Alcides Fonseca

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Sala/Gabinete 6.3.17
Ext. Principal 26702
Email alcides@ciencias.ulisboa.pt
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Alcides Fonseca is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. Alcides has a PhD, a MSc and a BSc from the University of Coimbra, where he also was a Visiting Lecturer. Alcides has participated in several national and international projects, such as the CMU|Portugal Aeminium, and industry projects, being a consultant for several startups (Genomed, SmashTech, Sentilant, Spero, Burocratik) and multinational companies (Ogilvy & Mather). Currently, Alcides is affiliated with the LASIGE research center, where he is the local PI of the CMU|Portugal CAMELOT project, a collaboration between Feedzai, LASIGE, IST, UC and CMU.


Interesses Científicos

Programação Automática

Programação Paralela

Machine Learning

Computação Evolutionária


Scientific Interests

Automatic Programming

Parallel Programming

Machine Learning

Evolutionary Computing


Publicações selecionadas
  • Fonseca, Alcides, and Bruno Cabral. "Controlling the granularity of automatic parallel programs." Journal of Computational Science 17 (2016): 620-629.
  • Fonseca, Alcides, et al. "Automatic Parallelization: Executing Sequential Programs on a Task-Based Parallel Runtime." International Journal of Parallel Programming 44.6 (2016): 1337-1358.
  • Fonseca, Alcides, and Bruno Cabral. "Prototyping a GPGPU Neural Network for Deep-Learning Big Data Analysis." Big Data Research (2017).
  • Stork, Sven, et al. "Aeminium: A permission-based concurrent-by-default programming language approach." ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) 36.1 (2014): 2.
  • Fonseca, Alcides, and Bruno Cabral. "Æminiumgpu: an intelligent framework for gpu programming." Facing the Multicore-Challenge III. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013. 96-107.

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