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I am currently on leave from my activities at the Federal Institute of Alagoas, Campus Arapiraca to pursue my Ph.D. at the University of Coimbra (CISUC-DEI-FCTUC). I am working under the guidance of Professor Marco Vieira.
I received my M.Sc in Computer Science from the Federal University of Pernambuco. My advisor was Prof. Paulo Maciel. My dissertation is about availability models for cloud computing environments with VM Live Migration technique as support for software rejuvenation.
I received my B.Sc in Computer Science from the Federal University of Alagoas, under the guidance of Prof. Marcelo Oliveira. At that time, I worked on building and managing an OpenNebula private cloud to host medical imaging-related applications.
2020/09/02: Our paper entitled "Security and Availability Modeling of VM Migration as Moving Target Defense" was accepted for the PRDC 2020 conference
2020/06/09: Matheus Torquato's co-authored paper "Uma Análise Experimental Sistemática do Envelhecimento e Rejuvenescimento da Plataforma Docker" with Lucas Santos, Laécio Rodrigues, and Francisco Airton Silva has been accepted for the 19º WPerformance – Workshop em Desempenho de Sistemas Computacionais e de Comunicação.
2020/06/04: Our paper entitled "An Availability Model for DSS and OLTP Applications hosted in Virtualized Environments" was accepted for the EDCC conference
2020/03/01: Matheus Torquato's co-authored paper "Stochastic performance model for web server capacity planning in fog computing" with Paulo Pereira, Jean Araujo, Jamilson Dantas, Carlos Melo and Paulo Maciel has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Supercomputing.
2020/02/02: Our paper entitled "Moving Target Defense in Cloud Computing: A Systematic Mapping Study" was accepted for publication in Computers & Security Journal.
"Pois que se uniu a mim, eu o livrarei; e o protegerei, pois conhece o meu nome.
Quando me invocar, eu o atenderei; na tribulação estarei com ele. Hei de livrá-lo e o cobrirei de glória." Sl 90, 14-15.