Arquivo de notícias de September de 2022

This year, the eligibility criteria are wider and include Master's degree students and international students.

Tomada de Posse Direção e Presidentes de Departamento

"With this team I believe we will be able to successfully respond to all the challenges of the forthcoming years", said the Dean.


With the new Gulbenkian Merit Scholarships, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation seeks to continue to enhance the role of education and contribute to greater social equity, giving an opportunity to the brightest students and fostering the potential future impact of these scholarship holders in society.


On September 15 was approved the Charter of principles for a more sustainable coastal community, the result of the international conference Litorall22, which brought together more than 150 experts from 27 countries in Costa da Caparica.


The Kranzberg Memorial Lecture is the highest distinction awarded to an historian of technology by the International Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC), the European organisation for this area of research, and this is the first time it has been given to a Portuguese.

Ministra no acolhimento dos estudantes

"I chose FCT NOVA because it is a faculty that welcomes us like no other", concluded Filipa, who is now starting the steps to become a Civil Engineer.


The company with more than 200 years of history has been a promoter of innovation and science, being able to adapt and respond to the challenges of society.

Aluno da FCT NOVA medalha de ouro em canoagem

Pedro Casinha, student of the in Biomedical Engineering, became world champion in the K1 200m event of the World University Canoeing Championship.


Applications are open until 27 September, at 23 hours and 59 minutes.


This initiative aims to reflect on what a sustainable campus could be, where we take care simultaneously of ourselves and the planet.


The scientific coordination of the programme is in charge of Leonor Amaral, professor and researcher of the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering of FCT NOVA, and Miguel Pina, of NOVA SBE.


Over the next three years, TaRDIS intends to ensure greater efficiency, speed and guarantee of accuracy in a range of situations involving complex distributed systems.