Bernardete Ribeiro is Professor at the Informatics Engineering Department of the University of Coimbra in Portugal, from where she received Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, speciality of Informatics. She is Director of the Centre of Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra (CISUC). Her research interests are in the areas of Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Financial Engineering, Signal Processing and their applications to a broad range of fields. She is Founder and Leader of the Laboratory of Artificial Neural Networks (LARN) since 1997. She authored or co-authored many publications including books, journals and international and national conferences. She acted as Coordinator of the B.Sc. in Informatics Engineering for three terms 2011/13, 2013/15 and 2015/17 and as Coordinator of the M.Sc. in Informatics Engineering in 2007/09 and 2009/11.
Secretário | Luís Filipe Pinto de Almeida Teixeira
Luis F. Teixeira holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
from Universidade do Porto in the area of computer vision (2009).
Currently he is an Assistant Professor at the Department of
Informatics Engineering, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do
Porto, and a researcher at INESC TEC. Previously he was a researcher
at INESC Porto (2001-2008), Visiting Researcher at the University of
Victoria (2006), and Senior Scientist at Fraunhofer AICOS (2008-2013).
His current research interest include: computer vision, machine
learning and interactive systems.
Professor João Rodrigues graduated in Electrical Engineering in 1993, he got his M.Sc. in Computer Systems Engineering in 1998 and Ph.D. Electronics and Computer Engineering in 2008 from University of the Algarve (UAlg), Portugal. He is Adjunct Professor at Instituto Superior de Engenharia, also in the UAlg, where he lectures Computer Science and Computer Vision since 1994. He is member of associative laboratory LARSyS (ISR-Lisbon), CIAC research unit and the Associations APRP and ARTECH. He participated in more than 15 financed (4 has PI) scientific projects, and he is co-author more than 150 scientific publications, including books. He is the present director of the Master in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. His major research interests lies on computer vision, assistive technologies, human-computer interaction and augmented reality.