The Portuguese schools of engineers in Lisbon and Porto: continuity and discontinuity of the models and the creation of the national and international networks

Maria da Luz Braga Sampaio, Ana Cardoso de Matos

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Abstract

In the 1910’s, with the establishment of a Republican Regime, were created two new schools of engineering: The Instituto Superior Técnico (Technical Institute) in Lisbon in 1911, and the Faculdade Técnica (Technical Faculty) in Porto, in 1915. In this paper we want to analyse the new pedagogical projects of Instituto Superior Técnico and Faculdade Técnica of University of Porto, and identify the academic and business networks linked to these schools. For this approach we will try to make a comparison between the creation and teaching of the two schools and the professors of each one.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWeb of Knowledge
Subtitle of host publicationA look into the Past, Embracing the Future
EditorsSara Albuquerque, Teresa Ferreira, Maria de Fátima Nunes, Ana Cardoso de Matos, António Candeias
Place of PublicationFaro
PublisherSílabas & Desafios
Pages65-69
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)978-989-8842-41-1
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventWeb of Knowledge: A look into the Past, embracing the Future - Évora, Portugal
Duration: 17 May 201819 May 2018
http://www.wok.uevora.pt/

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ConferenceWeb of Knowledge: A look into the Past, embracing the Future
CountryPortugal
CityÉvora
Period17/05/1819/05/18
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