Cristina Nobre Soares, consultant in the área of brand voice and storytelling
Date: March 6, Friday, 2020
Venue: room PA1, Mathematics Pavillion, IST, Lisbon
Communicating science outside the scientific world is not an easy task: the language used “between peers” is difficult to understand and the lack of a narrative thread can make the subjects uninteresting and too complicated. That is why the opportunity to send a message that is important to all of us gets easily lost, especially in an "era" of misinformation and "fake news". Com-municating science in a clear and accessible way can be the path that leads to a science for all.
This workshop is aimed at all the researchers and professors who need to communicate science to the general public. No registration is required.
With a degree in Forestry Engineering (from Instituto Superior de Agronomia), she taught cartography and remote sensing at the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, but ended up dedicating herself to the area of communication and language.
She worked for the company Português Claro, was a jury for the Access to Culture - Simple Language award in 2018. She is currently responsible for the “Comunicar Ciência Clara” course, which has had two editions at the Instituto Superior de Agronomia and has passed through institutions such as MARE - IPL and Montis. She also the author of the blog: “Estrada para Damasco”, dedicated to communicating science in a clear way. More Information..
Joel Rodrigues, Federal University of Piauí, Brazil
Date & time: Friday, March 20th, 9:30h
Location: Networks, Architectures and Protocols group Lab, IT, Informatics Department, University of Beira-Interior
This communication addresses a hot and updated topic focusing on Internet of Intelligent Things, considering their major challenges and issues in terms of research.It starts with an introduction to IoT and its typical application scenarios considering different verticals. Smart Cities will receive particular focus and their complexity and challenges. Relevant aspects considering opportunities for IoT will be addressed, considering promising verticals. Some projects will be presented such as examples of IoT solutions. The communication ends with new trends and issues on IoT, suggesting further research topics.
Joel Rodrigues is a professor at the Federal University of Piauí (UFPI), Brazil; a senior researcher at the Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT), Portugal; and collaborator of PPGETI, Federal university of Ceará, Brazil. His main research interests include Internet technologies, sensor networks, mobile and ubiquitous computing, vehicular communications, e-learning and e-health technologies, mobile and cloud computing. He has authored or co-authored over 850 scientific publications. He is Fellow of IEEE, ACM Senior Member, IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer, Past-Director for Conference Development - IEEE ComSoc Board of Governors, a Past-Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on eHealth, and a Past-Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Communications Software. Joel is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications (from IGI Global, USA). He is the Symposium Co-Chair leader of Several ICC/GLOBECOM conferences, among others. More Information..