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     Date Submitted:24-01-2013
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     Current job:Ph.D. in Geophysical Sciences and Geoinformation
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsDigital image processing, Topography and Geodesy, Interferometry Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR), Software development, GeoComputing, Spatial analysis and modeling. Geographic Information Systems, Navigation and Traffic Control, Support for resource mana
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    "The best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do good work today." - Elbert Hubbard

     

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    Date of birth        26.12.1978 (Caldas da Rainha)

    Nationality  Portuguese

    Gender                 Male

    License Driving    B

     

    Education

     

    2008-2013   Ph.D. in Geophysical Sciences and Geoinformation, Department of Geographical Engineering, Geophysics and Energy of the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon, Portugal.

    Dissertation: Mitigation of atmospheric efects on SAR Interferometry (ISCED 6)

     

    2001-2006   Degree in Geographical Engineering, Department of Geographical Engineering, Geophysics and Energy of the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon, Portugal.

    Domain of specialization: Cartography and Geodesy (ISCED 5)

     

    1998-2001  Computer Science Professional Course, Institute of Our Lady of the Incarnation, Benedita, Portugal (ISCED 4)

     

    Experience

    Working

     

    2007-2008  Research Trainee, Institute Dom Luiz (LATTEX/IDL) of the University of Lisbon, Portugal.Elaboration of a conceptual data model for a geographical information system and software and development.

    2006-2007  Research Trainee, National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC). Concrete Dams Department at the Applied Geodesy Division, Lisbon, Portugal.

    Software development: enhancement of the programs applied to the determination of displacements from geodetic observations. Participation in research projects: applications of geodetic methods to the monitoring of large civil engineering structures.

     

    Present research interests

     

    Monitoring deformations of civil engineering structures (bridges, dams, highways and railways) using 
    geodetic techniques and Satellite remote sensing methods.
    Digital image processing, Topography and Geodesy, Interferometry Synthetic Aperture Radar 
    (InSAR), Software development, GeoComputing, Spatial analysis and modeling. 
    Geographic Information Systems, Navigation and Traffic Control, Support for resource management 
    and planning (Agriculture, Geology, Environment and Forests).

     

    Computer Skills

    Languages   VB, C, C++, C#, Fortran, Julia, Ruby, Perl, PHP, Bash, Python, C-shell, LATEX A

    Platforms      Linux and Windows

    Tools              Matlab, R, Octave, Maple, Surfer, OriginLab, Ofice suite, Microstation, GeoMedia, AutoCAD, ArcGIS, Intergraph SmartSketch, GAMIT/GLOBK, Bernese, NetBeans IDE, Eclipse IDE.

       

    Languages

    Self-assessment European level CEFR (C2 maximum evaluation)

     

    Understanding               Speaking                       Writing

    Listening Reading         Interaction Production

     

    Portuguese  Mother Tongue               C2               C2                  C2               C2               C2

    English        Intermediate                  C1               C1                  B2                B2               B2

     

    Publications and Communications

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, R. Tomé, J. Catalão, and P.M.A. Miranda. Experimental study on the atmospheric delay based on GPS, SAR interferometry and numerical weather model data. Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 51(1):6-11, 2013. doi:10.1109/TGRS.2012.2200901.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, and J. Catalão. Can spaceborne sar interferometry be used to study the temporal evolution of PWV?. Atmospheric Research, 119:70-80, 2013. doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2011.10.002.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, and J. Catalão. Using TerraSAR-X SAR interferometric data to derive maps of the atmospheric phase delay. In IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2012.

     

    J. Casaca,Mateus, P., and J. Coelho. Bayesian estimation in dam monitoring networks. Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, 5(2):185-190, 2011.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, R. Tomé, J. Catalão, and P.M.A. Miranda. Mitigation of atmospheric phase delay artefacts in interferometric SAR time series. In Proc. of 'Fringe 2011', 2011. ESA SP-697.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, R. Tomé, J. Catalão, and P.M.A. Miranda. Comparison of precipitable water vapor (PWV) maps derived by GPS, SAR interferometry, and numerical forecasting models. In Proceedings of SPIE, volume 7827(14), 2010. doi:10.1117/12.864733.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, and J. Catalão. Interpolating MERIS and GPS measurements of precipitable water vapour (PWV) to estimate atmospheric phase delay maps. In Proceedings of SPIE, volume 7827(13), 2010. doi:10.1117/12.864731.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, and J. Catalão. Mapping temporal evolution of water vapour in troposphere by interferometric SAR data. In Proceedings of SPIE, volume 7827(12), 2010. doi:10.1117/12.864727.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, R. Tomé, J. Catalão, and P.M.A. Miranda. On the tropospheric water vapour mapping: GPS, SAR interferometry and numerical forecasting models. In ESA Living Planet Symposium, 2010.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, and J. Catalão. Building a time series of water vapour maps: a first step towards assimilation of interferometric SAR data in forecasting model. Science 2010 - Meeting Science in Portugal. Centro de Congressos de Lisboa, Junqueira, 4th - 7th July, 2010.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, R. Tomé, J. Catalão, and P.M.A. Miranda. Study on the properties of the integrated precipitable water (IPW) maps derived by GPS, SAR interferometry and numerical forecasting models. InEGU General Assembly 2010, 2010.

     

    Mateus, P., G. Nico, R. Tomé, J. Catalão, and P.M.A. Miranda. Approaches to mitigate atmosphere artefacts in sar interferograms: GPS vs. WRF model. InProc. of 'Fringe 2009', 2009. ESA SP-677.

     

    M. J. Henriques,Mateus, P., P. Palma, and H. Cruz. Modelling the behaviour of a large span glulam beam of atlântico pavillion. In13th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement and Analysis, 4th IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering, 2008. National Laboratory for Civil Engineering, Portugal, 2008 May 12-15.

     

    J. Casaca,Mateus, P., and J. Coelho. Bayesian estimation in dam monitoring networks. In13th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement and Analysis, 4th IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering, 2008. National Laboratory for Civil Engineering, Portugal, 2008 May 12-15.

     

    Mateus, P.and M. J. Henriques. Testing: Uma aplicação para taqueómetros motorizados. InActas da V Conferência Nacional de Cartografia e Geodesia, 2007. Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil, 19 e 20 de Abril de 2007, pp. 257-264.

     

    M. J. Henriques, M. I. Costa,Mateus, P., and R. C. Santos. O efeito da orientação de alvos retro-refletores. In Actas da V Conferência Nacional de Cartografia e Geodesia, 2007. Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil, 19 e 20 de Abril de 2007, pp. 311-319.

     

    M. J. Henriques, Mateus, P., and M. I. Costa. O efeito da vibração atmosférica em grandezas medidas com um taqueómetro motorizado. In Actas da V Conferência Nacional de Cartografia e Geodesia, 2007. Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil, 19 e 20 de Abril de 2007, pp. 321-330.


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