José Luís Zem, PhD
Graduated in Data Processing, specializing in Systems Analysis, Master in Computer Science and Ph.D. in Computational Physics. He is currently Professor at the School of Engineering of Piracicaba (EEP) in the courses of Computer Science and Computer Engineering, at the Faculty of Technology of Americana (FATEC) in the courses of Technology in Analysis and Development of Systems and Technology in Information Security and also in a specialization course “Engineering and Administration of Database Systems” at the Faculty of Technology of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). He has experience in the fields of Computer Science and Information Systems, with an emphasis on Computer Systems and Information Technology and works mainly on the following topics: Fault Tolerance, Computer Clustering, Distributed Computing, Parallel and High Performance, Computer Networks, Computer Architecture, Embedded Systems and Operating Systems.
Rossano Pablo Pinto, Med
Associate professor and researcher at Americana Faculty of Technology – FATEC AMERICANA. He holds a degree in System Analysis and has a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering with emphasis in distributed systems. He is currently pursuing a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering. He has been working in several research topics along the years, including, but not limited to machine learning; virtualization; cloud computing; IPv6 networks; network packet schedulers in Linux; context-aware systems; smart-environments, Arduino-like devices, Raspberry pi, and, sure, IoT. As a hobby, he develops a 32bit operating system kernel for x86, which provides TPC/IP network communication and multiprogramming.