Luis M. Correia
Short Personal Interview Luis M. Correia was born in 1958, in Portimão, Portugal. He is an INESC-ID Researcher since 2016, integrating the Scientific Area Communication Networks (CN). How did you get to INESC-ID? It was an R&D centre that fulfilled my expectations….
Short Personal Interview Tomás Alves was born in 1994, in Lisbon Portugal. He is an INESC-ID Researcher and PhD Student since 2017, integrating the Scientific Area Graphics and Interaction (GI). How did you get to INESC-ID? I applied and was selected to be…
Short Personal Interview Rui Henriques was born in 1987, in Lisbon he is an INESC-ID Researcher since 2010, integrating the Scientic Area Information and Decision Support Systems (IDSS). How did you get to INESC-ID? Master thesis at IST INESC-ID…
Luis Miguel Silveira
Short Personal Interview Luis Miguel Silveira was born in 1963, in Lisbon. He is an INESC-ID Researcher since its inception, currently integrating the Scientic Area High-Performance Computing Architectures and Systems (HPCAS). How long have you been part of the INESC-ID Team? 1999,…
Francisco S. Melo
Short Personal Interview Francisco S. Melo was born in 1977, in Guarda, Portugal. He is an INESC-ID Researcher since 2009, integrating the Scientic Area Artificial Intelligence for People and Society (AIPS). How did you get to INESC-ID? I started in…
Short Personal Interview António Grilo was born in 1973, in Lisbon. He is an INESC-ID Researcher since 1999, coordinating the Scientic Area Communication Networks (CN) How did you get to INESC-ID? As PhD student. INESC-ID is… A Portuguese cutting edge,…
Short Personal Interview Gonçalo Rodrigues was born in 1995, in Lisbon. He is an INESC-ID Researcher and PhD Student since 2020, integrating the Scientific Area Nano-Electronic Circuits and Systems (NECS). How did you get to INESC-ID? During my master thesis INESC-ID…
Miguel Pupo Correia
Short Personal Interview Miguel Pupo Correia was born in 1968, in Figueira da Foz, Portugal. He is an INESC-ID Researcher since 2011, integrating the Scientic Area Distributed, Parallel and Secure Systems (DPSS). Miguel Pupo Correia is also member of the Scientific Council of INESC-ID….
Short Personal Interview Miguel Pardal was born in 1977, in Lisbon, Portugal. He is an INESC-ID Researcher since 2015, integrating the Scientific Area Distributed, Parallel and Secure Systems (DPSS). Miguel Pardal is also member of the Scientific Council of INESC-ID. …
Short Personal Interview Sandra Pereira Gama was born in 1984, in Entroncamento, Portugal. She is an INESC-ID Researcher since 2008, integrating the Scientific Area Graphics and Interaction (GI). How did you get to INESC-ID? As an MSc student INESC-ID is… A research institution of…
Francisco António Chaves Saraiva de Melo: “Agregação” (Habilitation) in Computer Science and Engineering
Francisco António Chaves Saraiva de Melo, INESC-ID researcher within the Artificial Intelligence for People and Society Research Area and Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of Instituto Superior Técnico, will present a course unit report and a seminar in order to be awarded his Agregação (Habilitation) in Computer Science and Engineering on 30th and 31st May 2022.
Francisco Melo will present the course unit report titled Planning, Learning, and Intelligent Decision Making at 9am on 30th May 2022 (available on Zoom), followed by the seminar Reinforcement learning: A dynamical systems viewpoint at 9am on 31st May 2022 (available on Zoom).
2nd RiverCure Workshop
Location: Meeting room of Department of Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Building, Instituto Superior Técnico, Alameda Campus.
9:00 – 9:10 Welcoming attendants
9:10 – 9:30 Overview of the project and main outputs (Rui Ferreira)
9:30 – 9:45 Mathematical modelling – HiSTAV shallow water solver (Daniel Conde)
9:45 – 10:00 Laboratory observatory – tools (Luís Mendes/Rui Ferreira)
10:00 – 10:15 Laboratory observatory – lab models (Rui Aleixo/Rui Ferreira)
10:15 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 10:45 Field observatory – tools (Bruno Martins)
10:45 – 11:00 Field observatory – February 2016 and December 2019 floods, Rio Águeda (Rodrigo Oliveira)
11:00 – 11:20 The RiverCure portal – Conception and implementation (Alberto Silva)
11:20 – 11:40 The RiverCure portal – Applications (Ana Margarida Ricardo/Alberto Silva)
11:40 – 12:30 Discussion and Ending
RiverCure is a partnership of Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente, INESC-ID and IST-ID.
Support: APRH – Comissão Especializada em Hidráulica Fluvial
Funding: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) RiverCure: Curating and assimilating crowdsourced and authoritative data to reduce uncertainty in river flow modelling. PTDC/CTA-OHR/29360/2017
Further details on the RiverCure project are available here.