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Tiago is excited by concurrency theory and parallel programming. In his Ph.D., Tiago proposed two techniques to handle barrier deadlocks: a deadlock-free programming interface, and a runtime verification tool, called Armus. Recently, he has been interested in using Coq and Why3 to produce certified algorithms.
Past experience, includes being a research assistant at Imperial College London, where he was supervised by Nobuko Yoshida, and a visiting scholar at Rice University, where he was supervised by Vivek Sarkar. Tiago received his Ph.D., March ’15, at ULisboa, where he was advised by Francisco Martins, and his B.Sc. at Universidade dos Açores.
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