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Academic degrees:

• Aggregation (the highest degree conferred by the Portuguese universities) in Engineering Sciences, Civil Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal (2003).

• Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences, Civil Engineering - Hydraulics, University of Coimbra (1995).

• M.Sc. in Hydraulics and Water Resources, University of Lisbon (IST), Portugal (1990).

• Graduation in Civil Engineering, University of Coimbra (1980).

Present position:

Associate Professor with Aggregation, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, Portugal – since 2005.

Main technical-scientific areas of research:

Hydrodynamics; Morphodynamics; Fluvial and Coastal processes; Fluvial and Coastal management; Water quality; Waves and currents; Storms; Natural hazards; Climate change; Numerical modelling.

Recent awards and recognitions (last 5 years):

• In 2014 received a Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing, awarded by Elsevier, in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the Ocean and Coastal Management journal.

• In 2014 joined the Steering Committee of the Working Group for the Littoral (GTL), at invitation of the Portuguese Ministry of Environment, Spatial Planning and Energy.

• In 2015 participated in the evaluation process of proposals submitted for "future Centres of Excellence in the Republic of Croatia" (invited by the National Council for Science, Higher Education and Technological Development of Croatia).

• In 2016 integrated the international panel of project evaluators submitted to the "OCEANERA-NET - 2016 Call for Ocean Energy".

• In 2016 received a Certificate of Outstanding in Reviewing, awarded by Elsevier in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the journal of Applied Mathematical Modelling.

• In 2016 received a Certificate of Outstanding in Reviewing, awarded by Elsevier in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the journal of Hydrology.

• In 2017 received a Certificate of Outstanding in Reviewing, awarded by Elsevier in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the journal of Ocean and Coastal Management.

• In 2017 received a Certificate of Outstanding in Reviewing, awarded by Elsevier in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the Journal of Marine Systems.

• In 2019 received a Certificate of Top Peer Reviewer 2019, powered by Publons, Web of Science Group, Clarivate Analytics, for placing in the top 1% of reviewers in Cross-Field on Publons global reviewer database.

Significant activities/positions:

• Regular cooperation with several International ISI/WoS Journals in reviewing papers submitted for publication, most notably International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids, Ecological Modelling, Hydrology, Ocean and Coastal Management, Applied Mathematical Modelling, Ocean Engineering, Coastal Engineering, Journal of Marine Systems, Journal of Coastal Research, Applied Ocean Research, Science of the Total Environment, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction and Advances in Engineering Software.

• Reviewer of 3 books, over 400 papers submitted to international conferences, and 292 research papers submitted to international scientific journals to date, 233 of which have been submitted to ISI/WoS journals of high impact factor (206 verified on Publons).

• Member of the Scientific Committee of thirty-five National and International Congresses; Chairman or Member of the Organizing Committee of twenty-two National and International Congresses, and Invited Speaker in over thirty Seminars/Conferences.

• Scientific Advisor of three Research Programs of undergraduate and post-doctoral students, twenty three Master Dissertations, and two PhD thesis in Environmental Engineering, Hydraulics and Water Resources.

• Coordinator of the “Water, Environment and Development” program, which included two Master Courses and several annual Postgraduate Courses, from June 1996 to June 2000.

• Coordinator of the Civil Engineering Course of DEC-FCTUC (pre-Bologna), in 1999 and 2000.

• Coordinator of the Master Course in “Environmental Engineering”, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, in the period May 2004 to December 2010.

• Director of the Portuguese journal of Water Resources, in the period July 1998 to December 2015.

• Co-Editor of the International journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management, in the period October 2006 to December 2016.

• Editorial Board Member of The Open Ocean Engineering Journal, Bentham Science Publishers, in the period November 2007 to December 2013.

• Editorial Board Member of Ocean and Coastal Management Journal, Elsevier, since August 2012.

• Editorial Board Member of Territorium, Portuguese Association of Risks, Prevention and Security, FLUC, since January 2014.

• Editorial Board Member for the “Risks and Catastrophes: Cindynic Studies” Series of the Portuguese Association of Risks, Prevention and Security, with several books edited by the University of Coimbra Press, since 2016.

Main research projects:

• Participated as coordinator and/or researcher in eighteen scientific research projects, five of which directly financed by the European Union.

• Among the projects in which he participated, he was co-coordinator and principal investigator for a TMN project in 1999-2000, and coordinator and principal investigator for four research projects funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), in the periods of 1995-1998, 2001-2003, 2003-2005 and from January 2008 to mid 2011.

• Researcher and IMAR team coordinator of three projects submitted under the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology re-equipment program, in 2004, having been granted funding for two of them (over one million and a half Euros).

• IMAR team coordinator in 2004 for a scientific research proposal presented for financing by PETROBRAS-Brazil. This proposal was ranked in the top 200 of the 20,000 submitted.

• Coordinator and principal investigator of the "Leirosa dune system recovery project - 4th and 5th phases", funded by CELBI-SOPORCEL from 2006 to 2010.

• Coordinator and principal investigator for two research proposals submitted to FCT in 2012, both rated as Excellent (the first with three Excellent and one Outstanding, and the second with two Excellent and two Outstanding) (not funded).

• Researcher in the research proposal “SWEEPS: Sea Waves Electrical Energy Production System”, submitted to Foundation for Science and Technology, under the call for “Exploration Projects of SR & TD in all Scientific Domains-2013” (rated very good, not funded).

• Researcher and task coordinator for a research proposal submitted to FCT in 2015, rated as Excellent (three Excellent and one Outstanding) (not funded).

• Researcher and coordinator of the WP “Floods” in the research proposal “SOSP - Science Opportunities Saving Population”, submitted to EU under the call “H2020-DRS-2015” (countries involved: Portugal, Spain, France, UK, Bulgaria, Serbia and Greece) (rated good, not funded).

• Advisor to the NERITICAL project funded by the European Space Agency (ESA-EOEI) through the Earth Observation Entrepreneurs Initiative program, in 2016-2017. Other international advisors were James Manning (NOAA) and Jeannine DeMicco (USA, project manager advisor).

Overall publications:

• Author of forty-two papers published in leading international peer-reviewed journals such as Ecological Modelling, Science of the Total Environment, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Advances in Engineering Software, Journal of Hydraulic Research, Journal of Coastal Research, Journal of Coastal Conservation, Coastal and Ocean Management, Coastal Engineering, Natural Hazards, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Applied Mathematical Modelling and Wave Motion.

• Author of twenty papers published in leading national peer-reviewed journals such as Water Resources and Territorium.

• Author of one hundred and five papers (peer-reviewed) in International Conferences; forty-eight of them published as book-chapters with ISBN / ISSN and others with abstracts published in scientific journals with DOI.

• Author of twenty-nine papers (peer-reviewed) in National Conferences; five of them published as book-chapters with ISBN / ISSN.

• Author of fourteen book-chapters (peer-reviewed), eleven of them in International Scientific Editions, all with ISBN / ISSN.

• Author of forty scientific Reports, over thirty lectures as Invited Speaker, and over thirty opinion articles.

• Author of the book “Modeling in Fluvial Hydraulics and Environment” (peer-reviewed), 443p, University of Coimbra Press (first edition in 2004 and second edition in 2009). ISBN 972-8704-28-3 (in Portuguese).

• Author of the book “Physical Processes and Computational Models in Coastal Engineering” (peer-reviewed), 452p, University of Coimbra Press (first edition in 2016). ISBN 978-989-26-1152-5 (in Portuguese).

• Co-Author of the book “Numerical Methods in Engineering” (peer-reviewed), ~320p. (authors: J.M. Abreu & J.S. Antunes do Carmo), University of Coimbra Press (in Portuguese) (submission scheduled for early 2020).

• Editor of the book “Natural Hazards: Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Reduction” (peer-reviewed), 11 chapters (Ed: J.S. Antunes do Carmo), Intech, London, UK, 2018. ISBN 978-1-78984-820-5, doi 10.5772/intechopen.73232.

• Editor of the book “Coastal and Marine Environments: Physical Processes and Numerical Modelling” (peer-reviewed), 6 chapters (Ed: J.S. Antunes do Carmo), Intech, London, UK, 2019. ISBN 978-1-78984-360-6, doi: 10.5772/intechopen.88123 (in press).

• Co-Editor of the book “Advances in Water Quality Control” (peer-reviewed), 330p. (Eds: G. Krantzberg, G. Tanik, J.S. Antunes do Carmo & A. Indarto), 2010. ISBN 978-1-935068-08-2.

• Co-Editor of the book “Integrated Management Perspectives of Coastal Environments”, Porto, 244p. (Eds: F. Veloso Gomes, J.S. Antunes do Carmo & F. Taveira Pinto), 2002. ISBN 972-8558-07-4 (in Portuguese).

• Co-Editor of the book “Water Pollution VIII: Modelling, Monitoring and Management”, Bologna, Italy, 651p. WITPRESS. (Eds: C. Brebbia & J.S. Antunes do Carmo), 1996. ISBN 1-84564-042-X.

• Co-Editor of the book “River Basin Management III”, Bologna, Italy, 648p. WITPRESS (Eds: C. Brebbia & J.S. Antunes do Carmo), 1995. ISBN 1-84564-023-3.

• Co-Editor of the book “IX Symposium on the Atlantic Margin – Book of Proceedings”, 344p., Coimbra (Eds: P.P. Cunha, P. Dinis, J. Dias, H. Veríssimo, L.V. Duarte, F.C. Lopes, A.F. Bessa & J.A. Carmo), 2018. ISBN 978-989-98914-3-2.

• Co-Editor of the book “Innovation and Collaborative Management for Coastal Zones Sustainability”, Braga, 92p. (Eds: J.S. Antunes do Carmo J.S., J.L. Pinho & H. Granja), 2017. ISBN: 978-989-20-7316-3 (in Portuguese).

• Co-Editor of the book “VIII Congress on Planning and Management of Coastal Zones of Portuguese Speaking Countries”, Aveiro, 141p. (Eds: C. Coelho, B. Marinho, M. Lima and J.S. Antunes do Carmo), 2015. ISBN 978-989-8509-12-3 (in Portuguese).

• Co-Editor of the book “VII EnaSB – National Meeting of Basic Sanitation” (two volumes), Coimbra, 541p. and 110p. (Eds: J.L. Pedroso de Lima, J.S. Antunes do Carmo e J.M. Abreu), 1996 (in Portuguese).

Recent publications (last 5/6 years) & others in press or under review:

• In 2013: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2013. “Guidelines and tools to properly design and manage reservoir-dam systems”. Chapter of the book “Dams: Structure, Performance and Safety Management”, 39p., pp. 81-119 (peer-reviewed). Slaheddine Khlifi (Ed), Nova Science Publishers, Inc. NY, USA. ISBN: 978-1-62417-702-6.

• In 2013: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2013.“Large Dams: Vulnerabilities and Risks”. Chapter of the book “Natural, anthropogenic and mixed risks. Tribute to Professor Fernando Rebelo”, 21p., pp. 441-461 (peer-reviewed). Luciano Fernandes Lourenço & Manuel Alberto Mateus (Eds), IUC. ISBN: 978-989-96810-1-9 (in Portuguese).

• In 2013: Santos L.I.V., Tavares A.O. & Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2013. “Dealing with expertise and non expertise knowledge about coastal risk” Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier Science, Volume 83, 83-87 (doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.016).

• In 2013: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2013. “Boussinesq and Serre type models with improved linear dispersion characteristics: Applications” Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Taylor & Francis, Volume 51, Number 6, 719-727 (ID:814090, doi:10.1080/00221686.2013.814090).

• In 2013: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2013. ”Extended Serre equations for applications in intermediate water depths” The Open Ocean Engineering Journal, Bentham Science Publishers, USA, Volume 6, 16-25 (doi: 10.2174/1874835X01306010016).

• In 2014: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2014. ”Environmental impacts of human action in watercourses” Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., Volume 2, Number 10, 6499-6530 (doi: 10.5194/nhessd-2-6499-2014).

• In 2014: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2014. “Shields diagram’s extension for applications in steady non-uniform flows” River Flow 2014 Conference, September 3-5, Lausanne, Switzerland. In (ebookRiver Flow 2014 – Schleiss et al. (Eds), 815-824, © 2014 Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-1-138-02674-2.

• In 2014: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2014. “Nonlinear wave theory extended to deep water conditions” Journal of Water Resources, Volume 35. Issue 1, 23-35 (doi:10.5894/rh35n1-2) (in Portuguese).

• In 2014: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2014. “Serre type model for wave propagation from arbitrary depths to shallow waters” V Conferência Nacional de Mecânica dos Fluidos, Termodinâmica e Energia - MEFTE 2014, FEUP, Porto, September 11-12 (doi: 10.13140/2.1.2315.4246).

• In 2014: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2014. “Multifunctional works: A new concept of coastal protection.” INGENIUM journal, Issue 141, 44-45 (doi: 10.13140/2.1.4393.0242) (in portuguese).

• In 2015: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2015. Closure to “Boussinesq and Serre type models with improved linear dispersion characteristics: Applications” Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Taylor & Francis, Volume 53, Number 2, 284-285 (doi: 10.1080/00221686.2015.1012656).

• In 2015: Gomes M.P., Pinho J.L.S., Antunes do Carmo J.S. & Lara L.I.V., 2015. “Hazard assessment of storm events for The Battery, New York” Ocean & Coastal Management, Elsevier, Volume 118, Part A, 22-31 (doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.11.006).

• In 2015: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2015.“Modeling of wave propagation from arbitrary depths to shallow waters - A review” Chapter of the book “New Perspectives in Fluid Dynamics”, 44p., pp. 23-66 (peer-reviewed). Chaoqun Liu (Ed), InTech - Open Access Publisher. ISBN 978-953-51-2228-9.

• In 2015: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2015. “Relevance of nonlinear effects and dispersive waves in coastal processes” in (bookVIII Congress on Planning and Management of Coastal Zones of Portuguese Speaking Countries - Abstracts, p. 4, Carlos Coelho, Bárbara Marinho, Márcia Lima & Antunes do Carmo (Eds) and paper_066 in (ebookVIII Congress on Planning and Management of Coastal Zones of Portuguese Speaking Countries. ISBN: 978-989-8509-12-3 (in Portuguese).

• In 2016: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2016. “Physical processes and computational models in Coastal Engineering” (book), 452p. (peer-reviewed), UC Press, ISBN 978-989-26-1152-5 (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14195/978-989-26-1153-2) (in Portuguese).

• In 2016: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2016. “Nonlinear and dispersive wave effects in coastal processes” Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Volume 16, Issue 3, 343-355 (peer-reviewed) (doi: 10.5894/rgci660). 

• In 2016: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2016. "Integrated coastal management and adaptation needs"(peer-reviewed). International Conference on Coastal Zones, May 16-18, Osaka, Japan. Abstract in Journal of Oceanography and Marine Research (open access), Volume 4, Issue 1, p. 29. ISSN 2332-2632, doi: 10.4172/2332-2632.C1.002.

• In 2017: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2017. “Natural responses to changes in morphodynamic processes caused by human action in watercourses: A contribution to support management” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Elsevier, Volume 24, 109-118, doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.05.014.

• In 2017: Antunes do Carmo, 2017. “Coastal processes, climate change and adaptation needs” (peer-reviewed). 2nd International Conference on Coastal Zones, July 17-18, Melbourne, Australia. Abstract in Journal of Coastal Zone Management (open access), Volume 20, Issue 2 (Suppl), p. 16. ISSN: 2473-3350, doi: 10.4172/2473-3350-C1-002.

• In 2017: Antunes do Carmo, 2017. “Past behaviors and future coastal defense options” (peer-reviewed). 2nd International Conference on Coastal Zones, July 17-18, Melbourne, Australia. Abstract in Journal of Coastal Zone Management (open access), Volume 20, Issue 2 (Suppl), p. 24. ISSN: 2473-3350, doi: 10.4172/2473-3350-C1-001.

• In 2018: Antunes do Carmo J.S., Ferreira, J.A., Pinto L., Romanazzi.G., 2018. “An Improved Serre Model: Efficient Simulation and Comparative Evaluation” Applied Mathematical Modelling, Elsevier, Volume 56, 404-423, doi: 10.1016/j.apm.2017.12.005.

• In 2018: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2018. “Climate change, adaptation measures and integrated coastal zone management: The new protection paradigm for the Portuguese coastal zone” Journal of Coastal Research, CERF, Vol. 34, Issue 3, 687-703, doi: 10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-16-00165.1.

• In 2018: Gomes M.P., Santos L., Pinho J.L. and Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2018. “Hazard assessment of storm events for the Portuguese northern coast” Geosciences, MDPI, Volume 8, Issue 5, 14p., doi: 10.3390/geosciences8050178.

• In 2018: Santos L.I.V., Gomes M., Vieira L., Pinho J.L.S., Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2018. “Storm surge assessment methodology based on numerical modelling” (peer-reviewed). 13th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, Palermo, Italy.

• In 2018: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2018. “Emerging technologies to manage climate change in coastal areas” (peer-reviewed). 3rd International Conference on Coastal Zones and Oceanography, May 18-19, Singapore. Abstract in Journal of Coastal Zone Management (open access), Volume 21, p. 53. ISSN: 2473-3350, doi: 10.4172/2473-3350-C1-006.

• In 2018: Santos L, Pinho J.L, Antunes do Carmo J.S., Granja H., 2018. “Tools and methodologies for dealing with coastal retreat due to SLR”. IX Symposium on the Atlantic Margin, Coimbra, 4-7 September. Extended abstract in the Book of Proceedings, 139-140. ISBN 978-989-98914-3-2.

• In 2018: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2018. Preface of the book “Natural Hazards: Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Reduction” (Ed: J.S. Antunes do Carmo), Intech, London. UK, 3p., vii-ix. ISBN 978-1-78984-820-5, doi: 10.5772/intechopen.73232.

• In 2018: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2018. “Adaptation options and use of science in collaborative management of the coastal zone” (peer-reviewed). Chapter 1 of the book “Hydrometeorological Hazards”, UC Press, 15-40. ISBN 978-98954295-7-8, DOI: 10.34037/978-989-54295-3-0_4.

• In 2019: Diogo A.M. &Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2019. “Peak Flows and Storm Water Networks Design - Current and Future Management of Urban Surface Watersheds” Water, MDPI, Volume 11, Isuue 4, 759, doi: 10.3390/w11040759.

• In 2019: Antunes do Carmo J.S., Ferreira, J.A. & Pinto L., 2019. “On the accurate simulation of nearshore and dam break problems involving dispersive breaking waves” Wave Motion, Elsevier, Volume 85, 125-143, doi: 10.1016/j.wavemoti.2018.11.008.

• In 2019: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2019. “Coastal adaptation: Past behaviors, contemporary management, and future coastal options” (peer-reviewed). Chatper of the book "Coastal and Marine Environments: Physical Processes and Numerical Modelling" (Ed: J.S. Antunes do Carmo), Intech, London, UK. ISBN 978-1-78984-360-6, doi: 10.5772/intechopen.88123.

• In 2019: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2019. “The changing paradigm of coastal management: The Portuguese case” Science of the Total Environment, Elsevier, Volume 695, 133807, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.133807.

• In 2019: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2019. “Inherent risks to the construction industry” (peer-reviewed). Chapter 2 of the book “Anthropic Catastrophes: An Integral Approach”, UC Press, 76p. (in press). 

• In 2019: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2019. Preface of the book “Coastal and Marine Environments: Physical Processes and Numerical Modelling” (Ed: J.S. Antunes do Carmo), Intech, London, UK, 4p. ISBN 978-1-78984-360-6, doi: 10.5772/intechopen.88123 (in press).

• In 2019: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2019. “Coastal defences and engineering works” (peer-reviewed). Chapter of the book “Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Life Below Water”, Springer (invited chapter, in press).

• In 2020: Antunes do Carmo J.S., 2020. Guest Editor of the Special Issue on “Reefs” of the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (IF = 1.732), MDPI, Switzerland (two papers accepted to date) (submissions until December 2019).

• In 2020: Antunes do Carmo J.S., Pinho J.L.S., Lopes, A.M. & Ferreira J.C., 2020. “Storms and Associated Damages Along the Portuguese Northwestern Coast” (peer-reviewed). Chapter of the book Natural Hazards Associated with Land, Ocean and Atmosphere Science (Ed. Ramesh P. Singh), Wiley (invited chapter for submission until mid 2020).

Coimbra, September 25, 2019