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Patrícia Batista was awarded the "Best Poster Presentation" award with "Capacity-sharing in logistics solutions: A new pathway towards sustainability", published in Transport Policy, co-authored with Sandra Melo and Joaquim Macedo, at the 16th national conference Transport Studies Group.
A team of scientists from IN+, has developed in the Laboratory of Thermofluids, Combustion and Energy Systems the first carbon nanotube by controlling flame synthesis. This study will expand the scope of carbon materials synthesis using flame with enormous potential for large scale carbon nanotubes production.
Nowadays, everyone is aware of how much energy costs have an impact on a company’s account. The opportunity to maximize useful outputs by consuming the least primary inputs possible is the goal when one is studying efficiency of energy systems. Friday, December 7, lectured by Henrique Matos, at 4PM, room V0.15.
ELECTROWetting heat pipes for cooling Applications in Electric Vehicles is a project leaded by IST-ID in partnership with UT Austin and FEUP. Started on December 1 and lasting 12 months, the project consists of proving the concept of novel heat pipe technology for multiple, disruptive, energy-related applications (patent pending) and showing its suitability in cooling the batteries of electric vehicles.
The last years has seen a rising number of alternatives regarding vehicle technology and the promotion of the mobility-as-a-service concept. This seminar focuses on some of these solutions and explores how their adoption can be promoted, as well as what their energy and environmental impacts are expected to be.
Sharing Lisboa is a project developed under the European Sharing Cities Program, which unites municipalities, citizens and private companies, with the objective of improving the quality of life in cities, through the use of new technologies and the involvement of the citizens.
Industry 4.0 is a key issue to address as the integration of digital technologies will profoundly change the production paradigm across the world, many of today's jobs will cease to exist in the future and many of the jobs of the future are yet to be designed.
The FIRST project has its first workshop during the ENERGY DAY conference, on November 15th 2018, organized by LNEG. The objective of this workshop is to discuss with academia, governmental agencies and industry the advantages of mapping urban energy systems and its features, in particular load flexibility.
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.