I'm Antonio Valente and I was graduated in Electrical Engineering from University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD), Portugal in 1994, and in 1999 I've taked a MsC degree in Industrial Electronics from University of Minho, Portugal. I've obtained in 2003 a PhD degree at UTAD, working in the field of micro-systems for agriculture. Presently, I'm an Associate Professor with Habilitation in the Department of Engineering, UTAD, and director of the same department. I'm a senior researcher at Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering - Technology and Science (INESC TEC). I was chairman of ICARSC 2015 and local organizer of Robótica 2015, Vila Real, Portugal. I'm also the organizer of Portuguese Micromouse Contest (robotics competition organized annually). My professional interests are in sensors, MEMS sensors, microcontrollers, and embedded systems, with application focus to agriculture.