Pointfree Topology - Lattice Theory - Categorical Methods in Algebra and Topology
University of Coimbra
Institution: University of Coimbra
Jorge Picado is a Full Professor of Mathematics at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. He obtained his PhD from the University of Coimbra in 1996 and was among the two finalists of the 95-98 J. Anastácio da Cunha Prize of the Portuguese Mathematical Society.
Deputy Director of the Centre for Mathematics of the University of Coimbra (CMUC) since 2007, he is a co-author (with A. Pultr) of the books "Frames and locales: topology without points", Frontiers in Mathematics, vol. 28, Springer, Basel, 2012, and "Locales treated mostly in a covariant way", DMUC Mathematical Texts, vol. 41, 2008.
Co-author (with A. Pultr and A. Tozzi) of the chapter "Locales", in: Categorical Foundations - Special Topics in Order, Topology, Algebra and Sheaf Theory, Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications, Vol. 97, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 49-101.
Member of the project "Ordered structures and topology: pointfree topology, many-valued and noncommutative topology, and numerical representations", grant MTM2015-63608-P of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain (Jan. 2016 - Dec. 2019).
Editor of the journal "Applied Categorical Structures" (Springer).
Honorary Associate Editor of the journal "Categories and General Algebraic Structures with Applications".
Guest Editor of two special volumes of "Topology and its Applications" (1: volume 158 (17), 2011; 2: ongoing).
He has given a number of plenary lectures and courses in reputed serial conferences (Summer Topology Conference 2018, TACL 2015 Conference, BLAST 2015 Conference, International Workshop on Topological Methods in Logic IV, Workshop on Frames in Algebra 2012, International Category Theory Conference 2011, Banaschewski Fest 2011, VII Italian-Spanish Conference on General Topology and its Applications, WiAT'10).
Editor of the Bulletin of the Portuguese Mathematical Society.
Editor-in-Chief of the Bulletin of the International Centre for Mathematics (2004-2008).
Mack Matlabyana (Univ. Limpopo, South Africa), grant from NSF (South Africa), 2014.Christophe Van Olmen (Univ. Antwerp, Belgium), grant from FCT (Portugal), 2006-2007.