Main research question: Can individuals use their BiDa (personal Big Data) to control and improve transparency, privacy and usability, when interacting with an application?
Objective: To develop an access control decision model which automatically learns from an individual's BiDa and from social and technical context at the moment the request is made, and decides what is the most transparent, secure, private and usable way to display it to the user.
Project STAST - Socio-Technical Aspects of Security and Trust, funded by FNR (Fonds National de la Rechérche)
APSIA Group led by Prof. Peter Ryan
Thesis entitled: Modelling Access Control for Healthcare Information Systems: how to control access through policies, human processes and legislation
Supervisors: Prof. David Chadwick (Kent) and Prof. Luis Filipe Antunes (Porto)
Dissertation entitled: EPR Security
Supervisor: Prof. Chris Mitchell
End of degree project entitled: Development of statistical graphical interfaces for the Web
Location: Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto
(Currently with a no paid leave)
Socio-Technical Aspects of Security and Trust (STAST). Fondation Nationale de la Recherche do Luxemburgo.
Study and development of hospital electronic patient records. Focus on database and security requirements.
Secure hardware applied to medical records.
Research project for the acquisition, processing and storage of biological signal.
Study and development of statistical web interfaces.
PRIZES & SCHOLARSHIPS
Best Paper Award. EH 2020
Best Paper Award. ICISSP 2019
Best Student Paper Award. HEALTHINF 2019
Best Communication Award. 4th IPLeiria Int Health Congress 2018
Best Poster Award. ICEIS2018
SPAIC - ASTRAZENECA 2017 - FRASIS
Best Paper Award. HCII2015
Post-Doc Scholarship. University of Luxembourg. 2012-2015
"Menção Honrosa - Ensaio CNPD 2012" (Master Student's co-supervision)
Fraunhofer Portugal Challenge - PhD Category, 1st Place. 2010
(ISC)2 Scholarship Award. 2006-2008
Calouste Gulbenkian PhD Scholarship. 2008 (10 month duration)
Prize "Hospital do Futuro - E-Saúde - Melhor iniciativa de e-governo". 2004
Prize "Fernandes Costa - Instituto de Informática do Ministério das Finanças". 2005
Distinction - MSc in Information Security. RH - University of London, UK. 2002
Prize "Jorge Manuel de Jesus Rodrigues". Best Informatics' Student. 1992/1993
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