Universidade de Coimbra
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Mario J. F. Calvete is a researcher at the CQC (Coimbra Chemistry Centre). He received his PhD in Natural Sciences–Organic Chemistry in 2004, from Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen, Germany. In 2010 he was appointed as Auxiliary Researcher at University of Coimbra. His current research interests are tetrapyrrolic macrocycle design and other heterocyclic ligands and their uses in homogeneous/heterogeneous catalysis and theranostics.
Rodrigo A. Cunha is a Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Principal Investigator at the Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology of the University of Coimbra (CNC). He is part of the Steering Committee of the European Neuroscience Campus and the National representative of the Network of European Neuroscience Institutes. He heads the group ‘Purines at CNC’, focusing on caffeine neuroprotection and purinergic modulation; his group is constituted by 5 resident PhD researchers, 7 post-docs and 8 PhD students. He has published over 200 papers with an h factor of 50. He has trained over 25 PhD students and 15 post-doctoral fellows and attracted funds from American and European agencies and private companies.
I am PhD in Economics - Knowledge and Innovation, MSc in Regional Economics and graduate in Economics. My main research interests are innovation systems, knowledge networks, regional development, public policy and resilience. I am also interested in the discussion of Economics as a science and the economic crisis.
Teresa Gomes is Assistant Professor in telecommunications at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of Coimbra, Portugal, since 1998, with permanent appointment since 2003, and a researcher at the INESC Coimbra, a non-profit R&D institute. She obtained a M.Sc. in computer science (1989) and Ph.D. in electrical engineering - telecommunications and electronics (1998), all at the University of Coimbra. She is the author/co-author of more than 70 technical publications in international journals and conference proceedings and of one European Patent. She has been lead researcher or participant in several research and development projects (funded by grants provided either by national or by industry partners). Her main present interests are routing, protection, reliability analysis models and algorithms for communication networks.
Ana Marta Gonçalves completed her MSc and PhD degrees in Ecology in University of Coimbra (Portugal) in 2006 and 2011, respectively. Presently is post-doctoral researcher at MARE-UC and CESAM-UA. Her research interests lie in the frontier between Ecology and Toxicology. Her research interests relates to the ecotoxicological assessment of the impact of environmental and man-induced changes in aquatic organisms from different trophic levels, applying biomarkers tools as indicators of stress and early warning signals to detect the presence of stressors in aquatic ecosystems. The impact of global changes (individually and combined) at the nutritive value of preys and predators, and the impact of different diets in the nutritious value, relating it with food availability and preferences are research topics that AMG devotes special interest. AMG focus also her research in the ecology and dynamics of plankton communities and long time series, relating it with global changes such as extreme weather events. Part of her time is also dedicated to Environmental Education issues which have yielded several collaborations in projects with primary / secondary schools and the publication of book chapters in education.