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Computer Science

Diaries of a Pandemic

The lives of Portuguese citizens during and after the second lockdown

04th May 2021

Computer Science

INESC TEC supports business information systems

Henrique Mamede and José Correia collaborated with JMD – a company dedicated to represent and market brands – in the design of a new information systems architecture.

30th April 2021


Ten INESC TEC researchers among the most influential worldwide

Ten INESC TEC researchers are among the top-cited academics worldwide, part of the top 2% in their respective fields, according to a ranking developed by researchers from Stanford University (U.S.A.), and published in late 2020.

26th April 2021


INESC TEC participates in project to promote forestry

INESC TEC is part of the consortium of the rePLANT project, led by the collaborative laboratory ForestWISE, which aims to create new technologies and services, mostly supported by digital technologies, in the fields of integrated forest and fire management.

26th April 2021

Computer Science

INESC TEC researchers contribute to good cloud development practices with article in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering

The article A Survey on the Adoption of Patterns for Engineering Software for the Cloud, about good practices on systems development in the Cloud, was recently published in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, one of the most prestigious international journals in the field of Software Engineering. The authors, Tiago Boldt Sousa, Hugo Sereno Ferreira, and Filipe Correia, are both INESC TEC researchers and lecturers at FEUP.

26th March 2021

Computer Science

Diaries of a Pandemic: the testimonies of Portuguese women about the first year of COVID-19

The new results of the Pandemic Diaries study present the testimonies of Portuguese women participating in the survey regarding the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

15th March 2021

Computer Science

INESC TEC researcher publishes book on robotic process automation

Henrique São Mamede is the author of the book "Automatização de Processos com RPA". 

25th February 2021

Computer Science

INESC TEC researcher nominated iLRN Vice President for Scientific Quality

Leonel Morgado, researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Information Systems and Computer Graphics (CSIG), was elected Vice President for Scientific Quality of the international network Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN).

22nd January 2021


INESC TEC team collaborates with ENSICO initiative

A team of INESC TEC researchers participates in the initiative ENSICO, Association for the Teaching of Computing, which aims to invest in the teaching of Computer Sciences in Portuguese schools, supporting the creation of innovative practices in the digital age, through new teaching tools, materials and learning software.

29th October 2020

Computer Science

STAYAWAY COVID available for download

STAYAWAY COVID, the Portuguese COVID-19 contact tracing app, is now available for iOS and Android mobile phones, completely free of charge. INESC TEC coordinated the consortium in charge of developing the STAYAWAY COVID, officially launched on September 1, at an event that featured Prime Minister António Costa. This application strengthens to the Portuguese resources against the pandemic, focusing on a quick return to normality.

01st September 2020

Computer Science

STAYAWAY COVID: pilot project begins with invitation to thousands of participants

The new coronavirus tracing application is already in the final testing phase. For about 10 days, INESC TEC employees and participants in the Diaries of a Pandemic will be able to test the STAYAWAY COVID technology.

29th July 2020

Computer Science

INESC TEC participates in European project to measure the concentration of radioactive gas in the atmosphere

INESC TEC’s Centre for Information Systems and Computer Graphics (CSIG) is part of a new European project that focuses on measuring the amount of radon gas in the atmosphere, for radiological and climate protection purposes. The project is called traceRadon – Radon metrology for use in climate change observation and radiation protection at the environmental level, and the kick-off meeting took place on July 9 and 10

27th July 2020

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