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Marco Simões

  • PhD student
  • Monitor Professor
  • Department of Informatics Engineering - Faculty of Science and Technology - University of Coimbra
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Recent publications

  • Artificial Intelligence Gamified AAL Solution

    • Pinto M
    • Pereira M
    • Raposo D
    • et al.
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  • GameAAL - an AAL solution based on Gamification and Machine Learning Techniques

    • Pinto M
    • Pereira M
    • Raposo D
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Professional experience

Monitor Professor

Department of Informatics Engineering - Faculty of Science and Technology - University of Coimbra

September 2010 - Present

Researcher

IBILI - Institute of Biomedical Research in Light and Image

September 2010 - Present

Researcher

Instituto Superior Técnico

November 2009 - July 2010(8 months)

Software Developer

WIT

February 2008 - November 2009(2 years)

Education

MSc

Department of Informatics Engineering - Faculty of Science and Technology - University of Coimbra

September 2009 - July 2011(2 years)

BSc

Department of Informatics Engineering - Faculty of Science and Technology - University of Coimbra

September 2006 - July 2009(3 years)

About

Marco Simões is a PhD student in Informatics Engineering at the University of Coimbra, where he conclued his MSc in 2011. In 2010, he did research in Multi-Objective Operational Optimization, for a project conducted by the Centro de Estudos e Gestão of Instituto Superior Técnico (CEG-IST) of Lisbon and the Centre for Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra (CISUC). Recently he is working in Institute of Biomedical Research in Light and Image (IBILI) with aplications of Virtual Reality and Brain-Computer Interfaces in detection and rehabilitation of visual and neurological diseases like Ambliopya and Autism.

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