Rodolfo Vieira Valentim

PhD Student - Machine Learning, Network Security, Artificial Intelligence

PhD Scolarship: AI-Powered Darknets/Honeypots for Supporting Network Anomaly Detection
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Rodolfo Vieira Valentim was born in Espírito Santo, Brasil, in 1992. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering at Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (UFES). Also, at UFES, he obtained his master’s degree in Informatics. In 2015, he was awarded a fully-funded scholarship to spend one year at the Hanze Institute of Technology in the Netherlands as an exchange student. His research interests are Software-Defined Networks, Data Center Networks, Cloud Computing, Network Security, Artificial Intelligence, and Anomaly Detection. Currently, he is a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Marco Mellia and Idilio Drago, conducting his research at ET / SmartData@PoliTo Center in association with Huawei. His research aims towards building an AI-assisted approach for network security based on multiple darknets and honeypots.