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Oct 19
2015
Samuel Mascarenhas is INESC-ID's Best 2015 PhD Student!

INESC-ID PhD Student Award 2015 was given to Samuel Mascarenhas!

This award was appointed on Saturday at the Inesc-ID Annual Meeting.
Samuel received this award from Prof. Luís Rodrigues and Prof. Luís Miguel Silveira. 
Congratulations
Samuel!

Samuel Best PhD Student

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Oct 19
2015
EMOTE project at ICT 2015

The EMOTE project was one of the selected EU projects to be in exhibition at ICT 2015!

Our GAIPS team was there presenting one of the EMOTE scenarios to EU Comissioner Günther Oettinger, Pedro Cabrita Carneiro vice-president of FCT, and Carlos Manuel Castro from the Lisbon City Hall (CML).

ICT is the main european event on digital technology and is organized by the European Comission. This year it's happening in Lisbon, and holds an exhibition that is open to the general public, so that everyone can see how research can impact people's lives.

The exhibition is located at Terreiro do Paço (Praça do Comércio) and runs until October 22nd.

GAIPS team representing the EMOTE project at ICT 2015

 

 

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Jul 6
2015
Publications at CIG'2015

We had 3 papers accepted at 2015 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and GamesTwo related to Geometry Friends Game AI Competition and one to project EMOTE.

 

 

 

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Jun 22
2015
INSIDE project featured in news article

INSIDE project, led by GAIPS, was recently featured in a news article at EXAME INFORMÁTICA. You can check the article here (in Portuguese).

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Apr 17
2015
EMOTE in school for 2 months

Nao, the empathic robotic-tutor developed by the EMOTE project, is in school for two months to teach about sustainable development.

 

 

Students from the Quinta do Marquês School have been learning about geography topics with the empathic robotic-tutor.

The robot helps them discover how a sustainable city can be developed, and how challenging this process can be.

Long-term studies in real world environments are such an amazing experience!

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