CCG - Centro de Computação Gráfica

CCG - Centro de Computação Gráfica

CCG - Centro de Computação Gráfica

Industry: IT and Services
Founded: 1993
Type: Nonprofit
Size: 11-50 Employees.
Address: Campus de Azurém Universidade do Minho Guimarães, 4800-058 Portugal
Specialities: Computer Vision, Interaction and Graphics, Urban and Mobile Computing, Engineering Process Maturity and Quality, Perception, Interaction and Usability
Categories: Computer Vision
Centro de Computação Gráfica (CCG) was founded in 1993 and established at University of Minho in 2001, as a private and nonprofit research, development, training and consulting association, integrated in the Portuguese Scientific System.

CCG dedicates its activity to applied research and development, in the fields of computer graphics, information, communication and Electronic technologies, as well as to their application at national and international level.
At CCG we believe in the economic value of knowledge as a way to achieve a better society. Therefore, we act autonomously or in networks, as an “interface” between sources of knowledge (Universities) and economy (companies), based on strategic partnerships – through projects and services – with knowledge transfer.

The CCG through its connection to the network GraphicsMedia.net (www.graphicsmedia.net), as strategic partner is in a privileged position to access to the latest technological innovations worldwide.

CCG has a wide experience regarding development and implementation of projects. Its activity is targeted to the following areas of applied research:
_CVIG: Computer Vision, Interaction and Graphics
_EPMQ: Engineering Process Maturity and Quality
_PIU: Perception, Interaction and Usability
_UMC: Urban and Mobile Computing

Our Team

Jose Mendes
Jose Mendes Chairman
Nelson Alves
Nelson Alves Project Manager
Jorge Batista
Jorge Batista Member of the Board
João Oliveira
João Oliveira Executive Director
Eduardo Bacelar Pinto
Eduardo Bacelar Pinto CCG / UMinho
Joana Vieira
Joana Vieira Usability Analyst
Rui Costa
Rui Costa Infrastructure Manager