Rudinei Goularte

Associate Professor

rudinei at icmc usp br

Intermídia Lab

Computer Science Department
Sao Paulo University

Caixa Postal 668. Av. Trabalhador Sao-carlense, 400
13560-970 Sao Carlos, SP - Brazil

phone: +55 16 3373.6636, Intermidia lab: +55 16 3373-9668, fax: +55 16 3373.9751

 

 

 


Education

Livre Docente/Habilitation (2011): Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação – Universidade de São Paulo (ICMC-USP).

PhD (2003): Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação – Universidade de São Paulo (ICMC-USP).

MSc (1998): Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação – Universidade de São Paulo (ICMC-USP).

BSc (1995): Universidade Federal de Mato-Grosso do Sul (UFMS).

 

My CV is available in the Plataforma Lattes from CNPq (Portuguese) here.

You can also find some of my publications at my Google Scholar Profile.


Research Interests: Video (I-TV, Video Segmentation, 3D Video, Accessibility), Multimedia Content Analysis and Retrieval, Ubiquitous Computing.

Former research projects:

  • GINGA Project: this project aims for an extension of the SBTVD (Sistema Brasileiro de TV Digital) middleware, named Ginga. The extension will allows development of more interactive applications, which are supposed to be video object-based interactive, enabling users to perform web-like interactions with the content they are watching. GINGA is supported by FINEP agency.
  • the TIDIA-eLearning Project Project, a cooperation effort among 15 research laboratories from the state of Sao Paulo, which aims at building software infrastructure for supporting learning activities in the context of a high-speed network. TIDIA-Ae is supported by FAPESP agency.
  • TIDIA KyaTera Project: aims the research, development and delivery of an optical fiber network linking excellence research centers of the Sao Paulo state. That network is academic in spirit and will work at terabytes rates, underlying innovative applications. TIDIA-Kyatera is supported by FAPESP agency.
  • VIMOS Project: the VIMOS (Video, Mobility and Security) project aims the research and development of methods, techniques and innovative applications to allow video delivering over wireless neteworks with quality of service (QoS). VIMOS is supported by CNPq (MCT/SEPIN-CNPq-FINEP 01/ 2002) agency.