to support INESC-ID Board of Directors in bringing INESC-ID’s innovations to the market through intellectual property valorization, industry partnership and the creation of new business ventures.
INESC-ID now stands and is viewed as one of the most dynamic research institutes in Portugal in the areas of electronics, information systems, telecommunications and energy. In close cooperation with its partners, INESC-ID has emerged as an institution of reference, intensely involved in a number of high visibility projects that define the state of the art in these areas, both at national and international levels.
Our research and development activities cover a broad range of research areas and application markets, such as wireless communications, electronic equipment, health-care, medical imaging, industrial automation, e-learning, and enterprise information systems. INESC-ID also acts as a service provider, stimulating cooperation with industry and focusing research on day life issues, providing a high level of technology transfer. Another interesting indicator of the industrial technology impact of INESC-ID, is the several “start-up”companies created by researchers and former graduate students associated with INESC-ID, seven so far.
The objectives of this office is:
Presently, the office works with a small team of InescId people with the following functions:
|Luís Caldas de Oliveira||Responsible, Faculty|
|Aurélia Constantino||Technology Transfer Manager, Staff|
|Paula Dias||Legal Counsel, Staff|
|Teresa Mimoso||Administrative Support, Staff|
This office is assisted by a Technology Scouting Team, responsible for looking for new opportunities in each research line of action of the Institution:
|Gil Marques||Energy Systems, Faculty|
|Helena Sarmento||Embedded Electronic Systems, Faculty|
|João Garcia||Computing Systems and Communications Networks, Faculty|
|Bruno Martins||Information and Decision Support Systems, Faculty|
|Daniel Lopes||Interactive Intelligent Systems, Researcher|
There's also a mail for contacts and arbitrary proposals: