One of the top schools of technology in Portugal, ISEP (Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering) has been pioneering education and research in Engineering since 1852 and presently offers a wide range of programs in different fields of Engineering.
ISEP has more than 6000 students and is a trademark of Porto, a modern European city, known for its beauty, booming cultural agenda and strong traditional roots and also known as the Portuguese academic capital.
Along with renowned institutions, such as MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), ISEP is a member of the international consortium CDIO (Conceive - Design - Implement - Operate) and has more than a hundred partnerships within the European Space of Higher Education.
Located along the Douro river estuary in northern Portugal, Porto is one of the oldest European centers, and registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.
Its Latin name, Portus Cale, has been referred to as the origin for the name "Portugal", based on transliteration and oral evolution from Latin. In Portuguese the name of the city is spelled with a definite article as "o Porto" (English: the port).
Consequently, its English name evolved from a misinterpretation of the oral pronunciation and referred to as "Oporto" in modern literature and by many speakers.
In recent years, UNESCO recognized its historic center as a World Heritage Site.
The Ribeira is one of the oldest and most typical places of the city of Porto.
Located in the parish of St. Nicholas, along the Douro River, is part of the historic center of Porto and also an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is a very beautiful area, usually frequented by tourists and has a very high concentration of all types of bars and restaurants.
The Casa da Música (House of Music) is a major concert hall space in Porto, Portugal which houses the cultural institution of the same name with its three orchestras Orquestra Nacional do Porto, Orquestra Barroca and Remix Ensemble.
It was designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas with Office for Metropolitan Architecture and Arup-AFA, and was built as part of Porto's project for European Culture Capital in 2001 but was only finished in the first half of 2005 and immediately became an icon in the city.
Port Wine is born in the Douro Valley, but it is the city of Porto that gives the name to the wine. Why? Because that’s where the wine ages and is shipped from to all over the world. A visit to the Port wine cellars, located in the city of Gaia near de Douro river, is a mandatory activity during any trip to Porto.
|27 Oct 2019||Abstract submission, |
Proposals for Special Sessions
|18 Nov 2019||Invitation to submit complete papers|
|15 Dec 2019||Complete paper upload for accepted abstracts,|
Submission of Panel and Workshop proposals,
Submission of complete papers for Special Sessions (no abstracts)
|21 Jan 2020||Notification of Acceptance, |
Author Registration open
|17 Feb 2020||Author/Early Bird registration,|
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|27 Apr 2020||Pre-conference Workshops|
|28 Apr 2020||Conference Opening|