• João Filipe Queiró

  • Research Area

    Spectral inequalities

  • Institution

    University of Coimbra

  • PhD

    Institution: University of Coimbra
    Year: 1988

  • Main research publications

    • Invariant factors of products over elementary divisor domains (with Cristina Caldeira) , Linear Algebra and its Applications 485 (2015)
    • Point–based calibration using a parametric representation of the general imaging model (with Pedro Miraldo and Hélder Araújo) , IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, Barcelona (2011)
    • Imbedding conditions for normal matrices (with António Leal Duarte) , Linear Algebra and its Applications 430 (2009)
    • Group representations and matrix spectral problems (with Ana Paula Santana, Eduardo Marques de Sá) , Linear and Multilinear Algebra 46 (1999)
    • On separation properties of finite dimensional compact convex sets (with Eduardo Marques de Sá) , Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 124 (1996)
  • PhD Students

    • Rosa Amélia Martins On the Courant-Fischer Theorem - two approaches 2000
  • Adittional information

    Associate Editor of Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra (since 2005)
    Associate Editor of Linear Algebra and its Applications (since 2005)
    Member of the Editorial Board of Linear and Multilinear Algebra (since 2006)
    Member of the Lisbon Academy of Sciences
    Vice-President of the Executive Board of the International Centre for Mathematics, 2000-2004
    Member of the Board of Directors of the International Linear Algebra Society, 2004-2007
    Member of the Scientific Council the International Centre for Mathematics, 2004-2008

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Defended Theses

  • Structure, algorithmics and dynamics of endomorphisms for certain classes of groups
      André da Cruz Carvalho (April 2023)
      Pedro V. Silva
  • A point-free study of z-embeddings, more general classes of localic maps, and uniform continuity
      Ana Belén Avilez García (April 2023)
      Jorge Picado
  • Analysis of equations of motion of inextensible strings and networks
      Ayk Telciyan (April 2023)
      Dmitry Vorotnikov
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