ISUS participation in vocational and professional orientation week of Basic and Secondary School of Rio Tinto

The day may 16, 2017 the ISUS Group (Intelligent Sensing and Ubiquitous Systems @ FCT/UFP), Teachers Rui Silva Moreira, José Torres, Christophe Soares and Pedro Sobral, along with two of his Investigators Beatriz Gomes and André Ribeiro, in coordination with the teachers Isabel Almeida and Cristina Caldas da Basic and Secondary School of Rio Tinto, … Continue Reading

Participation in the engineering week of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the university Fernando Pessoa

The ISUS research group has marked an assiduous presence in the various editions of the engineering week events of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the Fernando Pessoa University, in particular in the activities of the day of computer engineering. In these events, there are several thematic topics relevant to this area of education … Continue Reading

Multidisciplinary Education Convention

The ISUS scientific research and dynamism group (@ FCT/UFP) participated in the multidisciplinary Education convention of the Last May 1, 2015. This participation sought to stimulate the interest of the participants. On the combination of technologies in the ubiquitous computing areas, Wireless sensor networks, mobile systems and the systems of Virtual Reality 3d. Several demonstrative … Continue Reading

European night of researchers- “Ciência a Moda do Porto”

The ISUS Research Group (@ FCT/UFP) participated in the European night of researchers – northern fashion science, which took place at the Rosa Mota Pavilion (aka Cristal Palace) on September 30, 2016. This event brought together dozens of researchers from different scientific areas of the northcom area, the mission of raising awareness of young people … Continue Reading

ISUS Workshop “Computer Networks Security”

On May 14 2014, the ISUS unit promoted a Workshop on the theme “Computer Networks Security” which intended to introduce and demonstrate the major vulnerabilities of current wireless encryption protocols (e.g. WEP and WPA) and secure communication protocols (e.g. HTTPS/SSL). These technologies are commonly used in private and public infrastructures and thus may compromise the … Continue Reading