Celestino Martins

Celestino Martins

Research Assistant

Position: Research Assistant

Signal and Image Processing Group (SIPG)

tp.opas@m.onitselec

Phone :-218418672

Office: 6.21

Closed Projects

Acronym Name Funding Dates
WEAM Wave Energy Acoustic Monitoring FCT 2007-11|2010-10

Journal Papers

[1] Friedrich Zabel, Celestino Martins, António Silva, Design of a UAN node capable of high-data rate transmission, Sea Technology, Vol.52, No.3, pp.32-36, 2011
[2] Celestino Martins, Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy: a telemetry system that meets rapid environmental assessment requirements, Sea Technology, Vol. 47, No. 9, pp. 15 - 20, 2006

Conference Papers

[3] António Silva, Friedrich Zabel, Celestino Martins, S. Ijaz, Sérgio Jesus, An environmental equalizer for underwater acoustic communications Tested at Hydralab III, Hydralab III Joint User Meeting, Hannover, Germany, 2010
[4] Celestino Martins, The Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy: A Light Acoustic Data Acquisition System, Proc. of MARTECH 2007 - 2nd International Workshop on Marine Technology, Barcelona, Spain, 2007

Technical Reports

[5] Celestino Martins, Active AOB2: concept and planning, Rep. 05/06, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2006
[6] Celestino Martins, RBR Thermistors array for AOB2, Rep. 04/06, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2006
[7] Celestino Martins, Analog 16-hydrophone vertical line array for the Acoustic – Oceanographic Buoy – AOB, Rep. 03/06, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2006
[8] Sérgio Jesus, Cristiano Soares, Paulo Felisberto, António Silva, Luís Farinha, Celestino Martins, Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy testing during the Maritime Rapid Environmental Assessment 2004 sea trial, Rep. 02/05, SiPLABReport, University of Algarve, 2005
[9] F. Zabel, Celestino Martins, António Silva, Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy (version 2), Rep. 05/05, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2005
[1] António Silva, Friedrich Zabel, Celestino Martins, S. Ijaz, Sérgio Jesus, An environmental equalizer for underwater acoustic communications Tested at Hydralab III, Hydralab III Joint User Meeting, Hannover, Germany, 2010
[2] Celestino Martins, The Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy: A Light Acoustic Data Acquisition System, Proc. of MARTECH 2007 - 2nd International Workshop on Marine Technology, Barcelona, Spain, 2007
[1] Celestino Martins, Active AOB2: concept and planning, Rep. 05/06, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2006
[2] Celestino Martins, RBR Thermistors array for AOB2, Rep. 04/06, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2006
[3] Celestino Martins, Analog 16-hydrophone vertical line array for the Acoustic – Oceanographic Buoy – AOB, Rep. 03/06, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2006
[4] Sérgio Jesus, Cristiano Soares, Paulo Felisberto, António Silva, Luís Farinha, Celestino Martins, Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy testing during the Maritime Rapid Environmental Assessment 2004 sea trial, Rep. 02/05, SiPLABReport, University of Algarve, 2005
[5] F. Zabel, Celestino Martins, António Silva, Acoustic Oceanographic Buoy (version 2), Rep. 05/05, SiPLAB Report, University of Algarve, 2005

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Pedro Aguiar
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José Miguel Antunes
Lucas Balthazar
Helena Barros
Victor Barroso
Marko Beko
João Quartin Borges
Rogério Calazan
Francisco Calisto
Pedro Cardoso
João Carvalho
Ivo Cortez
João Paulo Costeira
Hans Du Buf
Paulo Felisberto
Ricardo Fernandes
Beatriz Ferreira
João Pedro Gomes
Pedro Guerreiro
Pedro Guerreiro
Qiwei Han
Sérgio Jesus
Pusheng Ji
Roberto Lam
Isabel Lourtie
Vasco Ludovico
Lussac Maia
Zita Marinho
Manuel Marques
Bernardo Marques
Nelson Martins
Celestino Martins
Dmytro Maslov
Alexandre Matos
Inês Pereira de Matos
Manuel Melo
Jacinto Nascimento
Filipa Oliveira
João Rodrigues
Orlando Rodriguez
Mário Saleiro
Carlos Santiago
Paulo Santos
Ana Bela Santos
João Saúde
Joao Semedo
António Silva
Luís Silva
Silva
Catarina Silva
Margarida Silveira
António Simões
Cristiano Soares
Cláudia Soares
Brian Swenson
Miguel Araújo Vasques
Jayakorn Vongkulbhisal
João Xavier
Ehsan Zamanizadeh
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