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2019

Barriers to onshore wind farm implementation in Brazil

Authors
Diógenes, JRF; Claro, J; Rodrigues, JC;

Publication
Energy Policy

Abstract

2018

Transversal and transferable skills training for engineering PhD/doctoral candidates

Authors
Rodrigues, JC; Freitas, A; Garcia, P; Maia, C; Pierre Favre, M;

Publication
2018 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE PORTUGUESE SOCIETY FOR ENGINEERING EDUCATION (CISPEE)

Abstract
Doctoral programmes are facing several challenges in modern societies. The societal role of the University, funded by the state, requires it to: a) increase the offer and admission of third cycle students; b) to reach industry/companies expectations; c) to ensure reasonable employability prospects for the PhD candidates. With the current demography, most candidates can only find a job in industry/companies. Therefore, significant pressure is being put on doctoral programmes to include transferable skills in their curriculum. This paper presents a course "Fit for Industry?" aiming at filling this need. The course design methodology is presented in detail. It includes: a) the involvement of industry since its inception; b) the joint identification of a small number of key competencies to be addressed; c) the inclusion of assessment and feedback mechanisms in its design; d) an immersive and international dimension. It was found that the course had a profound impact on the candidates' perceptions of industry and valued by industry participants. Other stakeholders, such as PhD supervisors, also had a positive perception. The paper concludes with recommendations for those willing to replicate the course locally.

2017

The implementation of industry 4.0: A literature review

Authors
Simas, O; Rodrigues, JC;

Publication
Proceedings of International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, CIE

Abstract
This works intends to be a reduced, but complete literature review about the role of the implementation process in the new technological paradigm for manufacturing, called "Industry 4.0". This is a very recent subject that already generated a wide range of literature and discussion, although it had not yet been studied in-depth, making the term "industry 4.0" and its related concepts blurrier than concrete. The expression "implementation of industry 4.0" is too wide, since it is the result of the implementation of "industry 4.0" technologies and not the paradigm per se. The main objective of this work is to study what is known until now about the implementation of "industry 4.0". With that objective, this paper starts by presenting a definition of what is "industry 4.0" and contextualizing it in today's manufacturing environment. Then some preconditions that are required for the implementation of "industry 4.0" are presented, followed by the specificities that some particular technologies have.

2017

The implementation of videogames in healthcare: The case of Nintendo Wii® in rehabilitation

Authors
e Simas, OFJ; Rodrigues, JPC;

Publication
2017 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC)

Abstract

2017

Implementing cyber-physical systems in manufacturing

Authors
Barros, AC; Simões, AC; Toscano, C; Marques, A; Rodrigues, JC; Azevedo, A;

Publication
Proceedings of International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, CIE

Abstract
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are a new generation of systems that integrate computation and physical processes interacting with humans in different ways. Integrated networks of computers, sensors and similar technologies monitor and control the physical processes, reporting relevant data to planners and decision-makers, and vice versa. By means of case research, this paper analyzes the implementation of cyber-physical systems aiming at lead-time reduction in two manufacturing contexts, namely footwear and natural cork stoppers. The results of this research contribute to literature and practice with a conceptual framework for the implementation of cyber-physical systems and the discussion of the challenges of implementing this technology.

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thesis

2017

Redesigning the ophthalmology service in the diabetic retinopathy screening program

Author
Nuno Alexandre da Rosa Pinto

Institution
UP-FEUP

2017

CRM TECNHOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION:  Mutual Adaptation of Technology and Organization

Author
Ana Filipa Moutinho Oliveira

Institution
UP-FEUP

2017

The implementation of the Internet of Things in emergency response scenarios and fire management

Author
Ana Rita Serafim Melo Gonçalves

Institution
UP-FEUP

2017

Utilização de Business Intelligence com Smart Connected Products: Estudo qualitativo

Author
Luís Eduardo Santos Costa Nogueira

Institution
UP-FEP

2017

Explore business models and operations of start up companies in healthcare

Author
Nuno Miguel da Cunha Monteiro Terra

Institution
UP-FEUP