Everyone in our lab is free to work on what they want to work on. Encouragement and constructive feed back is always available.
Thiago Tonelli Bartolomei, Ph.D.
I held an IBM Centers for Advanced Studies Ph.D. Fellowship with Toronto Labs from 2007-09. I am currently the representative for Brazil in the International Students Office's Global Representative Program.
My research interests include programming languages, software modelling, re-engineering and program (static and dynamic) analysis. I am very interested in developing techniques and tools that help people develop reliable software easily. In particular, my research focuses on everything around Application Programming Interfaces (APIs): how to develop APIs, understand and use their features, verify the correctness of APIs and dependent applications, and finally how to migrate applications across APIs.
I defended my Ph.D. Thesis successfully in May, 2012, and joined LogicBlox.
- ECE452: Software Design & Architecture (S2009, S2008, S2007)
- ECE251: Programming Languages and Translators (F2007)
- For Tech-talk, see my writings in Log4Dev (in Portuguese).
- For rants and procrastination-related material, see Villa do Teto Amarelo (in Portuguese).