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Apresentação

Centro para a Inovação, Tecnologia e Empreendedorismo

No CITE procuramos promover a valorização do conhecimento através da criação de estruturas concetuais, metodologias, ferramentas e programas executivos para organizações públicas e privadas.

O CITE foi criado para consolidar a experiência do INESC TEC no desenvolvimento de processos e ferramentas internas para gerir os resultados de I&D e organizar os conhecimentos e as competências resultantes.

O principal objetivo do Centro é desenvolver e promover práticas de gestão da inovação, atuando diretamente nos processos internos e apoiando atividades de empreendedorismo, ajudando no desenvolvimento de negócios, bem como na incubação de projetos empresariais.

Últimas Notícias
Indústria e Inovação

LET-In conta com INESC TEC para ajudar jovens empreendedores

O Centro para a Inovação, Tecnologia e Empreendedorismo (CITE) do INESC TEC, através do programa LET-In, integra a Rede Nacional de Incubadoras, um projeto que pretende acreditar novas entidades e certificá-las para a atribuição de “Vales de incubação”.

19 janeiro 2018

Indústria e Inovação

Segundo Startup Accelerator termina com mais 10 novas empresas

Foi com mais de 150 candidaturas de 14 países diferentes que terminou, em novembro, a segunda edição do programa Startup Porto Accelerator (SPA), no âmbito do projeto IN&OUT. No total, o INESC TEC apoiou a criação de 20 novas startups em áreas web e mobile, sendo que cada edição deu origem a 10 novas startups.

11 janeiro 2018

Indústria e Inovação

INESC TEC em projeto de economia de partilha na área do turismo sustentável

No domínio do turismo sustentável e do património cultural, surge o novo projeto europeu TouriSMEshare, que conta com a participação do Centro para a Inovação, Tecnologia e Empreendedorismo (CITE) do INESC TEC, com a reunião de kick-off a acontecer nos dias 14 e 15 de dezembro em Roma.

11 janeiro 2018

Indústria e Inovação

LTPlabs: a spin-off do INESC TEC que nasceu em 2017 e cresce 60% ao ano

Nasceu numa sala do 3º piso do edifício principal do INESC TEC. Estávamos no início de 2015 e a LTPlabs era então fundada por três investigadores e professores da FEUP: Pedro Amorim, Bernardo Almada-Lobo e Luís Guimarães. Teresa Bianchi de Aguiar, Pedro Campelo, Horácio Neri e João Alves, todos investigadores do Centro de Engenharia e Gestão Industrial (CEGI) do INESC TEC, acompanhavam, mais tarde, os três fundadores nesta aventura. Três anos depois mudam de instalações pela segunda vez, empregam 25 LTPeers e crescem 60% ao ano.

09 janeiro 2018

Caravana tecnológica passa pelo INESC TEC

O INESC TEC recebeu, no dia 16 de novembro, a Caravana Tecnológica da iniciativa MTech Portugal 2017 e, em particular, o conjunto de empresas que manifestou interesse em conhecer o Instituto, os seus Centros e o seu trabalho.

18 dezembro 2017

Tópicos de interesse
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Projetos Selecionados

ScaleUp-PORTUGAL

ScaleUp-PORTUGAL

2017-2017

EEN-InnovatePT

EEN-Innovate PT

2017-2017

SCREEN-DR

Plataforma de Análise de Imagem e de Aprendizagem Computacional para a Inovação no Rastreio da Retinopatia Diabética

2016-2020

BIP

BIP - Business Ignition Programme

2016-2018

CORAL-SENSORS

CORAL - Sustainable Ocean Exploitation: Tools and Sensors

2016-2018

IN&OUT

Porto International Acceleration Programme IN & OUT - Web & Mobile

2015-2017

SafeCloud

Secure and Resilient Cloud Architecture

2015-2018

NanoStima-RL2

NanoSTIMA - Health data collection and visualization

2015-2018

FOUREYES

TEC4Growth - RL FourEyes - Intelligence, Interaction, Immersion and Innovation for media industries

2015-2018

iMAN

TEC4Growth - RL iMAN - Intelligence for advanced Manufacturing systems

2015-2018

NanoStima-RL1

NanoSTIMA - Macro-to-Nano Human Sensing Technologies

2015-2018

NanoStima-RL3

NanoSTIMA - Health data infrastructure

2015-2018

NanoStima-RL4

NanoSTIMA - Health Data Analysis & Decision

2015-2018

SMILES

TEC4Growth - RL SMILES - Smart, Mobile, Intelligent and Large scale Sensing and analytics

2015-2018

KAM

EEN-Innovation PT

2015-2016

VR2Market

VR2Market: Desenvolvimento dum Produto para Monitorização Móvel e Vestível da Saúde de Profissionais de Primeira Resposta e de outras Profissões de Risco

2014-2018

STAMAR

Portfólio de tecnologias aplicado ao sector do Mar

2014-2015

PASS

Passaporte para o Empreendedorismo

2014-2015

AESI

Apoio à definição de uma estratégia sustentável de internacionalização

2013-2014

INOV.ATACAMA

Workshop sobre modelos de gestão de inovação de âmbito institucional, universitário e regional

2012-2012

LINPRA

Serviços de Formação para o projeto "Integração de Redes de I&D para as Futuras Tecnologias de Produção"

2012-2012

CAL4INO

Atividades Criativas para Aprendizagem de Inovação

2012-2014

SPIN-UP

Formação e Aconselhamento em Empreendedorismo para Spin-Offs Universitárias

2011-2013

TecEmpreende

Parques de Ciência e Tecnologia e Incubadoras de Empresas de Base Tecnológica

2010-2013

PINC

Pólo de Indústrias Criativas do Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia da Universidade do Porto

2010-2013

FIRE-ENGINE

Design Flexível de Sistemas de Gestão de Incêndios Florestais

2010-2014

SIAC-Calcado-Inov

Estudo sobre inovação na fileira do calçado

2010-2011

GAPI2.0

Gabinetes de Valorização do Conhecimento para promoção do Empreendedorismo, Inovação e Propriedade Industrial

2010-2011

NODES

Sistemas de engenharia organizados em rede em contexto de incerteza

2010-2013

Fadis

Metodologia e ferramenta de tomada de decisão sobre Internacionalização

2009-2011

Jo-Empreende

Criação e promoção de programas de empreendedorismo para públicos-alvo específicos

2009-2011

EINautilus

Software de Gestão da sala Aula

2008-2011

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Publicações

CITE Publicações

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2017

Probabilistic cost prediction for submarine power cable projects

Autores
Schell, KR; Claro, J; Guikema, SD;

Publicação
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL POWER & ENERGY SYSTEMS

Abstract
It is estimated that Europe alone will need to add over 250,000 km of transmission capacity by 2050, if it is to meet renewable energy production goals while maintaining security of supply. Estimating the cost of new transmission infrastructure is difficult, but it is crucial to predict these costs as accurately as possible, given their importance to the energy transition. Transmission capacity expansion plans are often founded on optimistic projections of expansion costs. We present probabilistic predictive models of the cost of submarine power cables, which can be used by policymakers, industry, and academia to better approximate the true cost of transmission expansion plans. The models are both generalizable and well specified for a variety of submarine applications, across a variety of regions. The best performing statistical learning model has slightly more predictive power than a simpler, linear econometric model. The specific decision context will determine whether the extra data gathering effort for the statistical learning model is worth the additional precision. A case study illustrates that incorporating the uncertainty associated with the cost prediction to calculate risk metrics - value-at-risk and conditional-value-at-risk provides useful information to the decision-maker about cost variability and extremes.

2017

Dynamic evolution of European airport systems in the context of Low-Cost Carriers growth

Autores
Jimenez, E; Claro, J; de Sousa, JP; de Neufville, R;

Publicação
JOURNAL OF AIR TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT

Abstract
Airport systems adapted to the influx of Low-Cost Carriers (LCC) as the segment grew in prominence in the European market during the last decades. The generalised perspective that LCCs are attached to remote secondary airports is being increasingly challenged by recent moves of the largest European LCC. The reality is that the impact of LCCs has spread to most commercial airports in Europe, primary and secondary alike. Yet, despite valuable insights on the evolution of airline networks, the existing literature lacks a clear understanding of why this has occurred. This paper explains the dynamics in the evolution of airports systems that resulted in significant growth for the low-cost segment in Europe. A multiple case study involving 42 European airports was used to identify the mechanisms that triggered the traffic patterns leading to the ascendency of LCCs in their respective airport systems. Understanding these mechanisms may prove valuable for supporting airport strategic planning.

2017

Is Portugal's forest transition going up in smoke?

Autores
Oliveira, TM; Guiomar, N; Oliveira Baptista, FO; Pereira, JMC; Claro, J;

Publicação
LAND USE POLICY

Abstract
The turnarounds from decrease to expansion in forest areas that took place during the last century have been examined through the lens of forest transition theory (FTT). Among temperate and Mediterranean European countries that have seen an expansion of forest cover, Portugal stands out as the only case in which this trend has recently been reverted. In this study, we explicitly map and document the forest transition (FT) in the country over the period 1907-2006, and investigate when and where forest transition happened de facto, and which were the land use transition pathways that resulted from the shrublands, agriculture, and forest interplay dynamics. After thematic and geometric harmonization of land cover maps from 1907, 1955, 1970, 1990, and 2006, a cluster analysis established four typologies, and a transition matrix was constructed to assess land cover dynamics. We found that up to 1955, FT occurred simultaneously with agricultural expansion, as shrubland areas diminished. Afterwards, with the retraction of agricultural area and the consequential decoupling of forest management from local actors, FT gained momentum and expanded up to the 1990s. While during the first half of the 20th century, forest expansion followed the "Scarcity" and "State Policy" pathways fostered by local socio-ecological feedback loops, throughout the second half of the century forest transition was driven by exogenous socio-economic forces, following "Economic Development" and "Globalization" pathways. We show how, despite these forces, FT can be derailed by endogenous factors such as wildfires, which limited and in some areas even reverted the afforestation process, initiating a deforestation phase. Since the necessary conditions for FT (technology shift, urbanization, agriculture retraction and public afforestation programs) were available in mainland Portugal, we advance the hypothesis that critical wildfire risk governance deficits may have been responsible for arresting FT. Considering the critical role of forests and other wooded areas in supporting climate change mitigation and sustainable development, our work provides useful evidence and insights for public decision makers on previously unaddressed dimensions of FTT.

2017

Experience with entrepreneurship learning using serious games

Autores
Almeida, FL;

Publicação
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences

Abstract
Abstract   The teaching of entrepreneurship is currently a fundamental pillar in the construction of social responsibility with strong impact on the future economic development of society. The use of serious games in the entrepreneurship field is a way of encouraging students' motivation to become entrepreneurs and develop their skills in the field. In this paper, we describe the experience of using a serious game in the entrepreneurship field in the context of the classroom. For that, we adopt a quantitative research technique based on a survey research to measure the different characteristics experienced by higher education students when using serious games in the classroom to learn entrepreneurship. The students have multidisciplinary competences, coming from courses with strong emphasis in the area of management and technology. The use of the serious game allowed students to develop skills mainly in terms of innovation, leadership, strategic thinking, problem solving, business launch and risk management. On the other side, there were no significant benefits in terms of accounting skills, compliance with regulations, interpersonal, communication, and self-control and discipline. Keywords: entrepreneurship, serious games, higher education, game based learning, gamification.

2017

Serious Games in Entrepreneurship Education

Autores
Almeida, F; Simões, J;

Publicação
Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition

Abstract

Teses Orientadas

2016

A bibliometric analysis of innovation-related research of the former Soviet Union five ‘‘Stans’’: are there distinct patterns?

Autor
Sohibjon Tuychiev

Instituição
UP-FEP

2016

A Training Program Proposal for Start-ups in Scale-up Phase

Autor
Júlio Pedro Gonçalves Marques

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2016

Service design e a gestão da implementação de novos serviços: o caso do rastreio da retinopatia diabética

Autor
Vera Liliana Carvalho Faria

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2016

International Technology Transfer Performance: The Case of Organizations Located in Angolan Provinces

Autor
Carina Alexandra Praça Trino

Instituição
UP-FEP

2016

Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Competitiveness of Academic Spin-Offs

Autor
Cátia Cristina Pedrosa Ferreira

Instituição
UP-FEP

Factos & Números

1Docentes do Ensino Superior

2017

3Contratados de I&D

2017