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-Mirella M. Moro is Associate Professor at the [[http://​www.dcc.ufmg.br|Computer Science department]] at [[http://​www.ufmg.br|UFMG]] (Belo Horizonte, Brazil). She holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science (University of California Riverside - [[http://​www.ucr.edu|UCR]],​ 2007), and MSc and BSc in Computer Science as well ([[http://​www.ufrgs.br|UFRGS]],​ Brazil). She was a member of the [[https://​www.acm.org/​education|ACM Education Council]] and the Education Director of [[http://​www.sbc.org.br|SBC]] (Brazilian Computer Society, 2009-2015), the editor-in-chief of the electronic magazine [[http://​horizontes.sbc.org.br/​|SBC Horizontes]] (2008-2012),​ and associated editor of JIDM (2010-2012). She is currently a Council Member of the SBC and part of the [[http://​meninas.sbc.org.br/​|SBC Meninas Digitais]] (//Digital Girls//) Steering Committee. Her research interests include social ​networks ​analysis, ​query optimization, and hybrid database modeling. She is also an advocate for increasing women participation in Computer Science, coordinating projects such as [[http://​bitgirls.dcc.ufmg.br|BitGirls]],​ and a mother of three. ​+Mirella M. Moro is Associate Professor at the [[http://​www.dcc.ufmg.br|Computer Science department]] at [[http://​www.ufmg.br|UFMG]] (Belo Horizonte, Brazil). She holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science (University of California Riverside - [[http://​www.ucr.edu|UCR]],​ 2007), and MSc and BSc in Computer Science as well ([[http://​www.ufrgs.br|UFRGS]],​ Brazil). She was a member of the [[https://​www.acm.org/​education|ACM Education Council]] and the Education Director of [[http://​www.sbc.org.br|SBC]] (Brazilian Computer Society, 2009-2015), the editor-in-chief of the electronic magazine [[http://​horizontes.sbc.org.br/​|SBC Horizontes]] (2008-2012),​ and associated editor of JIDM (2010-2012). She is currently a Council Member of the SBC and part of the [[http://​meninas.sbc.org.br/​|SBC Meninas Digitais]] (//Digital Girls//) Steering Committee. Her research interests include ​data-driven research, ​social analysis, ​gender diversity, and education in Computer Science. She is also an advocate for increasing women participation in Computer Science, coordinating projects such as [[http://​bitgirls.dcc.ufmg.br|BitGirls]],​ and a mother of three. ​