INESC-ID Awards 2020
The INESC-ID Awards 2020 symbolic ceremony took place on February 23, during the 20th Scientific Council Plenary Meeting, an entirely online event.
Miguel Pupo Correia, Rui Henriques and Miguel Terra Neves were the big winners, who saw their work recognized.
Researcher: Miguel Nuno Dias Alves Pupo Correia
Young Researcher: Rui Miguel Carrasqueiro Henriques
PhD student: Miguel Ângelo da Terra Neves
The nominees for 2020 awards were:
|Researcher:||Joaquim Armando Pires Jorge
Luís Eduardo Teixeira Rodrigues
Miguel Nuno Dias Alves Pupo Correia
|Young Researcher:||Rui Miguel Carrasqueiro Henriques
Shady Alaaeldin Mohamed AbdelKader Rabie Issa
|PhD Student:||Filipa Isabel Nogueira Correia
Miguel Ângelo Terra Neves
About the INESC-ID Awards
The INESC-ID Awards were created in 2009. These awards are annually given, usually at the annual general institutional kick-off meeting. The juri is composed by the Advisory Board members, an independent committee made of world class experts.
The existence of awards for the best researchers has a high importance and value for the institution. It is a contribution to strengthen the scientific prestige and social intervention of INESC-ID in its scientific environment.
The established categories are:
See all the nominees and winners at https://inesc-id.pt/news-events/awards/
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).