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Paulo Martins, Ph.D.

pmartins@chaminade.edu

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Paulo Martins, Ph.D.Paulo Martins is an Associate Professor in Computer Science and Researcher since 1995 at Chaminade. He currently lectures Operating Systems, Computer Networks and Programming Languages. In 2000 he was awarded a DPhil (PhD) titled "Schedulability of Mode Changes in Flexible Real-Time Distributed Systems" by the Computer Science Department, Real-time Systems Group, at the University of York (UK), under the supervision of professor Alan Burns. His research interests cover a number of aspects of real-time systems including scheduling and timing analysis, mode changes and wireless sensor networks. The work is highly motivated by real-world applications especially regarding mode changes. He is a member of The Institute of Electrical and Electronic (IEEE) Engineers and the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).

Education

B.A., M.A., Brazil-SC-Florianopolis
Ph.D., University of York, Yorkshire, York

Teaching

  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Operating Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Networks and Telecommunications
  • Internship
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Computer Architecture
  • Data Structures
  • Database Management
  • Network Management
  • Introduction to Web Design & Engineering

Publications


P. Martins and A. Burns, 'On the Meaning of Modes in Uniprocessor Real-Time Systems', In Proceedings of the 23rd Symposium on Applied Computing, Fortaleza, Brazil, 16-20th Mar/2008.

P. Martins, ‘Flexible Wireless Sensor Networks’ – Computer Science, Chaminade University, Internal report under review, Apr/2007.

P. Martins, ‘Multimodal Wireless Sensor Networks’, Computer Science, Chaminade University, Internal report (CS12-05), Dec/2005.

P. Martins, R. Fredericks and B. Watson, ‘Designing Predictable Real-Time Systems’, RTC Magazine, p84, June/2002.

P. Martins, ‘Integrating UML and RMA’. Embedded Systems Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA, Apr/2001.

P. (Martins) Pedro, ‘Mode Changes in Flexible Real Time Distributed Systems’. Doctoral Thesis, Department of Computer Science. York, England, Sep/1999. Available at ftp://ftp.cs.york.ac.uk/reports/YCST-99-11.ps.gz

P. (Martins) Pedro and A. Burns, ‘Schedulability Analysis of Mode Changes in Flexible Real-Time Systems’. In Proceedings of the 10th Euromicro Conference on Real Time Systems, Berlin, Germany, 17-19th Jun/1998.

P. (Martins) Pedro and A. Burns, ‘Worst Case Response Time Analysis of Hard Real-Time Sporadic Traffic in FIP Networks’. In Proceedings of the 9th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems, Toledo, Spain, 11 –13th Jun/1997.

P. (Martins) Pedro, ‘Predictable Hard Real-Time Fieldbus Communications Scheduling in Fieldbus’. Qualifying dissertation. Department of Computer Science. The University of York, York, UK, Jul/1996.

P. (Martins) Pedro, ‘Integration of Sensor and Actuator Systems into Integrated Production Systems’. Master's dissertation, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Florianopolis, SC, Brazil, Aug/1993 (In Portuguese).

U. Fritzke, P. Martins, G. Stark and D. Pelle, ‘Development of a Fieldbus for the Integration of Intelligent Instrumentation’. I Cobisa/Cinisa, Sao Paulo, Brazil, May/1991 (in Portuguese).

P. Martins and M. Wilson, ‘A Strategy Towards Fieldbus Implementation in the Context of the International Standardization’, 10th Sobracon, Sao Paulo Hilton, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sep/11/1990 (in Portuguese).