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João Filipe Cortez Rodrigues Queiró

He is Full Professor at the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra. He is also a member of the Scientific Commission, in charge of the publication of the works of Pedro Nunes, the President of the Department of Mathematics Scientific Commission, and a Board Member of the International Linear Algebra Society. He was President of the University of Coimbra Mathematical Centre and Vice-President of the International Centre for Mathematics. Among his scientific research interests, the following areas have taken precedence: matrix theory, spectral inequalities for linear operators and the History of Mathematics in Portugal. He has published many books among which include: “José Anastácio da Cunha: a forgotten forerunner”, The Mathematical Intelligencer, vol. 10, p. 38-43, 1988; "A Universidade Portuguesa - Uma Reflexão", Gradiva, 1995; “Group representations and matrix spectral problems” (with A. P. Santana and E. Marques de Sá), Linear and Multilinear Algebra, vol. 46, p. 1-23, 1999; "História da Matemática" (with M. F. Estrada, C. Sá, M. C. Silva and M. J. Costa), Universidade Aberta, 2000; "Governar a Universidade Portuguesa" (with Júlio Pedrosa) the Gulbenkian Foundation, 2005.