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Gabriel Pires obtained his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineer from the University of Coimbra in 2012. He is Adjunct Professor at the Engineering Department of the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, and Associate Researcher at the Institute of Systems and Robotics, University of Coimbra, being supervisor of several MSc and PhD students, and Postdoc researchers. He is also the coordinator of the Lab. VITA.IPT – Life Assisted by Intelligent Environments. He participated, as responsible, member or collaborator, in several National and European R&D projects in the areas of Human-computer interfaces, assistive mobile robotics and telehealth. His main research focus is on EEG-based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and biosignal processing, seeking to improve the reliability and usability of BCIs. He serves as a reviewer in many scientific journals and scientific committees of several conferences. He was the recipient of several national awards including the PhD Fraunhofer Portugal Challenge. He was a member of the board of the Portuguese Society for Rehabilitation and Accessibility Engineering – SUPERA.
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11-Dec-2013Automatic sleep staging: a computer assisted approach for optimal combination of features and polysomnographic channelsKhalighi, Sirvan ; Sousa, Teresa ; Pires, Gabriel ; Nunes, Urbano articleopenAccess
22011Biosignal Classification for Human Interface with Devices and Surrounding EnvironmentPires, Gabriel Pereira doctoralThesisopenAccess
317-Nov-2020Code-Modulated Visual Evoked Potentials for BCI and Biometric AuthenticationRoque, Francisco José DiasmasterThesisopenAccess
418-Feb-2015Desenvolvimento de um jogo controlado através de potenciais EEG estacionários evocados visualmenteBaptista, Ivo André Craveiro Simões masterThesisopenAccess
525-Sep-2019Development of a BCI framework: hardware/software architecture and control of domotic appliancesSantos, Joao David FrancamasterThesisopenAccess
625-Sep-2019Hybrid BCI based on visual and auditory stimuliMachado, Maria Francisca CoelhomasterThesisopenAccess
72-Jun-2021Mental state monitoring for improving the Brain-Computer Interface robustness in a human-centered collaborative controlCruz, Aniana da Rosa de Brito dadoctoralThesisembargoedAccess
819-Sep-2014Modelação de expressões faciais num avatar usando classificação de biossinaisGarcia, Diogo Joao Machado masterThesisopenAccess
92001Navegação assistida de uma cadeira de rodas controlada por computador e com interface de vozPires, Gabriel Pereira masterThesisopenAccess
102021A Reinforcement Learning Assisted Eye-Driven Computer Game Employing a Decision Tree-Based Approach and CNN ClassificationPerdiz, João ; Garrote, Luís ; Pires, Gabriel Pereira ; Nunes, Urbano J. articleopenAccess
1126-Sep-2014Research of adaptive classification techniques toward one-time calibration in brain-computer interfacesFigueiredo, Joana Isabel Passão Henriques de masterThesisopenAccess
1223-Jan-2014Robust Single Trial Identification of Conscious Percepts Triggered by Sensory Events of Variable SaliencyTeixeira, Marta ; Pires, Gabriel ; Raimundo, Miguel ; Nascimento, Sérgio ; Almeida, Vasco ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
132021A Self-Paced BCI With a Collaborative Controller for Highly Reliable Wheelchair Driving: Experimental Tests With Physically Disabled IndividualsCruz, Aniana; Pires, Gabriel ; Lopes, Ana ; Carona, Carlos ; Nunes, Urbano J. articleopenAccess
142018Tracking human routines towards adaptive monitoring: the MOVIDA.domus platformGordalina, Gonçalo; Figueiredo, João; Martinho, Ricardo ; Rijo, Rui ; Correia, Pedro; Assunção, Pedro; Seco, Alexandra; Pires, Gabriel ; Oliveira, Luís; Fonseca-Pinto, RuiarticleopenAccess