Rossana Estanqueiro

Gabinete: C106

rossana.estanqueiro@fcsh.unl.pt

Rossana Estanqueiro is a Geographer. Graduated in Geography and Regional Planning (2002), Master in Territorial Management (2007) and PhD in Geography and Territorial Planning, specialization area in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (2012). Researcher integrated in History, Territories and Communities NOVA FCSH Hub of the CFE – CENTRE FOR FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY – Science for People & the Planet of the Faculty of Science and Technology of University of Coimbra (since March 2022) and also researcher collaborator in CICS.NOVA Interdisciplinary Center for Social Sciences of Universidade NOVA de Lisboa. Between 2016 and 2020 was Coordinator of the Research Team (RT): Geographic Modelling, Remote Sensing and Data Infrastructures, integrated in Research Group(RG4): Socio-Spatial Modelling and Planning of the CICS.NOVA, and also representative member of the RG4 in the dynamic committee of the CICS.NOVA Ideas Laboratory. Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Regional Planning (DGPR) of NOVA FCSH, where since 2012 she teaches aggregate subjects in the area of geographic analysis, Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems for territorial and urban planning, and since 2017 is the Departmental Mobility Coordinator (ERASMUS +) of the DGPR (NOVA FCSH).

Unidade de investigação: Centro Interdisciplinar de Ciências Sociais (CICS.NOVA - NOVA FCSH)

Formação
AnoGrauInstituiçãoÁrea
2012DoutoramentoFaculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas (FCSH)Geografia e Planeamento Territorial, especialidade em Detecção Remota e Sistemas de Informação Geográfica
2007MestradoFaculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas (FCSH)Gestão do Território
2002LicenciaturaGeografia e Planeamento Regional
  • Future 3D Urbanism  
  • Methods and Applications of Geospatial Technology in Sustainable Urbanism  
  • Preface  
  • Cálculo da temperatura de superfície a partir de dados Landsat 5 TM, Landsat 7 ETM+ e Landsat 8 TIRS  
  • Fotointerpretação  
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