LACCIR and FAPESP Projects: Live Andes, ANURA, and SinBIOTA
This session of the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit includes the following presentations:
Live Andes (Advanced Network for the Distribution of Endangered Species): A New Tool for Wildlife Conservation: Cristian Bonacic, professor, Ecosystems and Environment Department, Catholic University of Chile (PUC-Chile)
ANURA: Sensor Networks for Classifying and Monitoring Frogs Based on Their Vocalizations as an Early Indicator for Ecological Stress in Rain Forests: Eduardo Freire Nakamura, assistant professor, Research and Technological Innovation Center (FUCAPI), Brazil
The Brazilian Biodiversity Database and Information System SinBIOTA: The 10 Years Integration with the BIOTA/FAPESP Program and the Re-development for the Next Decade: Tiago Duque Estrada, executive manager, BIOTA/FAPESP Program State University of Campinas (UNICAMP)
This session was part of the Computing in eScience research track at the summit.