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About me

Hi! I am Cristiano Inácio Lemes. I am a software engineer living in Belgium working in a consultant company as Java developer. I have been working with Java for 10 years, including projects related to bank system, telecomunication system, financial systems, and others. I also have worked with other programming languages, for example .NET. I am graduated in Computer Science and I have master degree in Artificial Intelligence. The title of my dissertation was “Instance-based anytime algorithm to data stream classification” and the full text can be view (here). For more information about my past experiences, please visit my LinkedIn profile (here).

My background

I was born in Uberlândia in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is a small city, but with characteristics of big city. The popularion is around 600 thousands and it is a city well industrialized that accounts also with a good education system. There is a very good federal university, called Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (UFU), but it has also many private universities. I have lived there until 2011, when I began my journey around the world. The first stop was Mozambique, where I worked in the second biggest bank company of the country. After one year, I moved back to my city and worked for more 8 months in a consultant company when I was accepted in a master degree program in the University of São Paulo, located in São Carlos state of São Paulo. During my master degree I had a great opportunity to be part of a exchange program in the Univeristy of Porto, precisely in the Medicine Faculty. It was a great experience and my interest for artificial intelligence grown even more in that time. Before I finish my master, I was accepted in a PhD program in KU Leuven, Belgium, in partnership with University of Coimbra, Portugal. I did not finished the PhD yet, because I have been busy organizing my new life in Belgium.

Previous work

I have been working in Security for web application in my PhD. I have developed a framework to predict a trustworthy score for a web site based in its source code. The title of the paper was “Trustworthiness Assessment of Web Applications: Approach and Experimental Study using Input Validation Coding Practices” and you can find it in the proceeding of the conference ISREE 2019.

Last update: February 3, 2021