Instituto Superior Técnico

Área de Estudos, Planeamento e Qualidade

National Projects

Over the years, AEPQ participated in various projects, many of which of groundbreaking nature, which have contributed to promote excellence of services provided by Tecnico Lisboa.

Ongoing projects in 2011

  • BIBLIO – Bibliometric study of IST’s scientific output
  • OVERLOAD – Report on the identification of administrative overloads by the teaching staff
  • ABSENT – Analysis of absentism in IST’s services
  • PEI&D – Launch of strategic planning activities in R&D units
  • TALENT – Comparative study on talent attraction mechanisms
  • COMPETE – Evaluation of the current resources, skills and functions of non-teaching staff
  • AVAL – Pilot project on the methodology of evaluation of IST’s services

Projects that began within the framework of AEPQ, but are currently in other services of Tecnico Lisboa

Project Objectives OBS
Student Attraction Plan (1993) To promote attractiveness of Tecnico Lisboa’s programmes with secondary schools through a student attraction plan and respective implementation. Integrated in NAPE
Internal Regulation Project for the Protection of Intellectual Property in  Tecnico Lisboa (1998) To promote management and intellectual property valorization in Tecnico Lisboa, which led to the creation of a Technology Licensing Support Office (GALTEC). Integrated in ATT
Tecnico Lisboa Publishing house (1996) To promote the publications of Tecnico Lisboa professors, which led to the set up of a publishing house,  IST-Press Integrated in Tecnico Lisboa-Press
Alumni Project (1997) To ensure a contact networking with former Tecnico Lisboa students, with the purpose of keeping them in touch with the school in a perspective of lifelong training and update of information on their professional integration, which led to the set up of the UNIVA project (Active LIfe Integration Unit) under the AEPQ. Integrated in GCRP
Monitoring (1999) and Tutoring (2003) Projects To promote school success by monitoring and following up first-year students , which led to the creation of the Tutoring Support Office. Integrated in GATu