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     Date Submitted:24-11-2014
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     KeywordsRemote Sensing, Earth Observation, Atmospheric corrections, Satellite data, University Teaching
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

     

    Jan 10–Present

    Researcher

    Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research (CIIMAR), Porto (Portugal)
    www.ciimar.up.pt

    Remote Sensing scientist of the Coastal and Ocean Dynamics group, developing work on satellite radar altimetry;

    Safety Officer for scientific scuba diving activities (2012-2014); development of project for future implementation of scientific diving facilities.

     

    Dec 06–Present

    (on leave since September 2014)

    Assistant Professor (Physics)

    Polytechnic Institute of Porto - School of Engineering (ISEP), Porto (Portugal)
    www.isep.ipp.pt (on leave since September 2014)

    Courses/subjects taught: experimental/applied physics (classical mechanics), electricity and electromagnetism, complements of physics (mechanical waves, sound and acoustics, heat transfer, geometrical optics), solids mechanics.

    Design of syllabus and planning of courses; leadership of small teams of teaching assistants; teaching of theoretical, practical and laboratory classes.

     

    Mar 06–Dec 09

    Researcher

    Geo-Space Sciences Research Centre (CICGE), Porto (Portugal)

    Remote sensing scientist of the group Sea Level Change and Ocean Circulation Studies from Satellite Altimetry and Multi Sensor Data, developing work on atmospheric corrections for Earth-Observation satellite data.

     

    Oct 96–Dec 06

    Teaching Assistant (Physics)

    Polytechnic Institute of Porto - School of Engineering (ISEP), Porto (Portugal)

    Courses/subjects taught: experimental physics (classical mechanics), electricity and electromagnetism, thermodynamics. Teaching of practical and/or laboratory classes.

     

    School of Allied Health Sciences (ESTESP), Porto (Portugal)

    Undergraduate courses/subjects taught: applied physics (classical mechanics, electricity and electromagnetism), biophysics, nuclear and radiation physics. Design of syllabus and teaching of theoretical and practical classes.

     

    Apr 96–Oct 97

    Secondary education teaching professional

    Portuguese Ministry of Education, Porto (Portugal)

    Part-time teacher: physics and chemistry.

     

    Feb 94–Jun 95

    Junior collaborator of the outreach programme "Astronomy in Schools"

    Centre for Astrophysics of the University of Porto, Porto (Portugal)

    Science communication activities: planetarium sessions to young audiences.

     

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

     

    May 02–Mar 06

    PhD, Survey Engineering

     

    University of Porto, Faculty of Science, Porto (Portugal)

    Dissertation: "Atmospheric correction algorithms for practical implementation on multispectral satellite images", focussed on both land and ocean observation (visible and near-infrared data).

     

    Oct 97–Feb 00

    MSc, Environmental Engineering

     

    University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering, Porto (Portugal)

    Environmental chemistry, volatile organic compounds, soil remediation, modelling.

     

    Oct 90–Jan 96

    Licentiate Degree, Physics and Applied Mathematics (Astronomy)

     

    University of Porto, Faculty of Science, Porto (Portugal)

     

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    Portuguese

     

     

    Other language(s)

    UNDERSTANDING

    SPEAKING

    WRITING

    Listening

    Reading

    Spoken interaction

    Spoken production

     

    English

    C2

    C2

    C2

    C2

    C2

     

    Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) C2

    French

    B2

    C1

    B2

    B2

    B1

    Spanish

    B2

    C1

    B1

    A2

    A1

    German

    B2

    B2

    B2

    B2

    B2

     

    Levels: A1/A2: Basic user - B1/B2: Independent user - C1/C2: Proficient user

    Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

     

    Communication skills

    Very good communication skills resulting from a long experience as a teacher and from presentations and discussions at international conferences and meetings; team work within the frame of national and international scientific projects; publication of scientific papers and project reports.

     

    Organisational / managerial skills

    ESA Proposal writing and administration; small-team-leading skills as a higher-education lecturer; chair of local organising committee of international scientific workshop; scuba diving management and supervision.

     

    Computer skills

    OS Windows / Mac; Office tools; Image processing software. Languages: Fortran, C.

     

    Other skills

    Scuba diving leader: PADI Divemaster #303620; Diving specialties: deep diving, underwater navigation, peak performance buoyancy, enriched air (NitrOx) diving; DAN DSL research operator and technician.

    Emergency first responder: EFR #1406EM0373

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

     

     

    International Projects (co-investigator)

    CNES/ISRO "Characterization of the subtropical Atlantic from the synergistic use of satellite altimetry and remote sensing data (AtlantiKa)", 2013-2014

    ESA "Sea Level Climate Change Initiative (CCI)", 2011 to 2014

    ESA "CryoSat Plus for Oceans (CP4O) - Scientific applications of Cryosat-2 LRM, SAR and SARIN data in the ocean domain", 2012-2014

    ESA "Development of Radar Altimetry data processing in the oceanic coastal zone (COASTALT)", 2008-2011

     

    Publications (peer-reviewed book chapters)

    Fernandes, M.J., Scharroo, R., Bos, M., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L. (2013), Range and Geophysical Corrections for inland water altimetry, In: J. Benveniste, S. Vignudelli and A. Kostianoy (Eds.) Inland Water Altimetry, Springer, ISBN978-3-642-22678-6 (in press)

    Vignudelli, S., Cipollini, P., Gommenginger, C., Gleason, S., Snaith, H., Coelho, H., Fernandes, J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Gómez-Enri, J., Martin-Puig, C., Woodworth, P., Dinardo, S., and Benveniste, J. (2011), Satellite Altimetry: Sailing Closer to the Coast, pp 217-238, in D.L. Tang (ed.), Remote Sensing of the Changing Oceans, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2011, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16541-2_11

    Obligis, E., Desportes, C., Eymard, L., Fernandes, J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A. (2011), Tropospheric corrections for coastal altimetry. In: Vignudelli S, Kostianoy A, Cipollini P, Benveniste J (eds) Coastal Altimetry. Springer, Heidelberg, 560 pp. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-12796-0_6

     

    Publications (peer-reviewed articles)

    Fernandes MJ, Lázaro C, Nunes AL, Scharroo R (2014): Atmospheric Corrections for Altimetry Studies over Inland Water. Remote Sensing 6 (6): 4952-4997, doi:10.3390/rs6064952

    Fernandes MJ, Nunes AL, Lázaro C (2013): Analysis and inter-calibration of wet path delay datasets to compute the wet tropospheric correction for CryoSat-2 over ocean. Remote Sens., 5 (10): 4977-5005, doi:10.3390/rs5104977

    Fernandes, M.J., Pires, N., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L. (2013): Tropospheric Delays from GNSS for Application in Coastal Altimetry. Advances in Space Research, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2012.04.025

    Fernandes M. J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A. L., Pires, N., Bastos, L., Mendes, V. B. (2010), GNSS-derived Path Delay: an approach to compute the wet tropospheric correction for coastal altimetry, IEEE Geosci. Rem. Sens Lett., doi:10.1109/LGRS.2010.2042425

    Nunes, A. L., Marçal, A. R. S., Vaughan, R. A. (2008), Fast over-land atmospheric correction of visible and near-infrared satellite images, International Journal of Remote Sensing, doi:10.1080/01431160701592445

     

    Publications (proceedings of international conferences)

    Fernandes M.J., Nunes A.L., Lázaro, C. (2013): Analysis and inter-calibration of wet path delay datasets to compute the wet tropospheric correction for CryoSat-2 over ocean. Proceedings 3rd CryoSat-2 Users Workshop, Dresden, Germany, 12-14 March.

    Cipollini P., S. Barbosa, J. Benveniste, M. Bos, M. Caparrini, P. Challenor, H. Coelho, S. Dinardo, J. Fernandes, S. Gleason, J. Gómez-Enri, C. Gommenginger,;C. Lázaro, C. Martin-Puig, L. Moreno, A. L. Nunes, N. Pires, G. Quartly, A. Scozzari, H. Snaith, M. Tsimplis, S. Vignudelli, L. West, J. Wolf, P. Woodworth, 2012. COASTALT project’s contribution to the development and dissemination of coastal altimetry, Proceedings 20 Years Progress in Radar Altimetry, Venice, 24-28 September 2012.

    Fernandes M.J., S. Brown, E. Obligis, C. Lázaro, A.L. Nunes, 2012. An intercomparison between algorithms for wet path delay retrieval in the coastal regions, Proceedings 20 Years Progress in Radar Altimetry, Venice, 24-28 September 2012.

    Lázaro C., M.F. Juliano, M.J. Fernandes, A. L. Nunes, M. Salgado, 2012. The Azores and St. Helena currents from two decades of satellite altimetry: inspecting their congeneracy and roles in the subtropical Atlantic, Proceedings 20 Years Progress in Radar Altimetry, Venice, 24-28 September 2012.

    Barbosa, S. M., Fernandes, M. J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A. L., Pires, N., Cipollini, P., 2010: Validation of coastal altimetry data along the west Iberian coast. Proceedings of "ESA Living Planet symposium", Bergen, Norway, July 2010

    Nunes, A.L., Marçal, A.R.S., 2006: Image-based estimation of the aerosols effects with ASTER VNIR data over coastal waters, Proceedings of “26th EARSeL Symposium – New Developments and Challenges in Remote Sensing”, Warsaw, Poland - pub. Millpress, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

    Nunes, A.L., Marçal, A.R.S., 2005: Atmospheric correction of high resolution multi-spectral satellite images using a simplified method based on the 6S code, Proceedings of “RSPSoc 2004 – Mapping and Resources management”, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, - ed. A.P. Cracknell, pub. The Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society UK, pp.9.

    Marçal, A.R.S., Teodoro, A.C., Castro, M.L., Veloso Gomes, F., Nunes, A.L., 2005: Monitoring the sea breaking zone in northwest Portugal using Earth observation satellites, Proceedings of “24th EARSeL Symposium – New Strategies for European Remote Sensing”, Dubrovnik, Croatia, ed. Marinko Oluic, pub. Millpress Rotterdam, The Netherlands, pp.301-308.

    Marçal, A.R.S., Nunes, A.L., Borges, J.S., 2003: AVHRR data processing for near real time applications, Proceedings of “SPIE International Symposium 2003” – Vol.5239 Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications and Geology, III, Barcelona, Espanha, ed. Manfred Ehlers, pp.542-550.

    Nunes, A.L., Marçal, A.R.S., 2002: Correcção Atmosférica de imagens AVHRR para a produção de índices de vegetação, Actas da “IIIª Conferência Nacional de Cartografia e Geodesia”, Aveiro, Portugal, ed. L. Bastos e J. Matos, pub. LIDEL, pp. 161-169.

    Braga, M.H., Amorim, A.A., Nunes, A.L., and Carvalho, C.V. 2002: fisic@web - a new project for teaching classical physics, Proceedings of “EUNIS 2002 - The Eighth International Conference of European University Information Systems”, Porto, Portugal, ed. L.M. Ribeiro and J.M. Santos, pub. FEUP Edições, pp.407-414.

    Nunes, A.L., Fiúza, A.M., 2000: A Mathematical Model for Soil Vapour Extraction, Proceedings of the International Congress “Implementation of in-situ Remediation Tecnhiques”, Utrecht, The Netherlands, ed. D.A.J. Buck, M.J. Lexmond and P.W.M. van Mullekom, pub. CUR/SKB, pp. 177-180.

     

    Publications (international oral presentations)

    Fernandes, M.J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Scharroo, R. (2014): Atmospheric Corrections for Altimetry Studies over Inland Water, OSTST New Frontiers of Altimetry, Konstanz, Germany, 28-31 October.

    Fernandes, M.J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Pires, N. (2014): DComb wet tropospheric correction for CryoSat-2 over open and coastal ocean. 8th Coastal Altimetry Workshop, Konstanz, Germany, 23-24 October.

    Fernandes, M.J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Pires, N. (2014): DComb wet tropospheric correction for CryoSat-2 over open and coastal ocean. OSTST New Frontiers of Altimetry, Konstanz, Germany, 28-31 October.

    Fernandes MJ, Scharroo R, Lázaro C, Nunes AL, (2013): Atmospheric Corrections for Altimetry Studies over Inland Water, 7th Coastal Altimetry Workshop, Boulder (CO), USA, 07-08 October.

    Fernandes M.J., Lázaro C., Nunes A.L., Pires N., Ablain M., Benveniste, J. (2013): GPD wet tropospheric correction for all ESA and reference altimetric missions, ESA Living Planet Symposyum, Edinburgh, UK, 09-13 September.

    Fernandes M.J., Nunes A.L., Lázaro, C. (2013): Analysis and inter-calibration of wet path delay datasets to compute the wet tropospheric correction for CryoSat-2 over ocean. 3rd CryoSat-2 Users Workshop, Dresden, Germany, 12-14 March.

    Fernandes M.J., S. Brown, E. Obligis, C. Lázaro, A.L. Nunes (2012). An intercomparison between algorithms for wet path delay retrieval in the coastal regions, 20 Years Progress in Radar Altimetry, Venice, Italy, 24-28 September.

    Cipollini P., J Benveniste, S. Vignudelli and the COASTALT Team, (2012). COASTALT Project’s contribution to the development and dissemination of coastal altimetry, 39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Mysore (India), 14 - 22 July.

    Cipollini P. and the COASTALT Team, (2012). COASTALT project’s contribution to the development and dissemination of coastal altimetry. 20 Years Progress in Radar Altimetry, Venice, 24-28 September.

    Fernandes M.J., S. Brown, E. Obligis, C. Lázaro, A.L. Nunes (2012). An intercomparison between algorithms for wet path delay retrieval in the coastal regions. 6th Coastal Altimetry Workshop, Riva del Garda, Italy, 20-21 September.

    Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Fernandes, M.J., Juliano, M.F. (2011). Characterization of the subtropical Atlantic from the synergistic use of satellite altimetry and remote sensing data (AtlantiKa). 2nd SARAL/AltiKa Science Workshop, ISRO, Ahmedabad, India, 15-17 March.

    Fernandes, M.J., Pires, N., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Cipollini,, P., Benveniste, J. (2011). Zenith tropospheric delays from GNSS and its application to coastal altimetry. European Geophysical Union General Assembly 2011, Vienna, Austria, 04-08 April.

    Fernandes, M.J., Lázaro, C., Nunes, A.L., Salgado, M., Cipollini, P. (2011). Wet tropospheric correction: filling the gaps from coast to coast. 5th Coastal Altimetry Workshop, San Diego, USA, 16-18 October.

    Fernandes, M. J.; Lázaro, C.; Nunes, A. L.; Pires, N.; Salgado, M.; Cipollini, P., (2010): GPD - towards a global implementation. 4th Coastal Altimetry Workshop, Porto, Portugal, 14-15 October.

    Barbosa, SM, Fernandes, MJ, Lazaro, C, Nunes, A, Pires, N, Cipollini, P, (2010): Validation of coastal altimetry data along the west Iberian coast. ESA Living Planet meeting, Bergen, Norway, July.

    Barbosa SM, Fernandes MJ, Lázaro C, Leitão P, Nunes AL, Pires N, Cipollini P (2009): Wavelet-based comparison of coastal altimetry data and in-situ tide gauge measurements along the west Iberian coast - 3rd Coastal Altimetry Workshop, Frascati, Italy, 17-18 September.

    Fernandes MJ, Lázaro C, Nunes AL, Pires N, Bastos L, Mendes VB, Barbosa SM, Cipollini P (2009): GNSS-derived Path Delay: a method to compute the wet tropospheric correction for coastal altimetry - 3rd Workshop on Coastal Altimetry, Frascati, Italy, 17-18 September.

    Fernandes MJ, Nunes AL, Lázaro C, Pires N, Bastos L, Mendes VB (2008): Wet Tropospheric Correction for Coastal Altimetry based on GNSS path delay measurements - 2nd Workshop on Coastal Altimetry, Pisa, Italy, 06-07 November.

    Nunes, A.L., Marçal, A.R.S. (2005): Atmospheric correction of ASTER VNIR data over turbid coastal waters - “25th EARSeL Symposium – Global Developments in Environmental Earth from Space”, Porto, Portugal, 06-09 June.



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