More than two thousand experts were gathered at the 2021 Joint EuCNC (European Conference on Networks and Communications) & 6G Summit, one of the largest international events. Organised by INESC TEC, between June 8 and 11, the conference discussed the requirements and the 6G research programmes.
15th June 2021
INESC TEC is part of the consortium of the CHIC project – Cooperative Holistic View on Internet and Content, which aims to identify and study the factors that contribute to the audio-visual focus of viewers.
19th May 2021
INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) concluded the Tennis Video Sports AI project, promoted in partnership with AppGeneration.
19th May 2021
The research carried out within the scope of the CHIC project aims to make an important source of information, with cultural and historical value, accessible to the public and society in general. By proposing a set of tools that allow intuitive access to cinema archives, the developed solution focuses on transforming the current scenario, according to which said archives are content deposits only available to specialised technical staff.
28th April 2021
A gamified goniometer for posture clinical assessment and a technology for locating robots considering tree trunks as a visual reference are the two INESC TEC's solutions selected for the second phase of OpenCV AI Competition 2020, the largest global competition in AI and computer vision
17th March 2021
The CHIC project – Cooperative Holistic View on Internet and Content, the largest national R&D project in the media sector, enables the reduction of costs associated with professional audio-visual production – as done in television studies, for instance.
11th March 2021
The conference awarded researchers Ana Rebelo and Filipa Sequeira for their work on reviewing papers.
13th January 2021
The CHIC project – Cooperative Holistic View on Internet and Content, the largest national R&D project in the media sector, ended on December 31, 2020.
12th January 2021
Kelwin Fernandes, a researcher who collaborates with INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunication and Multimedia (CTM), received an honourable mention in the Cor Baayen Young Researcher awards, granted annually to young researchers in the fields of computer science or applied mathematics.
07th January 2021
Isabel Rio-Torto and Ricardo Cruz, researchers at INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM), received three prizes awarded by Fraunhofer Portugal and the Portuguese Association for Pattern Recognition (APRP) – the latter, within the scope of 26th edition of RECPAD – Portuguese Conference on Pattern Recognition.
23rd November 2020
INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) is part of a new European project focused on the experimental validation of Artificial Intelligence techniques to manage the Wi-Fi networks of the future. It is called SMART, and it was approved within the scope of the 8th FED4FIRE + Open Call.
17th November 2020
The paper "A Framework for On-Demand Reporting of Cryptocurrency Ownership and Provenance" co-authored by António Pinto, a researcher at the Centre for Advanced Computing Systems (CRACS) and by Pedro Pinto, a researcher at the Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) of INESC TEC, received the Best Application Paper Award at the International Congress on Blockchain and Applications (BLOCKCHAIN'20).
21st October 2020
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