Maria de Lurdes Dinis
Associate Professor with Habilitation
PhD degree in Environmental Engineering (4 years) FEUP (2007). Master in Environmental Engineering (2 years) FEUP (2000). Graduation degree in Mining Engineering (5 years) FEUP (1996). Supervision 18 Master and 1 Doctorate theses. PROJECTS: PRODUCTION OF HYBRID pultruded PROFILES - Pultrusion-hybrid. QREN funding. Duration 2 years. Concluded February 2014; Principal Investigator: Modeling Dispersion in the Atmosphere of Radioactive Elements and Metals Originated by a Central Thermal Coal. FCT funding. Duration 3 years. Concluded on November 2013; PULTReficaz - Optimization of the Pultrusion Process. QREN funding. Duration 2 years. Concluded October 2011; 31 communications in International Meetings, Conferences and Workshops (NATO Workshops and NATO Advanced Institute, IAEA conferences and Uranium Mining and Hydrogeology conferences). 46 publications: Articles in Peer Scientific International Journals (10), Book Chapters (8), Publications in proceedings of International Conferences.
Assessment of indoor radon concentration and time-series analysis of gamma dose rate in three thermal spas from Portugal
Assessment of Natural Radioactivity, Heavy Metals and Particulate Matter in Air and Soil around a Coal-Fired Power Plant—An Integrated Approach
Bi-level depth assessment of an abandoned tailings dam aiming its reprocessing for recovery of valuable metals(Article)
Minerals Engineering | 2019