Maria João Pereira is a Full Professor at the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) of the University of Lisbon (ULisboa). Her research interests have been mainly focused on the application of Geostatistics to the earth and environmental sciences, developing spatial tools to better understand the impacts of anthropogenic activities and natural hazards on environment and public health. She was a founding member of the Center for Natural Resources and Environment (CERENA) and its president between 2012 and 2021. She coordinated and participated in more than 30 scientific projects and has more than 120 articles published in scientific journals and communications in scientific conferences.
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering | 2022
Computer Aided Chemical Engineering | 2019
Modelling local uncertainty in relations between birth weight and air quality within an urban area: combining geographically weighted regression with geostatistical simulation(Article)
Environmental Science and Pollution Research | 2018
High-dimensional geostatistical history matching: Vectorial multi-objective geostatistical history matching of oil reservoirs and uncertainty assessment(Article)
Computational Geosciences | 2018