Enthusiastic computer scientist and manager with 10+ years in software development, 5+ years in applied research and 7+ years managing & scaling small start-up teams. Expert in wireless networking and fault-tolerant distributed computer systems. Solid track record of execution and strong leadership to deliver high-quality products and maximize productivity. Project leader in data-driven services and applications for smart metro-areas, cities and buildings, IoT applications, and global R&D strategy. Known to say what comes to mind, and not afraid of breaking out of the mold. Brags about his insane aptitude to do awesome things whenever NO ONE is around him to see it.
Can code in (almost) any programming language and adapt to (almost) any type of project (server-side, client-side, embedded, whatever). Most of it is guarded by NDAs, however, so they can’t be put on GitHub. You’ll have to trust him on this (or call him up for an interview, and let him discuss them). Lately (5+ yrs), his focus has been on practical solutions to complex problems. Title-wise he has a B.Sc. in computer science, a M.Sc. in mechatronics (Federal University of Bahia) and a Ph.D. in computer science and engineering (University of Cincinnati). Currently having amazing fun at Philips Research North America as a Senior Member Research Staff, in the Lighting Solutions and Services Department.
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