On the night of September 29, 2023, we will be at NEI – Noite Europeia de Investigadores with ScientISST – Hacking Biosignals.
The acquisition, transformation, and interpretation of biosignals leverage several areas of knowledge, from electronics to digital signal processing and artificial intelligence, addressing questions of usability, comfort, and safety. With applications in diverse areas, such as health and well-being, fitness, and even security, a deep understanding and adequate use of biosignals is of extreme importance.
This activity aims to give you an overview of the “power” of biosignals and the incredible projects that the ScientISST hub at IT has been doing in this area, from heart sensors and smart socks to detecting pathologies and identifying emotions.
Come see them and get inspired on September 29th, at the East Gallery Corridor MUHNAC, in Lisbon!
Check the program (category: Technologies) for Lisbon below: More Information..
Tech Week – 4th Edition is just around the corner, taking place from October 2nd to 8th, offering a diverse range of activities throughout the city of Aveiro.
This event is organized by the Aveiro City Municipality in collaboration with other partners, including IT. The program encompasses workshops covering topics such as Autonomous Mobility, Technological Free Zones, National Test Beds Network, Cybersecurity for SMEs, and Artificial Intelligence. Additionally, there will be demonstrations, technology, and gaming-focused hackathons, and the Prisma/Art Light Tech festival, fusing art, culture, and exhilarating experiences.
IT plays a significant role in this event. The Network and Services group at the Aveiro campus will present a technological demonstration in the heart of the city, showcasing an autonomous mobility scenario by integrating IT's system into a Ceiia vehicle. This will take place on October 2nd during the official opening session and on October 3rd during the official visit to the Town Hall. On October 2nd, there will also be a workshop related to the ROUTE5 project on autonomous mobility as part of the PRR Agenda, featuring presentations of works and demonstrators at the Atlas building.
On October 4th, there's a workshop titled "Cities: Open Data and Cybersecurity," moderated by Susana Sargento, with a presentation of an Aveiro case study by our researcher, Pedro Rito. Additionally, we will have the "Technological Free Zones Workshop," the presentation of Aveiro's Free Technological Zone (ZLT), and the Aveiro Tech City Hackathon, assessed by Pedro Rito.
For full information, visit the Aveiro's Tech Week website: More Information..