Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro
IEETA is a Computer Science and Engineering / Electronics and Electrical Engineering research unit with 50 PhD integrated members (25.3 full-time equivalent). It is organized in three groups, two of them more application oriented (Biomedical Informatics and Technologies, and Intelligent Robotics and Systems), the other one of a more fundamental nature (Information Systems and Processing), mapping the major scientific areas of activity of its researchers. Empowered by its internal diversity and strong collaborative environment, IEETA has been able to provide important contributions in problems that require a high level of multidisciplinarity.
IEETA has a vast experience in joint projects with the industry, some of them resulting in the creation of spin-offs and start-ups, patents and trademarks, both national and international, and a number of products that have been licensed and are in use by the industry.
Some recent publications
- Nuno Gomes, Samuel Silva, Carlos F. Silva, Sandra C. Soares. Beware the Serpent: The Advantage of Ecologically-Relevant Stimuli in Accessing Visual Awareness. Evolution & Human Behavior, vol. (In press), January 2017 [IF 2014: 3.130 (Q1, 15/118)]
- A. M. J. Cruz, C. Alves, Sónia Gouveia, M. G. Scotto, M. C. Freitas, H. Wolterbeek. A wavelet-based approach applied to suspended particulate matter time series in Portugal. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, vol. 9, no. 8, p. 847–859, December 2016 [IF 2014: 1.804 (Q2, 102/223)]
- Francisco Curado, João Quintas, António Pascoal. AUV terrain-aided navigation using a Doppler velocity logger. Annual Reviews in Control, vol. 2016, no. 1, November 2016
- Daniel Malafaia, José M. N. Vieira, Ana Maria Tomé. Adaptive threshold spectrum sensing based on expectation maximization algorithm. Physical Communication, vol. (online), November 2016
- Hamidreza Kasaei, Ana Maria Tomé, Luís Seabra Lopes, Miguel Riem Oliveira. GOOD: A Global Orthographic Object Descriptor for 3D Object Recognition and Manipulation. Pattern Recognition Letters, vol. 83, Part 3, p. 312–320, November 2016 [IF 2014: 1.551 (Q2, 55/123)]
- A. Monteiro, Sónia Gouveia, M. G. Scotto, J. Lopes, C. Gama, M. Feliciano, A. I. Miranda. Investigating ozone episodes in Portugal: a wavelet-based approach. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, vol. 9, no. 7, p. 775-783, November 2016 [IF 2014: 1.804 (Q2, 102/223)]
- Miguel Riem Oliveira, Vitor Santos, Angel Sappa, Paulo Dias, António Moreira. Incremental Texture Mapping for Autonomous Driving. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, vol. 84, p. 113-128, October 2016 [IF 2014: 1.256 (Q2, 11/23)]
- Rómulo Antão, Alexandre Mota, Rui Escadas Martins. Model-Based Control using Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Systems. Soft Computing, October 2016 [IF 2014: 1.271 (Q3, 65/123)]
- Al-Baddai, S., Al-Subari, K., Ana Maria Tomé, Ludwig, B., Salas-Gonzales, D., Elmar W. Lang. Analysis of fMRI images with bi-dimensional empirical mode decomposition based-on Green's functions. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, vol. 30, p. 53-63, September 2016 [IF 2014: 1.419 (Q2, 15/30)]
- Susana Brás, Sandra Soares, Ricardo Moreira, José Maria Fernandes. BeMonitored: Monitoring psychophysiology and behavior using Android in phobias. Behavior Research Methods, vol. 48, no. 3, p. 1100-1108, September 2016 [IF 2014: 2.928 (Q1, 2/13)]
- Sun Kim, Rezarta Islamaj Doğan, Andrew Chatr-Aryamontri, Christie S. Chang, Rose Oughtred, Jennifer Rust, Riza Batista-Navarro, Jacob Carter, Sophia Ananiadou, Sérgio Matos, André Santos, David Campos, José Luís Oliveira, Onkar Singh, Jitendra Jonnagaddala, Hong-Jie Dai, Emily Chia-Yu Su, Yung-Chun Chang, Yu-Chen Su, Chun-Han Chu, Chien Chin Chen, Wen-Lian Hsu, Yifan Peng, Cecilia Arighi, Cathy H. Wu, K. Vijay-Shanker, Ferhat Aydın, Zehra Melce Hüsünbeyi, Arzucan Özgür, Soo-Yong Shin, Dongseop Kwon, Kara Dolinski, Mike Tyers, W. John Wilbur, and Donald C. Comeau. BioCreative V BioC track overview: collaborative biocurator assistant task for BioGRID. Database, vol. 2016, no. baw121, September 2016 [IF 2014: 3.372 (Q1, 7/57)]
- Miguel Riem Oliveira, Vitor Santos, Angel Sappa, Paulo Dias, António Moreira. Incremental Scenario Representations for Autonomous Driving using Geometric Polygonal Primitives. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, vol. 83, p. 312-325, September 2016 [IF 2014: 1.256 (Q2, 11/23)]
This Research Unit is funded by National Funds through the FCT - Foundation for Science and Technology, in the context of the project UID/CEC/00127/2013.