Ciências Research Day

The event will be held remotely

Scientific achievements, contributions to fight COVID-19, speed dates and posters...

A melhor Ciência faz-se em CIÊNCIAS!
The best Science is @ Ciências

 

An opportunity for faculty researchers to share their work with the in and out community. Spark your curiosity and your imagination.

Online registration

 

The event will be held remotely
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHl8K-LnzeU&feature=emb_title).

 

PROGRAMME

9:30-09:45 Welcome words (L. Carriço, Dean)
9:45-10:00 2020 Research highlights @ CIÊNCIAS (M Santos-Reis, Vice Dean for Research)

10:00 I 11:00 SESSION I - Top Notch Science
10:00-10:15 Biological research in Psychiatry: from molecule to behaviour (Diana Prata, IBEB)
10:15-10:30 Development and application of biochemical tools for tracking marine commercial products (Bernardo Duarte, MARE)
10:30-10:45 From the modelling of future climate to its impacts (Pedro Matos Soares, IDL)
10:45-11:00 Linked science: how computational semantics can bridge scientific disciplines (Cátia Pesquita, LASIGE)

11:00-11:15 Coffee-break

11:15-12:15 SESSION II – Science and Societal Recognition
11:15-11:30 Shedding Light on the Dark Universe - ‘Euclid STAR Prize 2020 Team Award’ (Ismael Tereno, IA)
11:30-11:45 Studying the mechanisms that trigger congenital muscular dystrophy - ‘Women in Science’ L’Óréal Award (Ana Rita Carlos, cE3c)
11:45-12:00 Driving your amazing science into a successful business @CIÊNCIAS (Rita Tomé, TEC LABS)
12:00-12:15 Biomimetx: from the sea to our daily life (Gonçalo Costa, Biomimetx)

12:15-13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:00 SESSION III – CIÊNCIAS in the path for sustainability
13:30-13:45 CIÊNCIAS Living Lab for Sustainability: today and perspectives for the future (Jorge Maia Alves, Faculty Board)
13:45-14:00 + Biodiversity @ CIÊNCIAS: Mobilizing CIÊNCIAS community for the improvement of the campus biodiversity and livelihood - Sustainability Living Lab 2020 Award (Patricia Tiago e Sergio Chozas, cE3c)

14:00-16:45 SESSION IV - Science for Society: Fighting COVID-19 Together
14:00-14:30 CIÊNCIAS and the COVID-19 pandemia (Manuel Carmo Gomes, DBV)
14:30-14:45 COVID 19 incidence and mortality in Europe and worldwide (Carlos Antunes, IDL)
14:45-15:00 Portugal through the eyes of a virus (Nuno Araújo, CFTC)
15:00-15:15 Maths of the pandemic in Portugal: early days and current situation (Jorge Buescu, CMAFcIO)

15:15-15:30 Coffee-break

15:30-15:45 SAFE Coating: Fighting global virus threats with mass spectrometry (Carlos Cordeiro, DQB)
15:45-16:00 REUSE: from science to technology to product to people (Fernando Antunes, CQE)
16:00-16:15 COVIDETECT - Sentinel surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater (Mónica Cunha, cE3c)
16:15-16:45 CT @ CIÊNCIAS: an integrated multidisciplinary response to the next Disease X (Ricardo Dias, BioISI)

16:45-17:00 Closing remarks (Pedro Almeida, Vice Dean for Internationalization, External and Interior Relations and Image)

 

FINISH YOUR DAY WITH A SPEED DATE or LOOKING AT A POSTER

 

 

Programme Ciências Research Day

Programme available here

Data Science Seminar, por Hugo Silva (IST).

Logótipo da Noite Europeia dos Investigadores 2021, sobre um fundo branco

Ciências ULisboa associa-se uma vez mais à Noite Europeia dos Investigadores, promovendo várias iniciativas.

Imagem ilustrativa da sessão

Sessão de homenagem no âmbito da 13.ª Reunião Anual da APG - Associação Portuguesa de Geólogos.

Título, data, orador e localização do evento

RSS Meetup, por Pedro Rocha (NOVA LINCS, FCT/NOVA).

Seminário Permanente de Filosofia das Ciências, por Gil Santos  (CFCUL/GI2).

Evelhecimento ativo

webinar Desafios do Envelhecimento @ULisboa constitui o primeiro de vários encontros do grupo transversal de envelhecimento da redeSAÚDE da Universidade de Lisboa.

Colóquio de Matemática, por Teresa Monteiro Fernandes (Departamento de Matemática | Ciências ULisboa).

O curso visa apresentar uma série de perspetivas sobre o desenvolvimento conceitual da estatística e sobre o uso de inferências e modelos estatísticos nas ciências empíricas.

Cartaz de apresentação da iniciativa

Young Inventors Prize / European Inventor Award: candidaturas até 01 de outubro de 2021.

Mapa antigo

Workshop internacional associado ao projeto Medea-Chart.

Imagem ilustrativa do curso, acompanhada de várias informações úteis

Um curso dirigido ao público em geral e a estudantes de arte ou ciência (a partir dos 16 anos), com interesse em desenho de observação, ilustração e biologia, com ou sem experiência em desenho.

Pormenor da capa do livro de banda desenhada "O jogo das alterações climáticas"

Lançamento de livro de banda desenhada, da autoria de Bruno PintoQuico Nogueira e Nuno Duarte.

Imagem ilustrativa do FICA - Festival Internacional de Ciência

Ciências ULisboa está fortemente representada neste evento, com dezenas de atividades ao longo dos seis dias de Festival.

The objective of this course is to introduce participants to the details of communication and writing scientific publications.

Imagem ilustrativa do programa, acompanhada do respetivo título

Um programa de aceleração de ideias e negócios, promovido pela redeSaúde, com candidaturas até 30 de setembro de 2021.

The objective of this course is to introduce participants to the details of communicating science to non-specialized audiences, including, but not exclusive to, public and private stakeholders, students and teachers, and media professionals.

The course aims at providing an introduction to stable isotopes ratios as tools to understand global, ecosystem and community level bio/geo cycles; light isotopes: H, N, C, O and S isotopes, geo cycles and ecological significance; sampling and analytical methodologies in stable isotope analysis.

This course aims to evidence the importance of natural history collections for the study of biodiversity, to show new tools and approaches to extract and disseminate biodiversity data from natural history collections and to increase awareness of young researchers for the scientific and cultural value of Natural History Museums.

EvoS aims at turning evolutionary theory into a common language to areas that pertain to the natural world, including human affairs.

The course SoilEco aims at introducing attendants to an updated state of the art of diversity of the soil biota and the functional roles played by soil organisms in key ecological processes.

In this course, we promote a multidisciplinary approach presenting the most recent findings on the topic and challenging the traditional way of considering symbiotic associations as exceptions and not as the rule.

The goal of this course is to provide to the participants with current and practical knowledge on urban ecology, including ecological and social aspects.

This course aims to explore ways of communicating science to non-specialized audiences, such as policy makers, industry, general public (including students and teachers), through their engagement and participation in citizen science activities.

This course introduces the field of island biogeography, a discipline that has long influenced other research areas such as macroecology, community ecology, evolution and conservation biology.

Scientists, as the main actors in the production of scientific knowledge, have the responsibility of having an active voice in communicating this knowledge – and that can be achieved for example by a conscious use of the communication tools at their disposal and a better articulation with journalists, among other means.

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