Manuel Augusto Vieira

Manuel Augusto Vieira was born in Portugal. He graduated in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering by Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) of Lisbon from the Technical University of Lisbon. In 2004, he received the Master of Science in Electronic and Computers Engineering by the Superior Technical Institute of Lisbon and in 2012 its PhD by the New University of Lisbon. The title of the thesis was ”Three transducers for one photodetector: essays for optical communication”

Currently he is Assistant Professor in Electronics inside the Electronic Telecommunication and Computer Department of ISEL, Lisbon, Portugal and investigator in the M2P group of CTS-UNINOVA.
The major research interests are related with traffic control, vehicular communications, operations management, stochastic control, optimization and discrete event dynamic systems, scheduling, inventory control, simulation infinitesimal perturbation analysis, queuing networks.

He was director of the traffic department of the City Hall of Lisbon for more than twenty five years. In this context he has been involved in several national and international projects, namely:

Mobile wireless communication networks have been experiencing enormous advances throughout its successive generations. So, at the moment its research activities are related mainly to the communication between vehicles (V2V), vehicles and infrastructures (V2I) and road infrastructure and the vehicles (I2V) using visible light (VLC).

Other scientific activities: