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

AssIST Project (Tecnico Lisboa Service’s Self-Assessment) (Documents in Portuguese only)

Concluded Projects (Documents in Portuguese only)

U-Bike Portugal Project- Operation Tecnico Lisboa

ObservIST – Tecnico Lisboa Best Practices Observatory (Documents in Portuguese only)


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 Education 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 Tecnico Lisboa professors’ publications, which led to the set up of a publishing house,  IST-Press. Integrated in IST-Press
Alumni Project (1997) To ensure a networking contact with former Tecnico Lisboa students, with the purpose of keeping them in touch with the school in a perspective of lifelong training and information update on their professional integration, which led to the set up of the UNIVA project (Active Life Integration Unit) under the AEPQ. Integrated in GCRP
 Internal Regulation Project for Intellectual Property Protection at Tecnico Lisboa (1998) Management promotion and valorization of Tecnico Lisboa’s intellectual property, with the subsequent creation of an Office of Technology Licensing support (GALTEC).  Integrated in ATT
 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
BIF Project – Inner Trainers (2014) Identification of non academic and non researcher workers, with skills or expertise, interested in being part of the inner institutional trainers, promoting peer training and, consequently, institutional communication while stimulating de-bureaucratization of procedures between services. Integrated in Lifelong Learning of Academic Services
 “Cycling” Project (2015) To provide Tecnico Lisboa’s community an urban experience of circulation, contributing to the promotion of more sustainable transport means in daily routines.  Integrated in NAPE