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Multimodal Systems researches methods and tools to build interactive systems using information processing techniques. The research topics are defined in a context where multiple devices are used for interaction and an increasing amount of multimedia information is produced everyday. The potential of multimedia information can only be harnessed if the semantic content is properly represented. Additionally, the interface between the information space and the humans has to be carefully designed.
Nuno Correia, Full Professor, Area/Group coordinator
Manuel Prospero dos Santos, Associate Professor
Vitor Rocio, Associate Professor
A. Eduardo Dias, Assistant Professor
Armanda Rodrigues, Assistant Professor
Fernando Birra, Assistant Professor
Joaquim Ferreira da Silva, Assistant Professor
João Magalhães, Assistant Professor
Sofia Cavaco, Assistant Professor
Teresa Romão, Assistant Professor
Adriano Lopes, Associate Researcher
Gabriel Pereira Lopes, Associate Researcher
André Sabino, PhD Student
Bruno Cardoso, PhD Student
Diogo Cabral, PhD Student
Filipa Peleja, PhD Student
Gracinda Carvalho, PhD Student
João Ventura, PhD Student
Jorge Costa, PhD Student
José Aires, PhD Student
Kavitha Mahesh, PhD Student
Luís Gomes, PhD Student
Pedro Centieiro, PhD Student
Rossana Santos, PhD Student
Rui Gamito, PhD Student
Rui Nóbrega, PhD Student
Rui Neves Madeira, PhD Student
Sofia Reis, PhD Student
Tarquínio Mota, PhD Student
Valentim Realinho, PhD Student
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Research Projects (39)
Seminars @ CITI (21)
External Talks (58)
Graduation Activities (234)
Organization of Events (154)
Editorial Committees (3)
It was a working visit with a main intention of discussing the PhD Thesis of Gael Lejeune who was approved.
Working visit to Université de Caën
This was a research visit.
Invited talk at the XXIX Encontro da Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, at Bento Gonçalves http://csbc2009.inf.ufrgs.br/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1 Title: Supervised evolving parallel text aligners for improving quality translation
Member of the jury for the PhD Thesis of Juan Otero Pombo, at he University of Vigo at Orense, Spain
Annual meeting of researchers from Santiago de Compostela (Pablo Gamallo), Imaxin, a Galician enterprise (Jose ramon Pichel), Universidade do Minho (Alberto Simões and João Almeida), Universidade da Beira Interior (Gael Dias and several PhD students) and UNL (Gabriel Pereira Lopes). apart from scientific presentations, it wa discussed the cooperation between these research entities.
Incorporation of forest output in DyALog-based parser.
This visit was planned together with Vigo University, Corunha University and University of Santiago de Compostela. Moreover Jose Pichel from the Imaxin/Software was representing the private sector. The idea was to understand how our research could converge and cooperate. Gabriel Lopes presented results from the European ASTROLABIUM project finished in July 2006.
Visiting Research Fellow at Leeds University
Innovation week of the INI-GraphicsNet: participation in several workshops and exibitions related to Computer Graphics.
Reunion, in Brussels, to discuss on matters related to ASTROLABIUM project
This visit was done in the framework of WE-LEARN project for discussing further developments of the project. Unfortunately the Brazilian part did not aprove the continuation of the project, probably due to some failing of due dates.
Gabriel Lopes worked on the integration of selection restrictions automatically extracted from French corpora in on going implementations of a French parser developed in the framework of KLING project.
This visit was done in order to get acquainted with new developments on research done at this group due to common research interests
This visit was mainly intended for heading the PhD jury for the thesis by Jesus Vilares Ferro.
Main objective of this visit was the exam for a PhD degree of Sérgio Freitas. The visit was used also to make two talks on work ongoing in Lisbon.
Visit to deepen work started in January 2005 and to work with Alexandre Agustini, who was back in Brazil, on his PhD Thesis.
This visit was prepared by Manuel Vilares Ferro in order to enable a coordination between Vigo University, INRIA/Rocquencourt and UNL for preparing and submitting research project ECLECTIC to 6th framework programme.
This visit was done in the frawork of WE-LEARN cooperation project. Project ALERTA-BRASIL was also prepared and submitted CNPq.
This visit was mainly used to prepare cooperation project TULIPA on translation from Portuguese text into Brazilian written sign language LIBRAS. A talk on Automatic Word Sense Discrimination was given.