Visualizations of Movies in Space and Time |Supervised by Teresa Chambel
Carlos Gonçalves | Parallel and Distributed Statistical-based Extraction of Relevant Multiwords from Large Corpora | Supervised by José Alberto Cardoso e Cunha
Inês Rodolfo | Design Strategy for Integrated Personal Health Records: Improving the user experience of digital healthcare and wellbeing |Supervised by Nuno Correia
Jorge Costa | Time and Space Efficient Data Structures for Supporting Machine Translation Tasks | Supervised by Gabriel Pereira Lopes
Kavitha Mahesh | Augmenting Translation Lexica by Learning Generalized Translation Patterns | Supervised by Gabriel Pereira Lopes
Luís Gomes | Translation Alignment and Extration within a Lexica-Centered Interactive Workflow | Supervised by Gabriel Pereira Lopes
Luís Manuel Tremoceiro Baptista | Using Restarts in Constraint Programming over Finite Domains - An Experimental Evaluation | Supervised by Francisco Azevedo
Luís Silva | A Pattern-Based Approach to Scaffold the IT Infrastructure Design Process | Supervised by Miguel Goulão
Ricardo Silva | Enhancing exploratory analysis across multiple levels of detail of spatiotemporal events | Supervised by João Moura Pires
Rui Madeira | Model Driven Personalization of Human-Computer Interaction across Ubiquitous Computing Applications | Supervised by Nuno Correia
Valter Balegas de Sousa | Invariant preservation in geo-replicated data stores | Supervised by Nuno Preguiça