PhD candidate(Polytechnique School, USP, Brazil)
- Cardoso Jr.,J. L.
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Jarbas Lopes Cardoso Junior is senior technologist at Center for Information Technology Renato Archer, CTI, research unit of Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Brazil. He graduated and got his MSc in Physics from University of Campinas, UNICAMP, Brazil. As software project manager, he has conducted several projects carried out in collaboration with national and international public and private institutions. In his first international experience, he managed the Electronic Government Innovation and Access Project (eGOIA), an European Union funded initiative in the context of Alliance of Information Society (@lis). Lately, he managed two projects related to Science and Technology policy, the “Reference Model for Brazilian Public Software” and “Middleware Ginga Evaluation” (Brazilian standard for Digital TV). Currently, he coordinates the Brazilian federal initiative for the use and development of free technologies by public sector and he is teacher of the MBA course “Information Technology Governance”, offered by UNICAMP. Also, he is a PhD student of the Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic School, University of São Paulo (USP). He has published in journals, books and conference proceedings. Also, he participates of the “Collective Intelligence in Social Project Management”, partnership among CTI, USP, National Institute of Informatics (NII, Japan), and Communigram.net (France), with support of the Science without Borders Program (CNPq). He has organised several international events (scientific conferences, workshops), e.g., ACM/MEDES 2013, Luxembourg. Currently, he is visiting research at NII. His main research areas of interest are: collective intelligence-based community management, problem-solving by cases, free technologies and open innovation, Web 2.0/3.0, social project management systems, social networks, internet of the future, digital ecosystems. He is member of IEEE and Brazilian Computer Society (SBC), the ACM in Brazil.