Teaching

I lecture courses in the areas of Networking, Programming and Security in the Department of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of the Aveiro University.

Here you can find some auxiliary contents that are relevant for the several courses I lecture. If you are a student you should look at the internal elearning system.

The content is subject to the CC BY-SA 2.0 license. You are free to use the content for your own purposes, but you must give appropriate credit. I’m sure you understand the effort put into preparing all the contents, and how easy it is to acknowledge it.

(SIO) Information and Organizational Security

This course takes the students to the world of security in information systems and organizations. It is an introdutory course, lectured to 3rd year students without any security background. The contents focus in the exploration of several key architectures and technologies, which are used to increase the security of common information systems. Assignments include applyed cryptography, vulnerability assessment/exploration and simple forensics.

The following links contain lecture slides, laboratory assignments, and miscellaneous contents that are used during the classes.

Editions: 2020-2021, 2019-2020, 2018-2019, 2015-2016

Informatics Laboratories

This course is lectured to first year students of the Computers and Telematics Engineering course. It aims at introducing several concepts, methodologies and tools that are important to any computer scientist. The course is fast paced introducing one topic per week. Programming is presented as the key for understanding other concepts related to the way computers, robots, software and the Internet works.

Editions: 2014-2015, 2013-2014

Security

This course takes the students to the world of security in software and cryptography. Several classic attacks, authorisation and authentication methods are studied, as well as most current ciphers. In the practical classes, students must apply the knowledge they gathered during the classes in the form of integration projects.

The following link contains laboratory assignments and miscellaneous contents that are used during the classes.

Editions: 2015-2016, 2014-2015