Daniel Silva

Daniel Castro Silva is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Informatics Engineering, University of Porto. He holds a five-year Degree in Informatics Engineering from the University of Porto (2006), and a PhD in the area of cooperative multi-robot missions, also from the University of Porto (2011). His research interests include multi-agent systems and cooperative missions, but also software engineering and information systems. He is the author of over twenty publications in journals and conferences over the past five years.

In Proceedings

  • H. Amaro, P. H. Abreu, D. C. Silva, P. Machado, M. H. Abreu, and N. Afonso, “Overall Survival Prediction for Women Breast Cancer using Ensemble Methods and Incomplete Clinical Data,” in Proceedings of the XIII Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, September 25–28 2013, Sevilla, Spain, 2013.

  • J. C. Dias, P. H. Abreu, D. C. Silva, G. Fernandes, P. Machado, and A. Leitão, “Preparing Data for Urban Traffic Simulation using SUMO,” in SUMO 2013: the First SUMO User Conference, May 15–17 2013, Berlin, Germany, 2013.