PhD Student @ University of A Coruña
Researcher @ IEETA
Rui Lebre interests in engineering start in the early ages and converged to the computer fields when he was sixteen years old. Two years later, he opened the door to the project of his life, starting the academic path that lead to his Masters degree. During the masters at University of Aveiro, Portugal, his interests for medical informatics and medical software got higher and in 2016 he started the colaborations with UA.PT Bioinformatics. His first project as a junior researcher was to develop a web DICOM viewer for Digital Pathology. Moreover, among other small side projects, he started the development of a Role-Based Access Control for general Picture Archiving and Communication Systems.
Rui now leverages his experience and knowledge exploring profile-based, decentralized and blockchain systems to improve the nowadays healthcare systems. In the meantime he oriented some masters students and junior researchers in their investigation.
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A collection of articles, presentations or talks, most likely on Conferences and Journals.
Ana Almeida, Francisco Oliveira, Rui Lebre and Carlos Costa (2020). NoSQL distributed database for DICOM objects. ICHI 2020 (Submitted; Under revision).
Rui Lebre, Micael Pedrosa, Marcos Gestal and Carlos Costa (2020). A safe architecture for authorisation grant in healthcare ecosystems. ICHI 2020 (Submitted; Under revision).
Rui Lebre, Luís Bastião and Carlos Costa (2020). A Cloud-ready Architecture for Shared Medical Imaging Repository. Journal of Digital Imaging 2020 (Submitted; Under revision).
Rui Jesus, Pedro Nunes, Rui Lebre and Carlos Costa (2020). Role-based architecture for securemanagement of telepathology sessions. MIE 2020 (Accepted on December 2019)
Pedro Nunes, Rui Jesus, Rui Lebre and Carlos Costa (2020). Data and sessions management in a telepathology platform. Healthinf 2020 (Accepted on December 2019)
Fátima Solange and Rui Lebre (2019). Automated pattern recognition of cerebral amyloid angiopathy patients. RecPad 2019 (Accepted on October 2019).
Tiago Godinho, Rui Lebre, João Almeida and Carlos Costa (2019). ETL Framework for Real-Time Business Intelligence over Medical Imaging Repositories. Journal of Digital Imaging (IF: 1.536, Q3 in Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Medical Imaging).
Rui Lebre, Rui Jesus, Pedro Nunes and Carlos Costa (2019). Collaborative Framework for a Whole-Slide Image Viewer. IEEE CBMS 2019 (Accepted on April 2019).
Rui Lebre, Luís Bastião and Carlos Costa (2019). Accounting Module for DICOMWeb Plugins on General PACS. IEEE EMBS 2019 (Accepted on December 2018).
Rui Lebre, Tiago Godinho, Carlos Costa and Luis Silva. (2018). A performant and fully DICOM compliant Web PACS for Digital Pathology. CARS 2018 (Accepted on February 2018).
Rui Lebre, Luís Bastião Silva and Carlos Costa. (2018). Shared Medical Imaging Repositories. MIE 2018 (Accepted on January 2018).
Tiago Godinho, Rui Lebre, Luís Bastião Silva and Carlos Costa. (2017). An efficient architecture to support digital pathology in standard medical imaging repositories. Journal of Biomedical Informatics (IF: 2.753, Q1 in Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications).
Development and maintainance of the Dicoogle project, aiming to increase the success of the platform among other research units, academic institutions or in healthcare industry.
Development of the Master thesis in a company environment.
Engineering and development of a world’s pioneer system targeting to support Digital Pathology(whole-slide Images) in the format of the DICOM standard in general medical imaging repos-itories. The challenge was dealing with several gigapixels images not only in the medicalimages repositories but also in the web-based viewer.
Contacting former students under the study "Follow-up of the UA graduated students, between2008 and 2011, working conditions"
Working in a project as ambassador of the University of Aveiro, promoting the institutions inPortuguese high schools
Contacting former students under the study "The employability of the UA graduated studentsbetween 2012 and 2014"