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Paulo Moura

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Paulo Moura, PhD, is the author and main developer of the Logtalk programming language and Researcher at the Center for Research in Advanced Computing Systems (CRACS), INESC-TEC Porto, Portugal. His research interests include design and implementation of logic programming systems, multi-paradigm programming languages, and declarative object-oriented programming. He holds a PhD degree in Computer Engineering (September 2003) from the University of Beira Interior, Portugal; a MSc degree in Systems and Information Technology (December 1995) from the Computer Engineering Department of the University of Coimbra, Portugal; and a Undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering (December 1989) from the Computer Engineering Department of the University of Coimbra, Portugal.

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University Positions
September 2003 — Now Department of Computer Science, University of Beira Interior, Portugal. Assistant Professor. (March 2002 — February 2003 Sabbatical leave to prepare PhD dissertation) September 1999 — September 2003 Department of Computer Science, University of Beira Interior, Portugal. Lecturer. December 1995 — August 1999 Department of Mathematics, University of Coimbra, Portugal. Lecturer. (September 1990 — November 1991 Mandatory Military Service, Portuguese Air Force) January 1990 — December 1995 Department of Mathematics, University of Coimbra, Portugal. Teaching Assistant.
Visiting Research
February-May 2011: Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science, K.U.Leuven, Belgium June 2011: Visiting Professor, Institute for Informatics III, University of Bonn, Germany June-July 2011: Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science, U.T.Dallas, USA
Research Positions
April 2008 — Now Center for Research in Advanced Computing Systems (CRACS), INESC-TEC, Porto, Portugal. January 1990 — August 1999 Center for Informatics and Systems, University of Coimbra, Portugal.
Research Interests
Design and implementation of logic programming systems, multi-paradigm programming languages, and declarative object-oriented programming. Author of the Logtalk object-oriented logic programming language (http://logtalk.org/).
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