LaSIGE has approximately 110 collaborators, amongst researchers with a doctoral degree, working toward a Ph.D., or Master students and other junior researchers. The current Director is Prof. Luís Carriço.
The work "Snooping on Mobile Phones: Prevalence and Trends” by Diogo Marques, Tiago Guerreiro and Luis Carriço, in collaboration with researchers from the University of British Columbia, Canada, that was recently distinguished at SOUPS conference, continues to receive media attention, this time in a dedicated article at P3 (Público newspaper).
Link: P3 article
The organization of the seminarBig Data, Desenvolvimento Sustentável e a Ciência Aberta (Big Data, Sustainable Development and Open Science), invited LaSIGE's PhD student, André Lamúrias, to present a talk about his work within the field of the Biomedical Informatics research line.
The event that took place at Lisbon, Portugal, in June 23rd, 2016, was co-organized by the IHMT - Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical (Portuguese Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) and Institut Français (French Institute).
"A tecnologia que guia os cegos" (The technology that guides the blind) is a VISÃO magazine article that highlights the best of what is being done in Portugal for the development of new technologies for blind people.
The work by Tiago Guerreiro, in collaboration with Hugo Nicolau, within the context of the BRAILLE 2.1, a series of research projects focused on the development of tools that facilitate writing braille alphabet to smartphones was titled as "pioneering work" by the magazine!
The Floodlight Project - Open Source Software for Building Software-Defined Networks, have recently integrated into their branch master Floodlight, an Open SDN Controller, a module developed by LaSIGE's researcher Túlio Ribeiro. The FT module even received a dedicated Tutorial available in the controller webpage: Link