I received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Porto (Portugal) in 2001. I 'm currently an assistant professor with the Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, and a senior researcher at INESC TEC. I'm a member of IEEE, ACM and Euromicro.
My research interests center around the design of dedicated digital systems for complex and demanding embedded applications. I'm particularly interested in three areas:
Some concrete research topics are:
- dynamic reconfiguration of FPGAs
- generation of FPGA configurations at run-time
- fast physical synthesis for digital circuits
- virtual programmable hardware architectures
- transparent task migration from software→hardware