Nuno Pereira

Nuno Pereira holds a diploma (1993) and a MSc (2001) in Physics, from the University of Lisbon, Portugal. In 1996 he became an Assistant Professor at Polytechnic Institute of Beja, Portugal, and since 2001 he is an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, where he has been teaching courses in the fields of Mathematics, Physics and Physical Computing, for graduate courses, and also Astronomy and Renewable Energies to a MSc course for Pre-school and first cycle Teachers. Since 2017 he has been developing and implementing the Antarctica Research & Education Program, with focus on STEM education, and participated in two campaigns at the Bulgarian Antarctic Base, in Livingston (2018, 2019). Since 2018 he is a PhD candidate in Informatics Technologies at University of Extremadura, in the field of Hyperspectral Computing (HSI). He has publications and communications in the field of computational astrophysics, cryptography, renewable energies, applied mathematics, physical computing, and STEM education. His present research interests are: HSI remote sensing for Earth observation, Physical Computing, and STEM Education & Outreach.


Teaching and Learning Practices That Promote Sustainable Development and Active Citizenship
Sandra Saúde, Maria Albertina Raposo, Nuno Pereira, Ana Isabel Rodrigues. © 2021. 383 pages.
The profound changes that we are experiencing at the political, environmental, economic, social, and cultural levels of our “postmodern” society pose immense challenges to...