Short Biography

I am currently a PhD student at the Communiation Systems department, in EURECOM (Sophia-Antipolis, France), under supervision of Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos (EURECOM) and Giovanni Neglia (Inria).

I worked as a research engineer in RNP (Brazil, 2016-2018) on SDN and virtualization solutions for network and computational resource orchestration.

I graduated from UFRJ in 2016 in Computer and Information Engineering and, in 2018, I received M.Sc. degree in Systems Engineering and Computer Science from PESC/Coppe/UFRJ


Professional Experiences

PhD student

EURECOM (France, Sophia Antipolis)

Distributed and Joint Optimization of Content Caching and Transmission in 5G Networks

Python Matlab Latex

September 2018 - present


Research Engineer

RNP (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

I was responsible for prospecting state-of-the-art SDN and virtualization technologies in order to help building a novel L2, L3 and computational resource orchestrator. Part of the work is devoted to developing APIs and building infrastructure to support the resource management.

OpenStack Docker Open vSwitch Java

March 2016 - June 2018


Back-end Developer

VTEX Lab (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

I was responsible for developing and maintain the back-end infrastructure of a product rating service for an e-commerce system. My team and I developed the entire RESTfull API and created the non-relational database to store and process the data consumed by such API.

Javascript Node.js React MongoDB

December 2015 - March 2016


Education & Certification

Master's Degree in Systems Engineering and Computer Science

Programa de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computação, Coppe/UFRJ

2016-2018


Bachelor's Degree in Computer and Information Engineering

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
Sandwich period at The Pennsylvania State University (USA, 2013-2014)

2010-2016


Publications

Scheduling Wireless Links in the Physical Interference Model by Fractional Edge Coloring. Ricardo, G. I., de Rezende, J. F. and Barbosa, V. C., 2019. In IEEE Wireless Communications Letters. doi