Rui Fernandes - Impact Manager
Rui Fernandes is the Impact Officer at IRIS. He is responsible for the local administration of the NOVA`s Current Research Information System - Pure – and supports the scientific community in the implementation of strategies for the visibility and impact of research carried out at FCT NOVA. Rui holds a degree in History and currently he is doing his Master Degree in Contemporany History.
José Silva Lopes - Impact Manager
José António da Silva Lopes has a PhD in Chemical Engineering (NOVA School of Science and Technology) and currently works as a researcher in the Chemistry Department of this school in the research unit of LAQV@REQUIMTE (Associated Laboratory for Green Chemistry). His research areas are in Education and Innovation (planning design and assessment in Doctoral Programs, complex systems in Education) and Green Engineering (green technologies design using innovation methods integrated with Green Engineering principles, remanufature coupled with reverse engineering and effectiveness measurement of Technology Transfer processes). He has worked 9 years as na educational manager and researcher in the MIT Portugal Program in Bioengineering Systems, has some previous experience working in a TTO, has been a Scientific Officer at LAQV@REQUIMTE and has already done applied research in a technological center with collaborative projects between academia and industry. He’s also a teacher in the Chemistry Department at 20%. His collaboration with IRIS is at 20%, working in scientometrics: data retrieval and analysis, utilization of basic or advanced metrics/indicators
Miguel Martins - Impact Manager
Miguel Martins is the Impact Manager at the Innovation, Research & Impact Strategy Office (IRIS). He has a PhD in Contemporary History from University of Lisbon – Faculty of Letters. He also has a degree in Archaeology and Master’s degree in Military History from the same university. Additionally he has work experience in the Portuguese Army, where he did administrative work, and the Library of the Army, in which he did archive and historical research work. At IRIS, he’s one of the managers responsible for the curation of NOVA’s Current Research Information System, PURE, and the bibliometric platform - SCIVAL. His main directives are to support the scientific community in their interaction with PURE, help them in the implementation of strategies related to impact and visibility of their research at FCT NOVA, and elaborate bibliometric studies through SCIVAL. He also works with the Rectorate, on the matters related to DOI assignment and the PURE system, and the FCT library, with the work subject being the Open Science mandates.
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