Luis Gustavo Martins has almost 20 years of experience in R&D in the area of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, conducted at some of the most reputable centers in Portugal in his field, including INESC Porto. He has published several scientific papers in top-level international scientific journals and conferences, with a relevant track record as a researcher and as the Principal Investigator in competitively funded international projects, including tech-transfer partnerships with the industry. He is regularly invited to take part in scientific and academic committees in his fields of expertise.

He was formerly appointed Director of the Digital Creativity Center (CCD) and Vice-Director of the Research Center for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR), as well as Director of the Sound and Image Department, at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP) – Porto, where he currently holds a tenure-track Professor position. He is currently Vice Rector for Research, Innovation and Quality at UCP.

Luis Gustavo is also an Invited Professor in Macau, China, and regularly collaborates with several internationally acclaimed R&D centers and universities.

He graduated in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal, in 1997, and obtained his Master Degree in 2002 in the area of Multimedia Processing. He received his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Porto (FEUP), in 2009.

R&D Interests:
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
Digital Audio Processing
Pattern Recognition
Machine Learning
Audio Analysis, Segmentation and Classification
Machine Listening
Auditory Scene Analysis (ASA), Computational ASA (CASA)
Software Development (C, C++, ObjC, MATLAB, …)
Marsyas Open Source Project Developer (http://marsyas.info)
Tangible Interfaces, Interactive System Design.

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