Empower yourself to explore various trends and implications of key disruptive technologies and build resilience in your organization.
2, 9 & 10 November 2023
At NOVA School of Science and Technology we believe that we’re privileged to be living in a time where science and technology can assist us, make our lives easier and rethink the ways we go about our daily lives, and move forward.
Many of the technologies that will disrupt industry and services tomorrow are being carved today in research and development labs. The pace of technology development and adoption by companies is bigger than ever in all economic domains, from agriculture to finance, from healthcare to manufacturing. Executives must create awareness on these technologies and understand its potential impact on their business, from being game changers and enable ‘creative destruction’ to simple order of magnitude gains in efficiency.
During 3 unforgettable days you will have the opportunity to listen, speak and discuss with the most notable scientists and researchers that are leading some of the new and inspiring tech revolutions that are changing the world, visit their laboratories, and uncover what technologies have the most potential to impact your business, and recognise the role of technology to tackle the world’s toughest challenges.
Developed by the faculty of Nova School of Science and Technology, this program focuses on exploring the intersection of innovation, technology, and business.
This program is focused on teaching you the critical disruptive technology trends that are driving the world. It is ideally designed to help you examine the particular areas of emerging technologies, such as IoE, AI, Robotics, Quantum Computing, Blockchain, 3D printing, Green Chemistry, Engineering biology among many others and the tools of tech-driven future. The curriculum is organised with live sessions from experienced faculty members, scientists, and visits to some of the most awarded and recognised laboratories of science in Portuguese scientific community to provide you a real learning experience.
The course will be useful to:
For individuals who are in leadership roles looking to keep their organization ahead of the curve through tech innovations, or who are on career tracks to take on technology leadership roles, including:
This executive program can help you keep your organization ahead of the curve via tech innovations. Enrolling in this program will enable you to learn how to drive strategic change across your organization. You’ll learn how to acquire data, tools, and techniques to drive change and leverage technology across your organization. Once you accomplish the I-Tech Safari program, you’ll be able to lead your organization towards success with tech innovations.
Associate Professor at FCT NOVA
and Researcher at UCIBIO
Cecília Roque is an Associate Professor at the Chemistry Department and Researcher at UCIBIO (ucibio.pt).
She is passionate about interdisciplinarity and innovation, developing her research work inspired by Nature and at the interface between biotechnology, chemistry and engineering.
Cecília studied in Portugal and England and has been a Visiting Professor at Universities in Europe, US and Brazil. Shehas been the recipient of several national and international awards, namely a Starting and a Proof-of-concept grants from the European Research Council (2014; 2022) and currently leads an international consortium on Future and Emerging Technologies. She has training from biotech entrepreneurial programs in Cambridge and PT, and actively engages with academic and industrial partners for her research.
Cecilia is a member of several international societies, is part of Executive Board of the European Federation of Biotechnology and is vice-president (2019-) of the International Society for Molecular Recognition.
Full Professor at FCT NOVA
and Director at UNIDEMI
António Grilo is full professor at NOVA School of Science and Technology, in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. He is currently the Head of Department, Director of the research center UNIDEMI (www.unidemi.com), and Director of the PhD Program in Industrial Engineering.
His research scientific domain area has been centered on Business Interoperability focusing on how to design and develop Digital-based interorganizational systems that can improve business performance of supply chains, and industrial networks, and how to measure and analyse the impact on business performance according to the configurations of the ICT-platforms. More recently, complementary lines of research are on Digital Platforms, particularly simulation of digital-based companies which derived from the business interoperability research, and applications of Emergent Technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in industry and services.
He was the main coordinator of 4 international Research & Development projects, managed 15 other R&D projects. Published over 100 papers in scientific journals and conferences, with more than 1500 citations in Scopus. He has successfully supervised 6 PhD and received 3 scientific and technological awards.
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