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SEAOX is an FCT (Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology) funded project that aims at using the properties of sound propagation in ocean water as a proxy of the amount of oxygen bubbles to monitor the photosynthetic production of marine plants. Unlike other methods that simply provide local oxygen measurements (water analysis, oxygen probes), acoustic based methods can offer integral information over a given area and a given time interval. This project is funded by FCT with a total amount of 197k Euro for three years. Starting date: November 1st, 2015. Partnership: CINTAL (Coordinator) and CCMAR. [more...].
SUB-ECO is funded by the Ministery of Defense (Portugal) and aims at reinforcing the
capabilities of national underwater surveillance using passive detection of illicit activities of both
surface and submerged ships off the coast of Portugal. This project is funded with a total amount
of 1.1M Euro for three years. Starting date: October 1st, 2015. Partnership: PT Navy IH (Coordinator),
Esquadron 601 (Air Force), CISMIL, MARSENSING and CINTAL.
People involved from CINTAL: S.M. Jesus [more...].
STRONGMAR is an H2020 EU project funded with 999k Meuro under the Twinning program for a duration of
three years. This projext aims at creating solid and productive links in the global field of marine
science and technology between INESC TEC and established leading research European institutions, capable
of enhancing its scientific and technological capacity and linked institutions, helping raising its
staff's research profile and its recognition as an European maritime research center of excellence.
Starting date: January 1st, 2016 (tentative).
Partnership: INESC-TEC (PT-Coordinator), Heriot-Watt University (UK), NATO Science Org. (BE),
University of Girona (ES), Univ. of Aberdeen UK) and CINTAL(PT).
People involved from CINTAL: S.M. Jesus, A. Silva, O Rodriguez and P. Felisberto [more...].
EMSO - European multidisciplinary Seafloor & water column
ObservatoryDEV is a H2020 project that catalyses the full implementation and operation
of the EMSO distributed Research Infrastructure, through the development, testing and deployment of
an EMSO Generic Instrument Module (EGIM). This module will ensure accurate, consistent, comparable,
regional scale, long-term measurements of ocean parameters, which are key to addressing urgent
societal and scientific challenges such as climate change, ocean ecosystem disturbance, and marine
hazards. Partnership: INGV (Coordinator-IT), IFREMER (FR), HCMR (GR), CSIC (GR), NERC (UK),
MI (IR), Uni. Bremen (GE), IPMA (Cintal as third party-PT), GeoEcoMar (RO), SLR (IR) and
People involved from CINTAL: Sérgio M. Jesus [more...].
The main objective of WiMUST is to use existing and develop new state of the art underwater
robotic technology for efficient geo-physical exploration of surficial sediment properties.
This project is funded by the EU under Horizon 2020 program, with 3.9 MEuro for 3 years.
Starting date: February 1st, 2015.
Partnership: UNIGE-ISME (Coordinator-IT), IST-ID (PT), UH (UK), Evologics (GE), Graal-Tech (IT),
CGG Services (FR), Geo-Marine (The Netherlands), Geosurveys (PT) and CINTAL (PT).
People involved from CINTAL: Sérgio M. Jesus. WiMUST project official page [...more]
See terminated projects for detailed information about past projects executed at SiPLAB.
Modular Platform for Research, Test and Validation of Technologies Supporting a Sustainable Blue Economy Technology (TEC4SEA)
The TEC4SEA research infrastructure is a unique and pioneer platform in Europe to support research, development, and test of marine robotics, telecommunications and sensing technologies for monitoring and operating in the ocean environment. TEC4SEA brings together a set of laboratories, testbeds, equipments and support facilities for experiments in controlled and real environments. Partnership: INESC-Porto (Coordinator-IT), CINTAL, LARSyS. People involved from CINTAL: A.J. Silva, S.M. Jesus.[...more]. Official web site www.tec4sea.com.
EMSO-PT is the Portuguese Research Infrastructure part of the large-scale EMSO - European Multidisciplinary Observation Network of fixed point, deep sea multidisciplinary observatories, with the scientific objective of real-time, long-term monitoring of environmental processes related to the interaction between the geosphere, biosphere and hydrosphere. It is a geographically distributed infrastructure to be located at key sites in EU waters, spanning the Arctic, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, up to the Black Sea. Partnership: IMAR (Coordinator), CCMAR, CINTAL, FFC, INESC, IPMA, ISEP, IST, UA, UE, UP, UAc. People involved from CINTAL: S.M. Jesus.[...more]. Official EMSO web site www.emso-eu.org.
* F. Zabel, C. Martins and A. Silva
``Design of a UAN node capable of high-data rate transmission'',
(abstract), Sea Technology,
pp.32-36, (pdf), March 2011.
*A. Silva, F. Zabel and C. Martins, ``Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy: a telemetry system that meets rapid environmental assessment requirements'', (abstract) Sea Technology, Vol. 47, No.9, pp.15 - 20, (pdf), September 2006.
*C. Soares, S.M. Jesus, A.J. Silva and E. Coelho, ``Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy testing during the Maritime Rapid Environmental Assessment 2003 sea trial'',(abstract in Proc. of ECUA'04, Delft, The Netherlands, (pdf), July 2004.
*S.M. Jesus, C. Soares, E. Coelho and P. Picco, ``An Experimental Demonstration of Blind Ocean Acoustic Tomography'', (abstract) JASA 119(3), pp. 1420-1431, (pdf), March 2006.
*P. Felisberto, C. Lopes and S.M. Jesus, "An autonomous system for ocean acoustic tomography", (abstract) Sea Technology, Vol. 45, No.4, pp. 17-23, (pdf) April 2004.