INESC TEC - Associate Laboratory incorporates:
12 R&D Centres
- CPES – Centre for Power and Energy Systems
- CTM – Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia
- CAP – Centre for Applied Photonics
- CESE – Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering
- CSIG – Centre for Information Systems and Computer Graphics
- CROB – Centre for Robotics and Intelligent Systems
- CITE – Centre for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship
- C-BER - Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research
- LIAAD – Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support
- CRACS – Centre for Research in Advanced Computing Systems
- CEGI – Centre for Industrial Engineering and Management
- HASLab – High-Assurance Software Laboratory
1 Associate R&D Unit
- CISTER - Research Centre in Real-Time and Embedded Computing Systems
Additional information and contacts:
CPES - Centre for Power and Energy Systems
This centre develops activities in different areas, such as regulation and electricity markets, integration of dispersed generation, technical and economic management of distribution systems, use of information technologies in regional power planning or uncertainty and risk treatment.
Coordinator: Manuel Matos
CTM - Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia
This centre plays an active role in key areas in the context of modern networks and communication services, especially in network architectures, telecommunication services, signal and image processing, microelectronics, digital TV and multimedia.
Coordinator: Manuel Ricardo
Coordinator: Augustin Olivier
CAP - Centre for Applied Photonics
This centre works in the areas of optical sources, optical communications, optical fibre sensors and microfabrication, investing in the design and development of electronic systems.
Coordinator: Paulo Marques
Assistant Coordinator: Ireneu Dias
CESE - Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering
This centre develops innovative solutions based on information, communication and electronics for small and medium enterprises.
Coordinator: Luís Maia Carneiro
Coordinator: Jorge Pinho de Sousa
CSIG - Centre for Information Systems and Computer Graphics
This centre focuses its activity on large information systems applied to local authorities, industry, trade, health, telecommunications, as well as central and local administrations.
Coordinator: António Gaspar
Coordinator: Gabriel David
CROB - Centre for Robotics and Intelligent Systems
This centre offers advanced solutions based on mobile and autonomous robotics and promotes the integration of advanced sensing solutions in the area of manufacturing technologies.
Coordinator: António Paulo Moreira
Coordinator: Eduardo Silva
CITE - Centre for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship
This centre supports the other R&D centres at INESC TEC in the components of technology transfer and business incubation through the creation, development and dissemination of knowledge valorisation practices.
Coordinator: Alexandra Xavier
Coordinator: João Claro
C-BER - Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research
This centre promotes knowledge through applied research, advanced training and innovation in Biomedical Engineering mainly in the following three areas: BioInstrumentation, Biomedical Imaging and NeuroEngineering.
Coordinator: Aurélio Campilho
Coordinator: João Paulo Cunha
LIAAD – Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support
This centre focuses on decision support systems with special emphasis on data mining, forecasting, adaptive modelling and optimisation with applications in marketing, finance, process scheduling, health, text information retrieval and many other areas.
Coordinator: Alípio Jorge
CRACS – Centre for Research in Advanced Computing Systems
This centre conducts R&D in the fields of programming languages, parallel and distributed computing, data mining, intelligent systems and software architecture with emphasis on resolving specific problems in multidisciplinary areas such as Biology, Medicine and Chemistry.
Coordinator: Fernando Silva
CEGI– Centre for Industrial Engineering and Management
This centre works in the areas that bring Engineering, Management and Social Sciences together, and its goal is to identify processes, techniques and indicators of efficiency in institutions.
Coordinator: Bernardo Almada-Lobo
HASLab – High-Assurance Software Laboratory
The main goal of this centre is to produce reliable software systems in contexts where the careful consideration of characteristics such as correctness, responsiveness, robustness and security is compulsory, since they are typically subject to certification. HASLab develops integrated research along three lines, and approaches problems by taking advantage of the synergy between them: formal methods for software development, dependable distributed systems and information security.
Coordinator: Rui Oliveira
CISTER – Research Centre in Real-Time and Embedded Computing Systems
This Associate Unit focuses its activity in the areas of real-time communication networks and protocols; wireless sensor networks; real-time operating systems and programming paradigms; distributed and embedded real-time computer systems; QoS-aware (Quality of Service) cooperative computing and applications; programming and planning analysis (including multiprocessor systems); and cyber-physical systems.
Coordinator: Eduardo Tovar