Dalila Alves DurãesDalila Alves Durães
Dalila Durães is a teacher with a graduation in Electronics, Robotics and Computer Science at the Department of Mathematics and Experimental Sciences in the Secondary School of Caldas das Taipas, Guimarães, Portugal, where she has coordinated, since 2009, the Section of Computer Science and she is also director of the
Professional Course of Multimedia. She is a young researcher at the Intelligent Systems Lab (http://islab.di.uminho.pt) and Invited Lecture in ESTGF, Polytechnic of Porto. She received her degree in Electronics and Computer Science Engineer at Lusíada University in 1995, and in 2004 she finished her MSc in Industrial Electronics Engineering in the area of Automation and Robotics at Minho University, Portugal. In 2012, she completed her PHD in Education Science in the area of Teachers, Curricula and Educational Institutions at Granada University, Spain. She started her career developing scientific research in the field of microstructures in silicon, particularly bulk-micromachining. Collaborative learning, e-learning environment, learning activities, and Ambient Intelligent Systems absorbed her interest in the last years. ´ Her main research aims is attentiveness and engagement in learning activities using technology. She is co-author of over 17 chapters, journal paper, conference and workshop papers and books.
- Non-intrusive monitoring of attentional behavior in teams.Carneiro, D.; Dur\~aes, D.; Bajo, J.; Novais, P.Studies in Computational Intelligence2017
- Using computer peripheral devices to measure attentiveness.Dur\~aes, D.; Carneiro, D.; Bajo, J.; Novais, P.Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing2016
- Monitoring level attention approach in learning activities.Dur\~aes, D.; Jim\'enez, A.; Bajo, J.; Novais, P.Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing2016
- Gaming and robotics to transforming learning.Dur\~aes, D.A.Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing2015
- Spiral inductors on silicon for wireless communications.Trabulo, P.M.; Durães, D.A.; Mendes, P.M.; Garrido, P.J.; Correia, J&aMaterials Science Forum2004