Ademar Aguiar is a pragmatic software engineer passionate about exploring and applying innovative software solutions to different audiences and fields, especially those where the social impact of tech might be very high.
Tiago Assis does research on technology at the level of power, culture, identity, and language. This research originated in experiences in digital excluded communities under the Identidades — Movimento Intercultural (Identities - Intercultural Movement) in Mozambique, Cape Verde, Brazil, and Portugal, and increasingly focuses on the context of arts education.
Inês Silva works in the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship and social good. In the last few years, she has been working with startups, non-profits and big companies helping them to become more entrepreneurial and innovative.
Hugo Sereno is an full-stack technologist: specialized in software, but passionate for electronics, physical computing and machine learning. He never misses an opportunity to be on the cutting edge.
João Mota is a soon to be graduate of the Integrated Masters course on Informatics Engineering and Computation. He has a passion for all things technological, especially in the fields of distributed and parallel computing, networking, web development and cyber security.
Afonso Ramos is a Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering student who is enthusiastic about getting involved in projects which can cause a significant and perceivable change in the way people interact with technology, and he firmly believes that we should be Advancing Technology for Humanity, as the IEEE motto states.
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