The objective of this course is to introduce participants to the details of communication and writing scientific publications. The main emphasis is on the most common form, the “primary scientific paper”, but other forms will be covered.
A organização da informação referente à produção científica e dos ficheiros que lhes estão associados implica, cada vez mais, a utilização de aplicações que permitam gerir a descrição e o arquivo dos documentos.
Numerous exciting results circle around the quality of specific power series: formal, convergent, algebraic, Gevrey, Mahler, D-finite, P-recursive, differentially algebraic, holonomic, hypergeometric, lacunary, G-functions, ..., with often sharp contrasts between character
Lack of fertile land to feed the exponentially growing population, insufficient water availability and quality, changes in the flow of nutrients through the bio-geo-cycles (especially N and P) and climate and land use changes are impacting ecosystems and their capacity to deliv
Aprender a produzir energia, descobrir como se forma a maior onda surfada em todo o mundo ou perceber como podemos falar com um robô, são apenas alguns dos desafios lançados pela Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) aos visitantes da exposição “Descobre a ULisboa”.
2017 was marked by wildfires which ravaged Portugal and other regions around the world. The ash generated by these fires can contaminate downstream rivers and reservoirs, harming aquatic ecosystems and limiting water resources for human use.
The course starts with a short revision of multiple linear regression and generalised linear models, followed by an introduction to linear mixed effects models and generalised linear mixed effects models (GLMM) to analyse nested (also called hierarchical or clustered) data, e.g
The continuous urban development associated with the growth of the world population has become one of the most important challenges of the present time. Today, cities accommodate more than 54% of the world's population, a proportion that is expected to increase to 70% by 2050.