I have joined the Master's program in March 2002. I'll try to keep my
research related material here in this section. So far I have:
Right now, I have only one publication. But I'm really happy with the result,
and proud of the work we were able to put into it.
Open Source Projects
Here are a few projects which I've contributed to:
And these are the projects which I just enjoy very much:
K42 is a new research operating system for cache-coherent multiprocessors.
See the web-page for more information on the project. My involvement with K42 has to do
with my master's research, and is focused on building a flexible and efficient file system
for both K42 and Linux operating systems.
Caching in Linux VM
This project introduces compression inside Linux's VM,
with automatic adaptivity. It is the main research
of a friend,
Rodrigo de Castro,
here at the university.
- User Mode
This is a very cool project which enables you to run (and
test) a Linux kernel as a simple Linux process. Very nice
for everyone who does kernel hacking. I have made some
- Dillo Browser
I'm one of the steady developers of this fun project. I
also help to maintain the web page. Oh, and you can also
see my list of current
This is a great Instant Messenger client. With this baby I can
connect to ICQ (for friends), AIM (for advisor), Yahoo!
(for friends at work), and IRC (for kernel
discussion groups like
My favorite mail client. I simply adore this client, and
nothing will make me want to switch to another... ever! (I
used to say this too when I used Emacs' VM ;-).
I am an avid user of this wonderful editor. I can't
seem to program in anything else! This modest web page was completely
constructed using Emacs.
My favorite GNU/Linux distro.