Marcos Paulino Roriz Junior


I’m an adjunct professor of Transportation Engineering at Faculty of Science and Technology (FCT) in Federal University of Goiás (UFG).  I’m interested in exploring Computer Science within Transportation Engineering through Algorithms and Middleware platforms for Smart Cities, Data Stream, Big Data, and Intelligent Systems. I hold a PhD. degree (2017) in Informatics from the Department of Informatics of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). In 2013, I received a M.Sc. degree in Computer Science from the Instituto de Informática (INF) at Federal University of Goiás (UFG). I also received my bachelor degree in Computer Science from the same institute and university (INF/UFG) at 2011. I have participated in numerous research projects, from public and private agencies, such as DELL, Microsoft Research, RNP, FAPEG and FAPERJ. In addition, I participated in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics consortium that developed an Intelligent Transportation System to aid traffic operators during the Olympic games of Rio de Janeiro in 2016.


puc-logoPhD. degree in Informatics • 2013 — 2017
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
DG2CEP: An On-line Algorithm for Real-time Detection of Spatial Clusters from Large Data Streams through Complex Event Processing

UFG MestradoM.Sc. degree in Computer Science • 2011 — 2013
Federal University of Goiás
C3S: A Content Sharing Middleware for Smart Spaces

UFG GraduaçãoBachelor degree in Computer Science • 2007 — 2011
Federal University of Goiás
Distributed Object Middleware for Wireless Sensor Network

Research Interest

  • Urban Computing and Smart Cities
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • (Big) Data Stream Processing Algorithms
  • Distributed Systems

Contact Info

Rua Mucuri
Setor Conde dos Arcos
CEP: 74968755
Aparecida de Goiânia
Goiás – Brasil