Luís Cláudio Ribeiro is professor and head of Communication Sciences Department at Lusófona University, in Lisbon. Ph.D. in Communication Sciences, develops research activity in the field of media epistemology and sound. His recent publications focus on the medium, identification and characterization of changes by the use of sound mediators in contemporary society: O Mundo é uma Paisagem Devastada pela Harmonia (Lisboa: Vega, 2011); O Som Moderno – Novas formas de criação e escuta (Lisboa: Edições Lusófonas, 2011); Fundamento e Imersão (Edt.) (Lisboa: Orfeu Negro, 2019). He is the main investigator of the projects Lisbon SoundMap, supported by the Portuguese Government (FCT) (2011-2014): http://www.lisbonsoundmap.org and http://lisbonsoundmap.wordpress.com/; The Technique and the Media as a Problem: from representation to thought (CIC-DIGITAL-CICANT, 2017-18) and Aural Experience, Territory and Community (2018-2021). In addition to the academic activity, he is also a poet and novelist. The most recent books are Sucede no entanto que o Outono veio (Lisboa: 2013) and Um Jardim Abandonado que Desbota (Lisboa: 2014).