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António J. R. Neves


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Position Aux. professor
Affiliation DETI / University of Aveiro
Group Intelligent Robotics and Systems
Status Researcher with PhD
Country Portugal
Former PhD students João Cunha, Luís Matos, João Silva, Alina Trifan
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Courses Audio and Video Coding, Compiladores, Computer Vision, Fundamentos de Programação, Introdução à Programação, Laboratórios de Informática, Programacao3, Programação 1, Programação 2, Programação Orientada a Objetos, Programação em Fortran, Programação em Java, Robotica Móvel e Inteligente, Sistemas Operativos, Algorithmic Information Theory
Projects ProdutechSIF, RETIOT, SOCA - Smart Open Campus
Past projects 2016-FollowInspiration, ACORD, Cloud Thinking, DNA-Profiles, EUROC, FCM-DNA, FollowInspiration 2017, FollowInspiration Contactless, Heron II, Identity Verification, IntellWheels, LUL, ProdutechPSI, ProdutechPTI, SAICT, Smartphones for Smart Seniors, StrassVision
Events AAL 2012, ICASSP 2009, ICASSP 2011, ICIP 2011, SIGNAL'2017
ORCID 0000-0001-5433-6667
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António J. R. Neves was born in Torres Novas, Portugal, in July 1979. He received the Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering degree from the University of Aveiro, Portugal, in 2002 and the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Aveiro, in 2007.

Currently, he is an Assistant Professor (Professor Auxiliar) at the Department of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of the University of Aveiro (DETI), and a researcher at the Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro (IEETA).

He is an IEEE Senior Member and member of several other research organizations worldwide, namely IEEE RAS, INSTICC, ATINER, SPR, among others.

His main research interests are computer vision and image and video coding. He also has interests in robotics and bioinformatics.




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