Maria João Pereira

Computer Science

Maria João Varanda Pereira received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the University of Minho in 1996 and 2003 respectively. She is integrated member of the Research Centre in Digitalization and Intelligent Robotics (CeDRI), Instituto Politécnico de Bragança and collaborator member of the Language Processing group in the Algoritmi Research Center , at the University of Minho. She is currently coordinator professor at the Technology and Management School of the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, and she is vice-president of the same school. The main research interests are: Language-based-tools, Program Comprehension and Visualization, Domain Specific Languages, QA Systems, Learning Analytics, Big Data, Student Profiling, Generation of Virtual Learning Spaces, Computer-assisted Education.

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Intelligent System and Data Analytics

Relating Biometric Sensors with Serious Games Results

Authors: de Pinho R. ; Pereira M, Varanda M.J., Varanda Pereira M.J. ; Azevedo A.P.P. ; Henriques, P.

Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems

Year: 2022 | Book Series | View Abstract | Link

Active methodologies in incoming programming classes

Authors: Aires J.P. ; Aires S.B.K. ; Pereira M, Varanda M.J., Varanda Pereira M.J. ; Alves L.M.

OpenAccess Series in Informatics

Year: 2021 | Conference Proceeding | View Abstract | Link

Platform for Space Management in a Higher Education School Plataforma de Gestão de Espaços numa Escola de Ensino Superior

Authors: Nakai C.C.H. ; José Eduardo Fernandes ; Pereira M, Varanda M.J., Varanda Pereira M.J.

Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, CISTI

Year: 2021 | Conference Proceeding | View Abstract | Link

Lyntax - A grammar-based tool for linguistics

Authors: de Sousa M.G.C. ; Pereira M, Varanda M.J., Varanda Pereira M.J. ; Henriques, P.

OpenAccess Series in Informatics

Year: 2021 | Conference Proceeding | View Abstract | Link

Altered hormonal and autonomic nerve responses to hypo- and hyperglycaemia are found in overweight and insulin-resistant individuals and may contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes

Authors: Lundqvist M.H. ; Almby K. ; Wiklund U. ; Abrahamsson N. ; Kamble P.G. ; Pereira M, Varanda M.J., Varanda Pereira M.J. ; Eriksson J.W.

Diabetologia

Year: 2021 | Journal | View Abstract | Link