Research Projects

MEDPERSYST

Website: www.uc.pt/icnas

Participation: May 2017 - present || (Postdoctoral researcher)

Subject: MEDPERSYST: Redes sinápticas e abordagens compreensivas de medicina personalizada em doenças neurocomportamentais ao longo da vida.


fMRI and PET Project

Website: www.uc.pt/icnas

Participation: June 2015 - April 2017 || (Researcher)

Subject: Trabalho multidisciplinar no âmbito da ressonância funcional e tomografia de emissão de positrões


From molecules to man Project

Website: www.uc.pt/icnas

Participation: January 2014 - May 2015 || (Researcher)

Subject: From molecules to man: novel diagnostic imaging tools in neurological and psychiatric disorders (schizophrenia and bipolar disorder)


PhD Project

Website: www.isr.uc.pt/~rmartins/

Participation: September 2009 - March 2017 || (PhD student)

Subject: Development of Techniques for Multimodal Object Exploration - A Contribution for Autonomous Dexterous Robotics Hands (project title)


HANDLE project

Website: www.handle-project.eu

Participation: February 2009 - February 2013 ||(Researcher)

Subject:Developmental pathway towards autonomy and dexterity in robot in-hand manipulation


PROMETHEUS project

Website: www.informationsystems.foi.se/

Participation: September 2008 - February 2009 || (Researcher)

Subject: PRediction and interpretatiOn of huMan behaviour based on probabilistic sTructures and HEterogeneoUs Sensors

BlueWorks - Medical Expert Diagnosis

Website: www.blueworks.pt

Participation: September 2007 - September 2008 || (Student Internship)

Subject: OphthalSuite - Platform for Integration in Ophthalmology.OphthalSuite is a software application which allows ophthalmologists to access all the data gathered by the several complementary exams machines in a fast and comfortable way, regardless of their manufacturer or specific model.Contribution to the development of ophthalmic images registration algorithms

EPILEPSIAE project

Website: www.epilepsiae.eu

Participation: September 2007 - March 2008 || (Collaboration as student during the course "Neuronal Computing and Diffuse Systems" (professor António Dourado - Informatics Engineering Department) of the Biomedical Engineering Master (Integrated Master))

Subject: Development of a preventive transportable intelligent alarming system for epileptic patients based on semantic mining, multisignal and multidimensional processing with improved sensitivity and specificity.

ISA - Intelligent Sensing Anywhere

Website: www.isa.pt

Participation: September 2006 - July 2007 || (Student Internship)

Subject: Development of a portable system for remote monitoring of vital signs. Analysis of technical and commercial requisites. In collaboration with the Electronics and Instrumentation Group (GEI), Physics Department, University of Coimbra lei.fis.uc.pt/.

research-projects

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