Henrique Domingos

Associate Professor

Computer Systems

Country: Portugal

Affiliation: NOVA LINCS, DI, FCT, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Email: hj@fct.unl.pt

Phone: +351917264920

Henrique Domingos is an associate professor at the computer science department of the Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCT/UNL) and integrated member of the NOVA LINCS research laboratory. Henrique has a PhD in Information Systems and Computer Engineering from FCT/UNL (2000) and a MSc degree from Faculdade de Ciências at Universidade de Lisboa (1994). He has authored or co-authored research publications in conference proceedings and journals, including IEEE TCC, IEEE TDSC, ACM IJCS or ACM CSCW. Henrique also served in several conference program committees and organization bodies, regularly collaborating in review committees of conferences, workshops and editorial boards (ex., ACM CCS, IEEE Euro S&P, IEEE TCC, IEE TIFS or IEEE TSC among others). His research has covered different topics of dependable distributed systems, with current research interests on security, privacy-preservation, trusted and confidential computing, targeting internet-based protocols and services, blockchain platforms, cloud-computing, and IoTEdge-Cloud continuum environments. Henrique Domingos has successfully supervised 1 PhD thesis, he is the local advisor of 2 more PhD students integrated in the international Portugal-CMU program, he advised 66 MSc students in their dissertations, 3 in co-advising collaborations and 1 postdoc researcher. He is the supervisor of 4 on-going MSc thesis and supervised since 1994 more than 100 students in final B.S. projects. Henrique worked as principal investigator in 2 national research projects. He was a co-coordinator of an European Research Project (Esprit II program). He was the principal researcher, co-principal researcher and participated as team member in more than 10 national research projects with funding from the Portuguese National Science Foundation (FCT). In different academic extension projects, he obtained funding for R&D projects from multiple organizations and private companies, including Amazon Research, IBM Research and multiple entities from the national Banking and Financings sectors, Healthcare industry, and Public Administration entities. Henrique served as jury member and thesis rapporteur of 18 Ph.D., and 44 MSc dissertations, in 12 different academic institutions. Since 1998 Henrique Domingos was involved in multiple academic extension and entrepreneurship activities as invited researcher, R&D consultant, and entrepreneurship activities. He collaborated with international and national government agencies, different public-administration entities, national and international regulation bodies and PT or EU research funding entities. Since 1992 he launched 1 SGPS and three startup companies.