The death of Professor Fernando Santana represents the disappearance of a larger academic figure, to whom we ow a crucial and always passionate contribution to the development and affirmation of our Faculty in recent decades, particularly as Director of the School between 2006 and 2018.
This is the result of 20 years of proven collaboration between internationally renowned institutes.
The achievement was highlighted in the Journal of Photonics for Energy magazine, with the article "Ce: Nd: YAG side-pumped solar laser", by Cláudia R. Vistas, Dawei Liang, Joana Almeida, Bruno D. Tibúrcio, Dário Garcia, Miguel Catela, Hugo Costa, Emmanuel Guillot.
João Ferreira and Rodrigo Valério, students of the Integrated Master in Computer Science at NOVA School of Science and Technology, were selected for the Gulbenkian New Talent in Artificial Intelligence 2020-2021 Scholarship Program.
"The Institute of Art and Technology is one of the priorities of NOVA's strategy for 2020-2030 and fulfills our mission: serving the country and society, locally and globally, through knowledge and innovation ”, says NOVA's Rector, João Sàágua
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On January 15th, the inauguration ceremony of the new governing bodies of the NOVA School of Science and Technology Students Association (AEFCT)) took place in an online format for the 2021 term.
APEEN 2021 aims to bring together renowned scientists, researchers, and business and social innovators, in an interdisciplinary context of sharing and discussing the most recent experiences, research results, and innovative ideas on the different topics within the Energy Transitions and Sustainability.
NOVA is one of the founding institutions of the Erasmus Program, with an active participation since 1987.
Scott Aaronson, professor, and researcher at the University of Texas, is the next guest of the 9th edition of the Distinguished Lecture Series, which will take place on January 26, at 3 pm, via zoom.
The use of the internet is progressively more globalized and present in all moments of daily life. With the pandemic, this digitization has increased more rapidly. Security is, therefore, a growing concern.
The prize, worth €1,500, aims to distinguish the best master's theses in the areas of information technology, telecommunications and media.