These data will be collected throughout the circumnavigation, which the vessel will make starting from 5 January of 2020.What are the goals?On the one hand, increasing the climate knowledge by studying the effects of climate changes on the planet's electrical circuit, thus allowing a better prediction of the climate evolution.On the other hand, assessing the health of the ocean, which has a significant global impact on sectors such as fisheries, marine activities or even energy, by collecting biological samples (fishes) for further laboratory analysis
Date 19th November 2019
There is a Portuguese spin-off that has just received EUR 2 million to fight Alzheimer's disease through the use of Artificial Intelligence and Photonics. The award was given by Wild Card, an EIT Health's acceleration programme - the largest healthcare consortium in the world - for disruptive healthcare projects, which selected the startup from hundreds of projects. iLoF - the name of the spin-off of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) - will be present for the first time at the Web Summit in Lisbon.
Date 06th November 2019
InterConnect – is the name of the European project that has just started and which brings together 51 European entities that will develop and test advanced solutions for the digitalisation of the power system. There will be EUR 36 million available for this project, which is the biggest European project ever led by a Portuguese institution. The Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) will be responsible for the project and four other Portuguese institutions, like EDP Distribuição, SONAE MC, Schneider Electric Portugal and Domótica SA., will participate in it.
Date 04th November 2019
The melting in the Antarctica, monsoon disturbances, changes in the Atlantic ocean currents, reductions of ice in the Arctic sea and extreme droughts are examples of weather events with the potential to cause a domino effect and a cascade of dramatic changes in the environment. This way, understanding the mechanisms that lead to these events is of vital importance to prevent abrupt climate transitions and irreversible changes in the earth system.
Date 24th October 2019
It’s already possible to see humans and robots collaborating with each other in an effective way in the coating of complex and large-scale products in Portugal. Painting robots already existed, but one of their main limitations was related to their inability to paint large-scale products or those that had a complex geometry. The collaborative robotic cell developed in the European project FLEXCoating managed to overcome this limitation, promoting the cooperation between humans and robots through 3D sensors for workspace monitoring, object recognition and location, trajectory programming by demonstration, among other technologies.
Date 17th October 2019
The European project DIVA, coordinated in Portugal by INESC TEC and INOVISA, will launch the second edition of a support programme for Portuguese, Spanish, French, Greek, Italian and Irish companies that submit technology-based and innovative projects with application in the agrofood, environment and forestry sectors. There is EUR 1.38 million available.
Date 09th October 2019
The “World Congress on Formal Methods” is an event that gathers the worldwide computer experts and takes place every 10 years. Portugal was the country chosen to receive the third edition of this congress. Porto is the city that will host, for five days, over 500 experts from 40 different nationalities.
Date 01st October 2019
A digital platform for multiple transport payments called Pick is available. This system, created by the Portuguese startup Ubirider, and available on the Apple Store and Google Play, allows users to plan trips, to pay for the tickets and to travel anywhere, using the best combination of means of transport. From 27 September, it will be possible to buy tickets through the app for the new Scotturb's express buses that make daily connections between Cascais, Sintra and Porto.
Date 18th September 2019
A group of researchers from Porto developed a laser technology based on artificial intelligence that allows to identify and quantify minerals in real time. The developed system is capable of self-learning, that is, the technology will progressively learn the new behaviour to be acquired by means of new data.
Date 30th July 2019
A technology developed in Porto will enable the remote and continuous monitoring of submerged hoses, thus allowing preventive maintenance and leakage detection while avoiding potential environmental disasters. Two patent applications were already submitted.
Date 24th July 2019
The launch of the scientific internship programme for secondary school students will take place on 16 July at 10:30 a.m. at INESC TEC - the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science, in Porto, and will be attended by the Minister for Science, Technology and Higher Education, Manuel Heitor, the President of Ciência Viva, Rosalia Vargas, and the Chairman of INESC TEC's Board, José Manuel Mendonça.
Date 12th July 2019
meuparlamento.pt is the name of the mobile application that simulates the plenary of the Assembly of the Republic, allowing citizens to know and vote in the legislative proposals presented in the Portuguese Parliament since 2011.
Date 08th July 2019
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