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INESC TEC tests technology to detect marine litter remotely

The testing phase of the Spectrometer for Marine Litter project, led by the Centre for Robotics and Autonomous Systems (CRAS), took place between September 16 and 25, in Faial (Azores). The objective was to test the potential of using hyperspectral sensors for the remote detection of marine litter in coastal areas and shallow waters.

20th October 2020

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INESC TEC researcher receives award at the 22nd National Physics Conference

The work presented by Diana Capela, researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP), was awarded at PHYSICS 2020 – 22nd National Physics Conference and 30th Iberian Meeting for the Teaching of Physics, which took place between September 2 and 5, at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. The participants attended the event in person and via Zoom.

22nd September 2020

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FotoInMotion project acknowledged by the European Commission’s Innovation Radar initiative

The  European Commission’s Innovation Radar initiative acknowledged the contributions of INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) in the FotoInMotion (FiM) project. This project aims to identify innovations with significant potential, funded by the European Union.

16th September 2020

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INESC TEC technology in the first neurostimulator in the world using long-term monitoring in epileptic patient

The new neurostimulator produced by the North-American company Medtronic relies on technology developed by INESC TEC’s Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research (C-BER), in order to measure the movements caused by epileptic events in 3D, and connect them with deep brain stimulation, as well as brain surface signals (EEG). This device was approved for human use in Europe in January this year, and it enables stimulating and capturing brain signals simultaneously, which can make all the difference in the patients’ quality of life. For the first time in the world, this neurostimulator was implanted in an epileptic patient, and used in a study on 3D EEG video technology in late July, at the University Hospital Centre of São João (CHUSJ).

14th September 2020

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INESC TEC spin-off acknowledged as one of the most promising in the world in digital health

ILoF – Intelligent on Fiber, a spin-off from the University of Porto, established in INESC TEC and currently incubated at the Faculty of Medicine (FMUP), is among the 150 most promising start-ups in the field of digital health worldwide, according to a list provided by CB Insights, a North American company specialised in business analysis.

31st August 2020

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INESC TEC supports innovation solution to enhance accuracy in the diagnosis of colorectal and cervical cancers

A tool based on artificial intelligence will allow considerable advances in the way the anatomopathological diagnosis of histological samples is currently carried out. The INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) participates in the CADPath.AI project as a technological partner since June 2020, and the project will last for two years.

12th August 2020

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IV Edition of the ‘Summer Internship Programme’ challenges dozens of future engineers

During the month of July, INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) promoted the fourth edition of the Summer Internship’s initiative. Students from various Portuguese faculties and universities had the opportunity to develop and deepen knowledge in the fields of telecommunications and multimedia.

10th August 2020

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“CTM Award for Best Master Thesis” awarded to João Pereira

The thesis entitled “Fingerprint Anti Spoofing – Domain Adaptation and Adversarial Learning”, developed as part of the Master in Bioengineering at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), was awarded «CTM’s Best Master Thesis of 2020». João Pereira is the author of the work, supervised by Jaime Cardoso and Ana Filipa Sequeira, researchers of INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM).

07th August 2020

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INESC TEC developed artificial intelligence algorithms to support medical diagnosis

The TAMI project (Transparent Artificial Medical Intelligence), led by First Solutions and with the participation of INESC TEC through the Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) and the Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research (C-BER), aims to make medical diagnosis supported by Artificial Intelligence (AI) clearer and more reliable.

06th August 2020

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INESC TEC and AppGeneration developed a mobile app to analyse tennis matches

INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) supported AppGeneration in the development of the Tennis Tracking AI application. This tool helps tennis players obtain more value from their matches, in order to improve their performance; the app is a result of the Tennis Video Sports AI project.

28th July 2020

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INESC TEC researchers organised a conference on Image Analysis and Recognition

The ICIAR 2020 – 17th International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition – took place between the June 24 and 26. The international event in the fields of Image Processing and Analysis, Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Medical Image Analysis has been held annually, alternating between Portugal and Canada. The 2020 edition was “100% digital”, with the collaboration of five researchers from INESC TEC.

09th July 2020

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VISUM 2020: new edition welcomes participants from all over the world

The eighth edition of “VISUM Summer School” is already scheduled. The event is organised by INESC TEC and the Infante D. Henrique Portucalense University (UPT), and it will take place between July 6 and 10. The Summer School will feature internationally recognised speakers in the field of computer vision. This edition will introduce several new features, and take place through digital channels, thus overcoming the challenges of the current context and reaching a higher number of candidates.

20th April 2020

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