Ricardo Morla is an assistant professor at the University of Porto. He teaches and does research at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at FEUP and at INESC TEC. His research interests are in management and control of IT systems and networks. He uses data analysis techniques and large-scale coordination techniques to help manage enterprise networks, IT services and infrastructure, and ambient intelligence systems. Ricardo holds a PhD in Computing from Lancaster University. He was a lecturer and post-doc at UC Irvine in 2007, and a visiting faculty at Carnegie Mellon University in 2010 under the CMU-Portugal program. He currently runs the Network and Services Laboratory at FEUP.
I'm looking for collaborations on H2020 calls where my group's knowhow on data analysis for network management and in particular on traffic analysis for security and privacy can be of use. An example is this call: DS-02-2016 on Cyber Security for SMEs, local public administration and Individuals. I have been involved in several EU, national, and company-funded research projects with telecom operators, internet advertising companies, and news media outlets. My group of PhD and MSc students develop their theses within the scope of these projects.
Here are my research interests in more detail:
Anomaly detection and diagnosis in the access network with Hyong Kim and postdocs Angelos Marnerides and Simon MalinowskiContact
INESC TEC and Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Departamento de Engenharia Electrotécnica e de Computadores
Rua Dr. Roberto Frias, s/n 4200-465, Porto, Portugal
+351 22 209 4200