CITI and Faculdade de Ciência e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
NUNO CORREIA is a Professor at the New University of Lisbon, where he teaches Multimedia Computing and Image Processing, and heads a research group on multimedia information processing and interaction – Interactive Multimedia Group (IMG). He was a researcher at Interval Research, Palo Alto, CA, and a researcher at INESC, Portugal.
Nuno Correia participated in several EU funded projects, including Euromath, MADE that provided the foundation for the international standard PREMO (Programming Environment for Multimedia Objects) and D-ARTS (DVD Authoring Tools). He has worked and directed projects on augmented environments and mobile storytelling funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation and on multimedia for learning funded by HP. Current projects include multitouch and pen based interfaces for exploring art collections, medieval manuscripts and dance annotation.
Nuno Correia is co-director of the national program on Digital Media in cooperation with UT Austin and member of the editorial board of the Computers and Graphics journal published by Elsevier. He was also the Program Chair of MobileHCI 2010.