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Sobre

José Manuel Mendonça é Investigador Sénior do INESC TEC, anterior Presidente do Conselho de Administração e Professor Emérito da Universidade do Porto.

É Diretor Nacional do Programa UT Austin Portugal e Presidente do Painel de Avaliação Independente do Programa Eureka Eurostars. Foi Presidente do Conselho Nacional de Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação.

Licenciado em Engenharia Eletrotécnica pela Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, obteve o seu doutoramento em Engenharia Eletrotécnica no Imperial College of Science and Technology, Universidade de Londres. Atualmente é Fellow do IC2 Institute da Universidade do Texas, Austin, e membro do High-Level Group da Plataforma Tecnológica Europeia Manufuture.

Na última década, foi Presidente do Conselho de Administração do ForestWISE CoLAB, Vice-Presidente da Agência de Inovação, Diretor Executivo da Fundação Ilídio Pinho e Presidente do Conselho de Administração de três empresas de base tecnológica: Tech M5 SGPS, Fibersensing SA e Kinematix SA.

Detalhes

Detalhes

  • Nome

    José Manuel Mendonça
  • Cargo

    Diretor
  • Desde

    01 janeiro 2005
  • Nacionalidade

    Portugal
  • Contactos

    +351222094040
    jose.m.mendonca@inesctec.pt
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Publicações

2020

Pneuma: Entrepreneurial science in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic - a tale of industrialisation and international cooperation

Autores
Mendonça J.M.; Cruz N.; Vasconcelos D.; Sá-Couto C.; Moreira A.P.; Costa P.; Mendonça H.; Pereira A.; Naimi Z.; Miranda V.;

Publicação
Journal of Innovation Management

Abstract
When the COVID-19 pandemic hits Portugal in early March 2020, medical doctors, engineers and researchers, with the encouragement of the Northern Region Health Administration, teamed up to develop and build, locally and in a short time, a ventilator that might eventually be used in extreme emergency situations in the hospitals of northern Portugal. This letter tells you the story of Pneuma, a low-cost emergency ventilator designed and built under harsh isolation constraints, that gave birth to derivative designs in Brazil and Morocco, has been industrialized with 200 units being produced, and is now looking forward to the certification as a medical device that will possibly support a go-tomarket launch. Open intellectual property (IP), multi disciplinarity teamwork, fast prototyping and product engineering have shortened to a few months an otherwise quite longer idea-to-product route, clearly demonstrating that when scientific and engineering knowledge hold hands great challenges can be successfully faced.

2005

Distributed business process coordination: a functionally oriented infrastructure

Autores
Nunes, A; Ferreira, JJP; Mendonca, JM;

Publicação
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

Abstract
This paper discusses some of the challenges presently found both in supply chain and in extended enterprise management. It also presents details of a Distributed Business Process Coordination Infrastructure that was used as a platform in the development of a software-based management system for a global supply chain in the garment sector. The pilot implementation that was undertaken allowed not only the validation of the proposed concepts but the testing of the integrated technological platform as well.

2004

Knowledge, innovation and investment

Autores
Mendonca, JM;

Publicação
E-MANUFACTURING: BUSINESS PARADIGMS AND SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES

Abstract
This paper is meant to share some views on the relevance of science and R&D to business development and to sustainable economic growth. While attempting to do this, it is also meant to present some insight to an encompassing and complex reality with a multitude of interacting actors with different values, motivations, time-frames, cultures and even language: scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs, brokers, investors, politicians, etc. In this paper, knowledge is first discussed as the competitive advantage of our time. Then, the "knowledge-to-competitiveness" value chain is presented and discussed. Being innovation a key concept, the various types of innovation are discussed and the use of some major innovation management tools is briefly introduced. The business perspective is then put forward, discussing the complex mechanics of knowledge management scoring, due-diligence and rationale supporting investment decisions in novel science-based companies.

2004

Quality management and certification in the virtual enterprise

Autores
Martins, A; Ferreira, JJP; Mendonca, JM;

Publicação
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

Abstract
In the global market, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) face increasing competition from large corporations for the control of the more profitable business areas. These corporations compensate for their lower agility and flexibility with easier access to information, resources and economies of scale. The virtual enterprise model of a business organization is thus often seen as one of the best strategic moves for SMEs to achieve a global reach without compromising their independence. This emerging business paradigm certainly brings new challenges to many areas of the enterprise, one of which is the quality assurance of external processes and contracted products and services. This paper introduces and discusses the issue of quality assurance within the scope of virtual and networked enterprises, and presents a novel methodology for the integration of quality management into enterprise modelling and for quality certification of the virtual enterprise. This is especially important because quality certification is becoming mandatory in nearly all markets and the well-established certification methods do not cover all the aspects of the virtual enterprise. ISO 9001:2000, the most widely used quality management system standard in the world, is presented as an interesting starting point for virtual enterprise quality management system implementation and certification. Further requirements include broadening the scope of the quality management system to include the whole enterprise life cycle, i.e. from its creation to decommission. Current auditing procedures will have to be adapted to this new business environment and, to meet such a requirement, a continuous real-time third-party auditing mechanism-fully integrated into the virtual enterprise--model is proposed. A pilot/simulator, implemented in a small virtual enterprise, in the occupational safety and health-care business, is used to illustrate the new environment as well as the novel requirements that quality systems will have to meet in the future.

2004

Quality certification in the virtual enterprise

Autores
Martins, A; Ferreira, JJP; Mendonca, JM;

Publicação
E-MANUFACTURING: BUSINESS PARADIGMS AND SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES

Abstract
Within the scope of virtual and networked enterprises, this paper introduces a novel methodology for the integration of quality management into enterprise modeling and allowing for quality certification of the whole enterprise. The ISO 9001:2000 standard is presented as an interesting starting point for the virtual enterprise quality management system implimentation. Quality management systems certification within the scope of ISO 10011 (or even ISO FDIS 19011) is however quite a difficult task. An alternative scenario for certification is therefore proposed.

Teses
supervisionadas

2022

O Impacto da Publicidade Direcionada Nos Clientes de Uma Empresa de Telecomunicações: Caso de Estudo de Um Novo Paradigma em Campanhas Publicitárias

Autor
Diogo Alexandre Pastor Oliveira Dias

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2022

Optimization of a B2B Customer experience: analysis, design and planning of a customer centric approach

Autor
Juliana da Silva Fernandes

Instituição
UP-FEUP

2021

The Role of Business and Innovation Strategies in Company Competittive Performance in an Uncertain Context

Autor
Sofia Pinto Simões Figueira Canada

Instituição
UP-FEP

2021

The Role of Business and Innovation Strategies in Company Competitive Performance in an Uncertain Context

Autor
Sofia Pinto Simões Figueira Canada

Instituição
UP-FEP

2020

Impact of innovation incentives: a behavioural additionality approach

Autor
Sofia Isabel Varela da Costa Rodrigues e Rodrigues

Instituição
UP-FEUP