Cristiana Araújo

Universidade do Minho - Braga, Portugal

Cristiana Esteves Araújo got a degree in Informatics at IPCA and, at present, she is a M.Sc. student in Software Engineering at University of Minho. Cristiana is working with ontologies and knowledge representation and manipulation for the preservation and exploitation of cultural heritage , namely in the context of virtual museums. She is co-author of some papers in this area.

Ricardo G. Martini

Universidade do Minho - Braga, Portugal

Ricardo Giuliani Martini has received his degree in Computer Science from UNIFRA, Brazil in 2008 and he currently holds a masters degree in Computer Science at the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil. At present, he is a PhD student in Informatics at University of Minho, Portugal. Ricardo is working with ontologies specification, knowledge management and manipulation and exploitation of Cultural Heritage, particularly in the virtual learning environments’ context. Also, participates in projects in the area of pervasive computing in hospital environments, working on the topic of mobile telemedicine. His research involves areas such ontologies, knowledge management, domain specific languages and virtual museums (virtual Learning Environments). In addition to the cited research areas, is also interested in the areas of database, compilers and programming, and human computer interaction (HCI).

Pedro Rangel Henriques

Universidade do Minho - Braga, Portugal

Pedro Rangel Henriques got a degree in "Electrotechnical/Electronics Engineering", at FEUP (Porto University), and finished a Ph.D. thesis in "Formal Languages and Attribute Grammars" at University of Minho. In 1981 he joined the Computer Science Department of University of Minho, where he is a teacher/researcher. Since 1995 he is the coordinator of the "Language Processing group" at CCTC (Computer Science and Technologies Center). He teaches many different courses in the broader area of programming: Programming Languages and Paradigms; Compilers, Grammar Engineering and Software Analysis and Transformation; etc. Pedro Rangel Henriques has supervised 11 Ph.D. thesis, more than 30 M.Sc. thesis, and many graduating trainingships/projects, in the areas of: language processing (textual and visual), and structured document processing; code analysis, program visualization/animation and program comprehension; knowledge discovery from databases, data-mining, and data-cleaning.

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