Marta Campos Ferreira is a researcher at INESC TEC and invited assistant professor at Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto. She holds a PhD in Transportation Systems from the Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto (MIT Portugal Program), a M.Sc. in Service Engineering and Management from the Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto and a Lic. in Economics from the Faculty of Economics of University of Porto.
She is the Co-Founder & Co-Editor of the Topical Collection "Research and Entrepreneurship: Making the Leap from Research to Business" with SN Applied Sciences, Associate Editor of the Expert Systems With Applications Journal and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Management and Decision Making.
She has already participated in the organization of several national and international conferences, being the co-founder of the Congress on Services Engineering and Management (16 editions to date) and of the International Symposium on Research and Entrepreneurship.
She has been involved in several R&D projects in areas such as technology enabled services, transport and mobility, with enormous impact on the economy and society and which resulted in several functional prototypes. The prototype developed under the Anda project gave rise to a mobile payment service for public transport in the Porto Metropolitan Area, in Portugal, which has been available to the public since June 2018 and is used daily by thousands of citizens.
She is the author and co-author of more than 30 articles published in journals, books or in indexed conference proceedings and supervised more than 40 master thesis.
Her current research interests include service design, human computer interaction, data science, knowledge extraction, sustainable mobility and intelligent transport systems.