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It is not enough to guarantee a university education in highly specialized engineering and with high technical and scientific rigor. The industry needs holistic training that adds technical and multidisciplinary expertise, providing a clear view of global challenges and the capacity to respond. The opinion of António Luís Moreira, diretor of IN+.
The Urban Analytics Summer School offers a unique opportunity to explore design, techniques and tools to design a scientifically sound research of urban settings. The program will progress from data collection, storage and processing, through data analysis and interpretation, to visual presentation of the results.
Joana Pedro and Carlos Silva from IN+, together with Manuel Duarte Pinheiro from the Department of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Georesources, published an article proposing a bridge between the urban sustainability assessment and the spatial analysis, in order to better identify priority areas for intervention for sustainable urban development.
Altogether, there are 109 small testimonies that make up the new edition of the book Women in Science. There are chemists, physicists, biologists, archaeologists or anthropologists. Among them, Patrícia Baptista, renowned IN + researcher. All these scientists left a statement in the first person.
Written by Catarina Seco Matos and Miguel Amaral, from IN+, together with Rui Baptista, from IST, Senior Entrepreneurship: A Selective Review and a Research Agenda reviews the most relevant research output on self-employment and entrepreneurship of older individuals.
Miguel Amaral and Nuno Arantes-Oliveira from IN+, together with Mário Vieira, Elsa Henriques and Luís Reis from IDMEC have recently lauched the paper Path discussion for offshore wind in Portugal up to 2030, for Marine Policy, the leading journal of ocean policy studies.
Centre for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research
We are a cross-disciplinary research venue, acting to integrate scientific research in technology, innovation and public policy, striving to promote the sustainable application of science. Institutionally, IN+ operates at Técnico Lisboa and is a member of the associate laboratory LARSyS.
Our activities brings together researchers from various research areas, often called laboratories, who join efforts to achieve a sustainable society, by cooperating with industry and fostering a scientific culture in our spaces, fellows and communities.