Promoting Space Science
Confinement and Isolation – Lessons in Space Medicine for Earth Pandemics (in Portuguese)
Research Project – UFCSPA & InnovaSpace
Ambient Intelligence in the Space and Extreme Environment Contexts
Ambient Intelligence (AmI) refers to environments that are sensitive and responsive to the presence of people, helping them to perform activities of daily life. It was developed from pervasive and ubiquitous computing, artificial intelligence, user-centered interaction design and context sensitivity, viable from built-in, personalized and anticipatory technology. AmI is being used in healthcare. However, in the aerospace context and in extreme environments, there are only a few incipient initiatives. Our goal is to study and propose AmI applications for monitoring physical and mental signals from people in aerospace and extreme environments, for the active identification of actions to be performed by e-health systems.
Research Project – Capstone Project
Physical Exercises in the Space Environment – Identification and Analysis of Applicability in the Earth
Capstone project conducted by the Physiotherapy student Kalanna Louise Garcia Costa and advised by Professor Juliana Herbert (UFCSPA) and Professor Thais Russomano (King´s College London).
Research Projects – about COVID-19
Framework for the Classification and Analysis of COVID-19 Propagation Models
Master student Uilian Loose, advised by Professor Juliana Herbert (UFCSPA).
Interaction Design Patterns to develop Digital Health to promote Culture
Master student Aline Griza, advised by Professor Juliana Herbert (UFCSPA).