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I am Full Professor at the Department of Informatics at the University of Minho, and senior researcher at the High Assurance Software Laboratory (HASLab INESC TEC). Since October 2016, I am also serving as Deputy Head of UNU-EGOV, the United Nations University Operational Unit on Policy-driven Electronic Governance (egov.unu.edu).

My research interests are focused on program semantics and calculi applied to systems understanding and rigorous software construction. I am particularly interested in coalgebra theory and conductive reasoning, as well as on modal and hybrid logics.

In recent years I coordinated four research projects at the national level, bilateral partnerships with Brazil and China, and served as the Portuguese coordinator for the Language Engineering and Rigorous Software Development ALFA EU-Latin America network, a PhD training network funded by the European Union. I have published five book chapters, 25 journal papers and more than 60 international conference papers. Having served as invited lecturer in MSc and PhD programmes at the Universities of Bristol (United Kingdom), Tartu (Estonia), and Peking (China), I have supervised several PhD projects (six concluded; four on-going). One of my students, Alexandre Madeira, received the 2013 IBM Scientific Prize, the biggest award in Informatics in Portugal.

I integrated the founding team of the Joint Doctoral Programme in Computer Science of the Universities of Minho, Aveiro, and Porto (MAP-i), and served as its Director. I am a member of IFIP WG1.3 (Foundations of System Specification), and, since January 2019, chair of IFIP Tecnhical Committee TC1 on Foundations of Computer Science.

Currently, I am leading the Quantum Software Engineering Research Group at INL, the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory.

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  • Name

    Luís Soares Barbosa
  • Role

    Research Coordinator
  • Since

    01st November 2011
  • Nationality

    Portugal
  • Contacts

    +351253604440
    luis.s.barbosa@inesctec.pt
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Publications

2020

A component-based framework for certification of components in a cloud of HPC services

Authors
de Oliveira Dantas, ABD; de Carvalho Junior, FH; Barbosa, LS;

Publication
Science of Computer Programming

Abstract
HPC Shelf is a proposal of a cloud computing platform to provide component-oriented services for High Performance Computing (HPC) applications. This paper presents a Verification-as-a-Service (VaaS) framework for component certification on HPC Shelf. Certification is aimed at providing higher confidence that components of parallel computing systems of HPC Shelf behave as expected according to one or more requirements expressed in their contracts. To this end, new abstractions are introduced, starting with certifier components. They are designed to inspect other components and verify them for different types of functional, non-functional and behavioral requirements. The certification framework is naturally based on parallel computing techniques to speed up verification tasks. © 2019

2020

Introducing Synchrony in Fuzzy Automata

Authors
Gomes, L; Madeira, A; Barbosa, LS;

Publication
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science

Abstract

2020

Dynamic Logic. New Trends and Applications - Second International Workshop, DaLí 2019, Porto, Portugal, October 7-11, 2019, Proceedings

Authors
Barbosa, LS; Baltag, A;

Publication
DaLí

Abstract

2020

Simulation of Nonradiative Energy Transfer in Photosynthetic Systems Using a Quantum Computer

Authors
Guimaraes, JD; Tavares, C; Barbosa, LS; Vasilevskiy, MI;

Publication
Complexity

Abstract
Photosynthesis is an important and complex physical process in nature, whose comprehensive understanding would have many relevant industrial applications, for instance, in the field of energy production. In this paper, we propose a quantum algorithm for the simulation of the excitonic transport of energy, occurring in the first stage of the process of photosynthesis. The algorithm takes in account the quantum and environmental effects (pure dephasing), influencing the quantum transport. We performed quantum simulations of such phenomena, for a proof of concept scenario, in an actual quantum computer, IBM Q, of 5 qubits. We validate the results with the Haken-Ströbl model and discuss the influence of environmental parameters on the efficiency of the energy transport.

2020

Topics in Theoretical Computer Science - Third IFIP WG 1.8 International Conference, TTCS 2020, Tehran, Iran, July 1-2, 2020, Proceedings

Authors
Barbosa, LS; Abam, MA;

Publication
TTCS

Abstract

Supervised
thesis

2019

Weighted Computations: semantics and program logics

Author
Leandro Rafael Moreira Gomes

Institution
UP-FCUP

2019

Foundations for quantum algorithms and complexity

Author
Carlos Eduardo Teixeira Tavares

Institution
UP-FCUP

2019

Peer-production and Technology-enhanced Collaborative Teaching and Learning (Models, Methods and Framework)

Author
sara dos Santos Fernandes

Institution
UP-FCUP

2019

On Quantum Bayesian Networks

Author
Michael de Oliveira

Institution
UM

2019

Integration of Time in a Quantum Process Algebra

Author
Vítor Emanuel Gonçalves Fernandes

Institution
UM