José Agostinho Ribau Esteves
(CPA / AFMC)
João José Oliveira Dias Coimbra
(CIIMAR / IDCEM)
António José Correia
(CIM Oeste / AFMC)
Emílio Fernando Brogueira Dias
(APDL / IDCEM)
Augusto Duarte Campos Barata da Rocha
(INEGI / IDCEM)
(Porto University / IDCEM)
Henrique do Carmo Santos Madeira
(Coimbra University / AFMC)
Ernesto Augusto Jorge Páscoa
Carlos de Pascoal Neto
(Universidade de Aveiro)
José Ventura de Sousa
Rui Azevedo | firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduated in Economics from the Universidade do Porto. Worked as the Vice-Chairman of the CCDRN and was a founding partner and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Quarternaire Portugal SA and Director of the Studies Office of the Conference of Peripheral and Maritime Regions of Europe (CPMR), where he was in charge of coordinating the "Europe of the Sea" study, CRPM's contribution to designing the European Strategy for the Sea. Recently became the coordinating expert of the "Oceanic Agenda of the North Region", promoted by CCDRN, and took part in the preparations for the Sea Knowledge and Economy Cluster's application to the Collective Efficiency Strategies bid. From 2006 to 2007, worked as the Chairman of the Sea Itinerant University (Universidade Itinerante do Mar - UIM), a project promoted by both Porto and Oviedo Universities and the Portuguese Navy School. At the time, is also a part-time Guest Lecturer at Engineering Faculty, Porto Universty (FEUP).
Carla Domingues | email@example.com
Aquaculture | Fishing, Processing and Fish Marketing | Knowledge and Technological Development
Graduated in Biology, MSc in Coastal Zone Sciences and PhD in Biology from the University of Aveiro. Has more than 10 years of experience in marine scientific research, which resulted in authorship and co-authorship of several scientific papers and conference presentations. She participated in various national and international projects, collaborating with institutions such as the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM, UA), the Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research (CIIMAR, UP) and the Molecular Ecology and Fisheries Genetics Laboratory (MEFGL, U. Bangor, UK). More recently she has been involved in the European consortium EuroMarine which has introduced her to the transfer of Sea scientific knowledge to public stakeholders.
Elisabete Mota | firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication and Image | Nautic and Turism | UIM
Graduated in Mathematics, Post Graduated in Remote Sensing and Master in Geographic Information Systems, trainings held at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto. Among sporadic periods of employment as a teacher in public schools (teaching Mathematics), incorporated the Wind Energy team of the Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management Institute (INEGI), during which time he was responsible for wind data analysis and Wind Farms project management; had been involved in the MORWAQ project for predicting limits for water quality parameters (group LIADD, INESC Porto) and most recently was part of ESA CoastColour international project, participating in the organization and analysis of oceanographic data and validating the new products of MERIS satellite images (Oceanography Centre, Lisbon). In 2012 participated, as a student, at the Sea Itinerant University (Universidade Itinerante do Mar - UIM), onboard the training vessel NTM Creoula, which motivated, moreover, his interest in the Sea Knowledge and by the knowlege of being at the Sea.
Frederico Ferreira | email@example.com
Marine Industries | Ports and Maritime Transports | Marine Energies
Graduated in Regional and Urban Planning Engineer (Engenharia do Território) from the Technical University of Lisbon (IST -UTL) and Post Graduated on Renewable Energies. Regarding the sea economy, he worked for the Forward Studies Unit of the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR), participating in the "Europe of the Sea” Study (CRPM's contribution to designing the European Strategy for the Sea). Made part of the Maritime Policy Task Force of European Commission, in Brussels, where he had responsibilities on regional issues and socio-economic data. He was also Executive Director of IDCEM – Institute for the Development of the Knowledge and Economy of the Sea, participating in the creation of the Sea Knowledge and Economy Cluster and OCEANO XXI Association.
Liliana Gonçalves | firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning and Financial Management | Budget Control | Nautic and Tourism
Graduated in Economics from the University of Porto. She worked as commercial assistant in banking area at Banco Popular for a year and in accounting and statistical areas at the Portuguese National Bank (Banco de Portugal).