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Marinho Barcellos

Senior Lecturer

University of Waikato

In October 2019 I joined the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences at University of Waikato as a Senior Lecturer. Between 2010 and 2019 I worked as an Associate Professor at INF/UFRGS,  and prior to that, at Unisinos (1993-2008) and PUC-RS (2008-2009), all in Brazil. I was a holder of a CNPq productivity grant (Level 1D). As for public service, I am a currently member of the ACM SIGCOMM executive committee (helping with diversity and outreach), a co-chair of its CARES committee (against harassment), and a member of two steering committees, ACM CoNEXT and PAM. In 2019 I helped with ACM LANCOMM (general co-chair), PAM (program co-chair) and ACM CoNEXT (publications co-chair).

I am fortunate to have supervised many bright students (and hope some new ones look for me in the future). Contact me if you are interested, but to be sure I am a good fit for you, please first read my recent papers and be ready to talk about the ones that interested you.

Interests

  • Internet measurements
  • Programmable data planes
  • VANETs and IoT
  • Network security

Education

  • PhD in Computer Science, 1998

    Newcastle University, UK

  • MSc in Computer Science, 1993

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil

  • BSc in Computer Science, 1989

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil

News

Fresher

  • happy to learn that our work “AS-Path Prepending: there is no rose without a thorn”, with Pedro, Lars, Leal, Alberto and Anja has been accepted at ACM IMC 2020
  • joining the ACM SIGCOMM 2021 Organisation Committee as a demo-chair with Chiesa, hopefully in Netherlands
  • contributing to IEEE INFOCOM 2021 as a pc member
  • congrats Lucas for the Spoofing paper accepted at Computer Networks Journal, with Matthew, Bradley, and kc, expanding the work on CoNEXT 2019
  • Leal has been accepted to a Ph.D. in Waikato, with a grant provided by the University, to work with me and Matthew Luckie on Internet measurements and cyber-security
  • teaching has started in trimester B: involved with three courses (locally called “papers”)
  • working for Anja and Dongsu as an ACM CoNEXT 2020 pc member.
  • working for Roch and Peter as a IEEE ICNP 2020 pc member

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People

PhD Students

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Lucas Leal

PhD 2020-… (to start)

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Felipe Boeira

MSc 2017-2018, PhD 2019-…

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Atthapan Daramas

PhD 2020-…

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Fabricio Mazzola

PhD 2019-…

MSc Students

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Leandro Mondin

MSc 2018-… (part-time)

Alumni

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Pedro Marcos

PhD 2016-2019

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Lucas Muller

MSc 2012-2014, PhD 2015-2020

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Miguel Neves

PhD 2015-2020

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Lucas Freire

MSc 2016-2018

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Rodrigo Mansilha

MSc 2009-2012. PhD 2012-2017

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Daniel Marcon

MSc 2011-2013, PhD 2013-2017

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Flávio Santos

MSc 2008-2010, PhD 2010-2013

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Rodrigo Ruas Oliveira

MSc 2011-2013, PhD 2013-2018 (inc)

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Tobias Petry

MSc 2013-2015

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Matheus Lehmann

PhD 2012-2017

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Rodolfo Antunes

PhD 2010-2016

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Sergio Gutierrez

PhD 2013-2018

Public service

ACM SIGCOMM Committees
Steering Committees
  • ACM CoNEXT 2019-…
  • PAM Passive & Active Measurement Conference 2019-…
Program Chair
Program Committees
Organisation Committees
Past

Publications

For a list of all publications, click here, or visit my Google Scholar profile.

(2018). Research in Security and Privacy in Brazil. IEEE Security and Privacy.

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Teaching

Graduation ceremony. One of the Teaching awards (see below).

School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, University of Waikato

Trimester 2020-B (July to November)
  • COMPX515: Security for Advanced Networks.
  • COMPX318: Mobile Computing and the Internet of Things (with Bill Rogers).
  • COMPX374: Software Engineering Industry Project (with Vimal Kumar).
Trimester 2020-A (March to July)
  • COMPX101: Introduction to Programming (with Mike Mayo).

Institute of Informatics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

  • CMP267: Novel Internet Architectures and Paradigms. This course presented “the five Internets”, historical, empirical, devices (IoT), content (ICN), and software (SDN, NFV, P4). 2013-2019.
  • CMP230: Systems Security. Main parts of Matt Bishop's book Computer Security: Art & Science. 2013-2018.
  • CMP260: P2P Networks. 2010-2012.
  • INF1154: Computer Networks. Based on Jim Kurose & Keith Ross’ book Computer Networks: a top-down approach. 2010-2019.
  • INF1142: Operating Systems. Based on Peterson & Silberschatz’ book Operating System Concepts. 2008-2010.

Teaching Awards

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2017/1

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2016/2

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2016/1

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2015/1

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2011/2

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2007/2

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2007/1

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2006/1

Best Lecturer Teaching Award. Computer Science, class of 2002/2

Contact

  • marinho.barcellos@waikato.ac.nz
  • +64 7 837 9642
  • School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences, The University of Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton, Waikato 3240
  • Gate 8, Block G, 1st. floor, Office G.1.05
  • Monday to Friday 9:00 to 17:00
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