Earth Dynamics

This group integrates researchers from distinct areas who share common scientific goals: geologists, physicists, and mathematicians interested in studying and understanding:

  • Geodynamic processes occurring inside and at the surface of the Earth;
  • The evolution of the Earth’s interior and surface;
  • The links between the solid Earth, the hydrosphere and the atmosphere;
  • Natural and anthropic hazards and risks;
  • The History of Geosciences, with special attention to the fields of Museology and conservation of scientific and didactic collections.
 

Solar System Science

The missions of the Solar System Science Research Group are:

  • To study the Sun-Eath interactions.
  • To contribute for the knowledge of telluric planets and satellites, from a geological and geophysical point of view.
  • To build, store, and disseminate databases on those bodies.
  • To develop new methods and techniques for the analysis, classification, and interpretation of remote sensing data.
  • To create synergies with the other groups in order to apply their research to Planetary Geosciences and, conversely, to apply to Earth planetary geoscientific methods and techniques.
  • To support the graduate studies of young planetary geoscientists.
 

The Teams

Earth Dynamics

This group integrates researchers from distinct areas who share common scientific goals: geologists, physicists, and mathematicians interested in studying and understanding:

  • Geodynamic processes occurring inside and at the surface of the Earth;
  • The evolution of the Earth’s interior and surface;
  • The links between the solid Earth, the hydrosphere and the atmosphere;
  • Natural and anthropic hazards and risks;
  • The History of Geosciences, with special attention to the fields of Museology and conservation of scientific and didactic collections.
 

Solar System Science

The missions of the Solar System Science Research Group are:

  • To study the Sun-Eath interactions.
  • To contribute for the knowledge of telluric planets and satellites, from a geological and geophysical point of view.
  • To build, store, and disseminate databases on those bodies.
  • To develop new methods and techniques for the analysis, classification, and interpretation of remote sensing data.
  • To create synergies with the other groups in order to apply their research to Planetary Geosciences and, conversely, to apply to Earth planetary geoscientific methods and techniques.
  • To support the graduate studies of young planetary geoscientists.
 

The Teams

CITEUC Coordinator

João Manuel de Morais Barros Fernandes

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  João Manuel de Morais Barros Fernandes, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Coimbra (UC) since 1999. Graduated in Physics / Applied Mathematics (specialization in Astronomy), University Porto (1991), a PhD in Astrophysics and Space Techniques, University of Paris VII (1996) and habilitation in Physics, University of Coimbra (2014). His areas of research are the formation and evolution of stars, solar physics and the history of astronomy in Portugal. He has published about 80 research papers in international journals and proceedings of scientific conferences. Has been active on the divulgation of science (mainly giving lectures in schools) and was the single point of national contact for the International Year of Astronomy 2009, by appointment of the International Astronomical Union. Received the "Faces of the Future" distinction of "Vision" magazine in 2013. Currently is deputy director of the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra, responsible for the Astronomical and Geophysical Observatory of the UC (since 2013) and coordinator of the Center of Geophysics of the UC (since 2013). More information in http://www.mat.uc.pt/~jmfernan .

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Earth Dynamics Team

Coordinator
Fernando Carlos da Silva Coelho Lopes

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PhD in Geological Engineering, Applied Geophysics, University of Coimbra (2002), MSc) in Geophysical Sciences, University of Lisboa (1993) and BSc in Geology, University of Coimbra (1989). He is Assistent professor at the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Coimbra (DCT). His main areas of research include Tectonophysics, Seismic Stratigraphy, Salton Tectonics, Geological Hazards and History of Geosciences. He has several papers published in indexed journals and procedures of scientific meetings. He has co-supervised several master's and doctoral theses. He has participated in several research projects involving Portuguese, Spanish, French, Brazilian and Argentinean teams.

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The Team    

Alcides José Sousa Castilho Pereira

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Amélia Maria de Carvalho Dill

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Ana Isabel Albuquerque Soares Saraiva de Andrade

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Ana Isabel Andrade is Researcher at the Centre for Earth and Space Research of the University of Coimbra (Portugal). Graduated in Geology and PhD in Geologic Engineering (Hydrogeology and Water Resources) by the University of Coimbra. Her main scientific areas of research include Hydrogeology, Hydrogeochemistry and contamination and Morphometry of drainage networks in Titan. She is co-author of several papers and presentations about those issues.

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Ana Isabel Mendes Morais Gomes

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Graduated in Geology (scientific branch) by the University of Coimbra, obtained the master's degree in Volcanology and Geological Risks in 2004 and obtained her doctorate in Geology (specialty of Volcanology) in 2013, by the University of the Azores. Was part of several regional, national and international projects related to the assessment of geological risks and geophysical monitoring of active volcanic devices. Currently his main areas of research are the analysis of seismic data, stratigraphy, history of science, geological risk assessment and dissemination of science. Is the author and co-author of several scientific articles published in international and national journals of the specialty, technical-scientific reports.

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Ana Isabel Simões Rola

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Ana Isabel Simões Rola is a Biology and Geology teacher, since 1999. She holds a MSC in Geosciences (specialization in Natural Sciences Teaching) and a PhD in Geology (specialization in History and Methodology of Geological Sciences), at the University of Coimbra. She has published several papers in scientific journals and conferences.

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Ana Maria Ribeiro Malho Rodrigues Lourenço

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Ana Maria Ribeiro Malho Rodrigues Lourenço is researcher at CITEUC. She received the PhD degree with the thesis "Soil characterization between Coimbra and Montemor-o-Velho, central Portugal. A study of environmental magnetism.", at the University of Coimbra in 2013. The focus of her research is on environmental magnetism and supporting the development of the Tectonophysics laboratory at CITEUC. She is co-author of several papers and presentations including articles in scientific magazines and conference proceedings. Present research interests: climate change, space weather, influence of solar activity on the earth climate, history of Science.

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  Anabela Martins Ramos

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Anabela M. Ramos started working on geomorphology of the coastal and river areas, geomorphologic mapping, sedimentology, stratigraphy, and tectonics in 2000 during the MSc dissertation (University of Coimbra) about the river terrace in the mouth of the Mondego river (Figueira da Foz – Central Portugal). This method was also followed in the doctoral thesis (University of Coimbra - concluded in 2009). It handled the generating mechanisms and the terrace types, as well as the controls that dictated the formation of these terraces (glacio-eustatic model, with tectonic control). Contacted closely with dating methodologies (OSL-Optically Stimulated Luminescence e TL- Thermoluminescence). Since 2010 has been developing studies about land planning; natural risks cartography, natural resources evaluation, and geoheritage. It was successfully applied the qualitative and quantitative methods to build cartography of susceptibility to natural dangerous processes (landslides, flooding, earthquakes and coastal erosion) at a regional scale.

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Anna Morozova

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She concluded the PhD degree with the thesis "Modelling of the lower atmosphere disturbance associated with solar activity variations", Department of Earth's Physics, Faculty of Physics, St. Petersburg State University, Russia, in 1999. Her main scientific areas of research include Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Solar physics, Atmosphere physics, Statistical data analysis and data homogenization. Present research interest:  Influence of the solar activity on the weather and climate, cycles of the solar activity, cosmic rays particles, climate models, climate variability, statistical analysis, homogenization of the geophysical and atmospheric data series, space weather.

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  Carlos João Peixoto Cardoso de Oliveira Gomes

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Estefânia Francisco Ramos Pires

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Estefânia Francisco Ramos Pires is a teacher of basic and secondary education, group of Biology and Geology. She is PhD in Geology, Geological Resources and Environment and MSC in Geosciences (specialization: Natural Sciences Teaching [Earth Sciences]), Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra. She has published several papers in conferences and specialty magazines in Education. Is responsible for the orientation and participation of students in different projects in the scope of Education in Geosciences. Received 3 awards and/or honors.

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Gabriel de Alemar Barberes

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Gina Maria Pereira Correia

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Gina P. Correia is a Biology and Geology teacher at middle and high school. She holds a MSC in Environmental Education (2006) and a PhD in Geology (specialization in History and Methodology of Geological Sciences) (2014), at the University of Coimbra. Her research focuses on the science education and the history of science, topics on which she has several publications in scientific meetings and in national and international journals.

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João Miguel Rosa Domingos

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José Manuel Martins de Azevedo

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José Manuel Martins de Azevedo is Assistant Professor at the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Coimbra since 1999 and he is the Scientific Coordinator of Geosciences M.Sc. of the University of Coimbra. He obtained a PhD in eological Engineering (Hydrogeology and Water Resources) by the University of Coimbra, in the year of 1999, and MSc in geology from the same university, in 1988. He has participated and also coordinated several research projects in the domain of groundwater resources domain. Also, he has been developed a great work in what concern the supervision of 21 post-graduate students (18 master; 2 doctoral; 1 post-doctoral). He has published about 68 scientific publications and he is the author and co-author of 36 scientific and technical reports for none-university institution.

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Luís José Proença de Figueiredo Neves

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Luis Neves is full Professor of the Department of Earth Sciences of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra. With a Ph.D. in Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry (1991), he has been developing research in igneous rocks with the help of mathematical tools and GIS. Actual research interests comprise natural hazards, namely natural radioactivity and exposure to radon gas.

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Maria Alexandra Albuquerque Faria Pais

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Maria Alexandra Pais graduated in Physics from the University of Coimbra (1988). She obtained a MSc from the University of Lisbon (1993) and a PhD from the Institut de Physique du Globe (1999), in Internal Geophysics. She started her career as a Lecturer at the University of Coimbra (1988) and is presently an Assistant Professor there, having lectured courses as Thermodynamics, Transport Processes, Electromagnetism, Fluid Dynamics and Magnetohydrodynamics.

Her main research has been in the field of geomagnetism, i.e., the study of the source mechanism and time variations of the main magnetic field of the Earth, but also its coupling with the near-Earth space environment. She is expert in the inversion of geomagnetic field models for Earth core flows, Earth fluid core dynamics and mathematical methods for geomagnetic data analysis and has been involved in studies relating geomagnetism to space weather.

She authored or co-authored more than 50 scientific publications, from which 30 in peer-reviewed journals, co-supervised 3 PhD thesis and supervised a number of MSc thesis and scientific research grants. She has been reviewer of manuscripts for several international scientific journals and member of evaluation panels for scientific projects and research grants. She was PI of 2 FCT projects and several bilateral agreements with French research institutions. She is the national representative for IAGA (International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy) since 2015.

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Maria Aparecida de Moura Amorim Sousa

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Maria Jose Neves Chorro

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Maria José Neves Chorro is a Phd Student in Metereology/Climatology in Universit of Coimbra. Her primary interest is climate. Is now studying Climate Variability at Different Spatial-Time Scales. She completed his master's degree in Applied Physics at the University of Aveiro.

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Marta Sofia Neves Reis

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Matilde Lopes de Oliveira Azenha

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Paulo Ribeiro

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He has a degree in Geological Engineering from the University of Aveiro (1993) and Master in Dynamic Geology (with specialization in Geodynamics), University of Lisbon (1998). He is currently senior technician (area of ​​Atmospheric Physics and Geophysics) at the Geophysical and Astronomical Observatory of the University of Coimbra (OGAUC); with responsibilities in the operation, maintenance and modernization of their magnetic and meteorological observatories. Has developed further studies at the Research Centre of the Earth and Space of the University of Coimbra (CITEUC) in the areas of: (1) Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (with emphasis on the study of the issues and methods of geomagnetic observation, and in identifying and interpreting changes in spatio-temporal properties of the geomagnetic field, as well as the processes of interaction Sun-Earth and Space Weather); (2) Paleomagnetism and Magnetism of Rocks (with special attention to the processes of acquisition and re-magnetization, and its implications in tectonics and geodynamics studies of Iberia); (3) History of Science (with particular interest in the historical development of geophysics in Portugal).

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Pedro Miguel Callapez Tonicher

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He Is member of the F.C.T.U.C. Earth Sciences Department since November of 1988 and Assistant Teacher since July of 1998, after finishing a PhD on the Upper Cretaceous of Portugal. Since 2002 is member of the Italian and Spanish Societies of Malacology and still researching on modern and Pleistocene mollusks. From 2004 to 2010 was the last coordinator of the Museum of Mineralogy and Geology of the University of Coimbra, a museological structure that is presently in course of modernization as part of the whole Museum of Science. Since 2008 is member of the international scientific committee charged of the exhibition planning of the new Museum of Science of the University of Coimbra. Is also a member of the new scientific teem for the curation of the collections. He is member of the CGUC since early 2008, and was Coordinator of this Unit of I&D from 2009 to June of 2010.His main research areas are the Stratigraphy and invertebrate Palaeontology of the Upper Cretaceous, with emphasis on mollusc systematics, palaeoecology and palaeoclimatology. He is also an active researcher on Zooarchaeology and Pleistocene marine and land molluscan assemblages.  At the same time he develops work on the history of Geology and Paleontology, both teaching, early field work and researches, and historic museology.

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Vanda Arlete Faria dos Santos

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Vanda Faria dos Santos is a scientific researcher at the National Natural History Museum of Lisbon University since 2004. She obtained her European Ph.D. with the thesis "Pistas de dinossáurio no Jurássico-Cretácico de Portugal. Considerações paleobiológicas e paleoecológicas" at the University Autonoma of Madrid. She is an author and co-author in more than 100 papers, which were published in scientific journals, books and proceedings of national and international conferences. Her main scientific area of research is Vertebrate Palaeontology (Dinosaurs from Portugal) and Palaeoichnology. Other scientific areas of her interest include scientific spreading actions related to Geology, Palaeontology in general and vertebrate palaeobiolgy as well as activities regarding protection of natural heritage.

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Vasco Manuel Jorge Soares Mantas

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Solar System Science Team

Coordinator
Nuno Peixinho
 

Nuno Peixinho is Science and Technology Manager at the Geophysical and Astronomical Observatory of the University of Coimbra and Invited Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of Coimbra, affiliated with the CITEUC - Center for Earth and Space Science Reseach of the University of Coimbra (Portugal) and with the UAUA - Unidad de Astronomía de la Universidade de Antofagasta (Chile), since 2015. He is PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics by the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon (Portugal), in 2005, in a shared thesis between the Observatoire de Paris (France), supervised by Dr. Alain Doressoundiram and Dr. Antonella Barucci, and the Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Lisbon (Portugal), supervised by Dr. Maarten Roos-Serote. Field of Research: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Planetary Sciences, Minor bodies of the Solar System: Kuiper Belt, Trans-Neptunian Objects, Centaurs, Comets, Asteroids, NEOs, and other families, Statistical Methods, Light Pollution, Education and Public Outreach: both with and without Planetariums.

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The Team    

 

Adriana Garcia

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She has a degree in Physics, scientific line, in Coimbra University, 1976, and a pedagogical training post, 1977. Since 1979 she is superior technician in OAUC. From 1985-1992 she was responsable for the management of the Astronomical Observatory and from 1995-1998 teacher of Astronomy ( Geographic Engineering) at the FCTUC. She spent some training periods in Meudon (France), GSFC (USA), Ondrejov (Czech Rep.), participating and collaborating in various works and publications. She receive every years students of different levels to visit the spetroheliograph. She has the responsibility in the operation, maintenance and modernization (digital method ) of the spetroheliograph with solar observations every day.

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Carlos Henrique de Moura Rodrigues Martins

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Carlos Moura Martins is Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Coimbra (UC), where he has taught since 1999. Graduated in Architecture in the Faculty of Architecture of the University Porto (1986), he holds a PhD in Architecture from the University of Coimbra with a thesis on public works in Portugal in late eighteenth century, awarded with the Pina Manique International Research Prize (Academia Portuguesa da História). He is author of the book Os projectos para o porto de São Martinho e campos de Alfeizerão, 1774-1800 (Coimbra: Edarq, 2018) and of the book chapter “A aplicação da ciência à política do território na transição do século XVIII para o século XIX” (Coimbra: Coimbra University Press, 2017). His main research interests are the technical and scientific activity and teaching and research institutions of the Enlightenment.

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David Alegre Vaz

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Research

Postdoctoral researcher at CITEUC and CERENA.

I am currently developing new tools to assist in the analysis of several types of geomorphological structures using remote sensing data of planetary surfaces.

These tools enable for instance the study of past tectonic and erosive processes on Mars, as well as the analysis of present day aeolian activity at the surface of the planet.

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Eduardo Ivo Cruzes do Paço Ribeiro Alves

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E.I. Alves was director of the Coimbra Geophysical Institute between 2001 and 2012. He was the founder of the Coimbra Centre for Geophysics in 2002, where he was also leader of the Solar System Sciences research group. He is Professor of Geophysics in the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Coimbra.

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Eurico Covas

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Fernando José Bandeira de Figueiredo

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https://coimbra.academia.edu/fernandobfigueiredo

Fernando B. Figueiredo (b. 1970) has a degree in Physics and Applied Mathematics from Porto University and an MSc in History and Philosophy of Science from Nova University of Lisbon. He got his PhD from Coimbra University with a thesis on the scientific work of José Monteiro da Rocha (1734-1819) on the Faculty of Mathematics and at the Astronomical Observatory of Coimbra University, between 1772 and 1820.

Currently he is post-doc research at the Department of Mathematics/Astronomical Observatory of the University of Coimbra and at the Centre François Viète, epistemology, history of science and techniques, at Nantes University (France).

His research interests are History of Science and History of Education, particularly in the fields of astronomy and mathematics. Currently, he is researching the history of astronomy and the teaching of mathematics and astronomy at the Faculty of Mathematics and at the Astronomical Observatory of the Coimbra University (OAUC),in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century. He is trying to understand the extent to which the major advances in celestial mechanics were assimilated and incorporated into the astronomical activity of the OAUCand on its paradigmatic astronomical ephemeris.

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Fernando Jorge Gutiérrez Pinheiro

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Fernando J. G. Pinheiro is a postdoctoral researcher at CITEUC since 2012. He obtained his PhD in Astronomy from Universidade do Porto in 2006. Since then, he has carried out research activity at several research institutions: CAUP, U.C.'s Center for Computational Physics and the Paris Observatory's LESIA laboratory. His fields of expertise include stellar structure and evolution, stellar variability and space weather (actively contributing to CITEUC's SPINLab project). He is a member of the Portuguese Astronomical Society, frequently participating in UC's science popularisation activities, including OGAUC's observation nights and regular outreach articles in the local press.

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Gesoaldo Maia Oliveira

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João Manuel de Morais Barros Fernandes

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João Manuel de Morais Barros Fernandes, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Coimbra (UC) since 1999. Graduated in Physics / Applied Mathematics (specialization in Astronomy), University Porto (1991), a PhD in Astrophysics and Space Techniques, University of Paris VII (1996) and habilitation in Physics, University of Coimbra (2014). His areas of research are the formation and evolution of stars, solar physics and the history of astronomy in Portugal. He has published about 80 research papers in international journals and proceedings of scientific conferences. Has been active on the divulgation of science (mainly giving lectures in schools) and was the single point of national contact for the International Year of Astronomy 2009, by appointment of the International Astronomical Union. Received the "Faces of the Future" distinction of "Vision" magazine in 2013. Currently is deputy director of the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra, responsible for the Astronomical and Geophysical Observatory of the UC (since 2013) and coordinator of the Center of Geophysics of the UC (since 2013). More information in http://www.mat.uc.pt/~jmfernan .

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Manuel Salgueiro

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Maria Teresa de Abrunhosa Barata

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Teresa Barata obtained an MSc with a thesis on image analysis in 1993, and a PhD in Engineering Sciences in 2001, both at IST - Technical University of Lisbon. She carried out two Post-Docs at the University of Granada and IST, both in in the domains of image analysis and mathematical morphology applied to the detection of structures in planetary surfaces Presently, she is applying these methods to images of the surface of the Sun in a Space Weather perspective, with the aim of automatically detect phenomena of the solar activity such as sunspots, flares, coronal mass ejection (CME) and filaments. She is also responsible for the SPINLab (Space-Planetary Interactions Monitoring and Forecasting Laboratory, a Laboratory dedicated to the interactions between Space and Earth at CITEUC. Teresa Barata was the Coordinator of CGUC (ex-CITEUC) for 3 years (2010-2013), In 2012-2013 she was an Invited Assistant Professor at the University of Coimbra. Currently, she is a researcher at CITEUC and Member of the Direction Board. In 2017, she was appointed as the International Space Weather Initiative (ISWI) National Coordinator for Portugal based on the recommendations from Portugal and European solar scientists, by the Executive Director of ISWI.

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Raul Lima

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Raul Cerveira PS Lima (b. 1969) is an Adjunct Professor at the School of Health of the Polytechnic of Porto (ESS | PPorto). He is also affiliated researcher with CITEUC. Graduated in Physics/Applied Mathematics (Astronomy) by the University of Porto (UP), MSc in Biomedical Engineering (Signal and Image Processing) by the UP, and PhD in Physical Engineering with a thesis on Light Pollution (physical modelling of artificial light in the atmosphere and of skyglow), his current research area. Present or former member of national and international interdisciplinary research groups (LoNNe - Loss of the Night Network [COST Action ES1204], Photonics4Life - University of Santiago de Compostela, REECL - Red Española de Estudios en Contaminación Lumínica, amongst others). Former president of FAPAS – Portuguese Foundation for the Wild Animals Protection and co-founder and editor of the quarterly magazine Tribuna da Natureza (Nature’s Tribune), property of FAPAS. Coordinates the Portuguese and Galician’ LPI (Light Pollution Initiative) ELP – Education on Light Pollution, promoted by the H2020 Project Stars4All. Founding member of the Portuguese-Galician Forum Calidade da Noite (Quality of the Night).

ELP - Education on Light Pollution

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Rosa Doran

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Teresa Monteiro Seixas

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