Prof. Carlos Montez

Short Bio

I am a full professor at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), teaching classes in the Control and Automation Course and Pos-graduation in Automation and Systems Engineering course since 2002. Being from Rio de Janeiro, I had my bachelor degree in Computing Science at UFRJ (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) in 1989. I have some professional experience by working in software development companies in Rio de Janeiro. I pursued my Computing Science master’s degree in 1995 and my Electrical Engineering doctorate in 1999, both at UFSC. I was head of Automation and Systems Department (DAS) at UFSC from 2014 to 2018.

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Research Areas

Today: Wireless Sensor Networks, IEEE 802.15.4, real-time data fusion. real-time systems, real-time scheduling.
Recent past: Multimedia, real-time middleware, CORBA, Interactive Digital TV, Datacasting and Real-time Java.

Academic Disciplines

  • Computing Networks
  • Introduction to Industrial Informatics
  • Real-time Systems (I and II)
  • Implementation Techniques of Automated Systems

Scientific production

I was the advisor of about 23 master’s students and 11 doctoral students. In the last 10 years I published more than 20 papers in indexed international journals and more than 40 papers in Brazilian and international conferences. I co-authored the first Brazilian book on Interactive Digital TV, which in its two editions has more than 300 citations in Google Scholar.