CENTRE OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS
Projects of R&D+i (Research and Development + Innovation)
CARME members: Maria Eduarda Fernandes, Inês Lisboa and Nuno Reis
Project Coordinator: Maria Eduarda Fernandes
Description: This project aims to potentiate the economic valorization of R&D (Research and Development) results produced by the R&I (Research and Innovation) system, and to reinforce the transfer of scientific and technological knowledge to the business sector, through a support network that integrates various entities of the innovation ecosystem and interface, linked to each of the consortium members, and that collaborate in the dynamization of various project activities, during its duration and ensuring its continuity over time, after its completion.
Partners: Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave – IPCA
Funding Entities: Portugal 2020, COMPETE2020, FEDER
Total funding: 406 139,13€
Project Duration: February 2022 – June 2023
CARME members: Eduarda Fernandes e Teresa Eugénio
Description: Member of the ORCHESTRA project – add-value to ORCHards through the full valorisation of macRoALgAe. The ORCHESTRA Project aims to develop alternative sustainable biological practices for intensive production of Rocha pear and Alcobaça apple, as well as for the conservation and distribution of these productions. The consortium promoting the project is made up of 1 company, CAMPOTEC IN – Conservação e transformação de Hortofrutícolas S.A (leader), and 2 non-business entities, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria (IPLeiria) and Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave (IPCA), gathering the technical and scientific skills for its development. The intervention region represents 94.44% (Centre) and 5.56% (North).
Partners: Limerick Institute of Technology (Ireland) e Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
Funding Entities: FEDER e FCT
Total funding: 976.309,77€
Project Duration: 01 January 2021 – 30 June 2023
The social impact of Infection Prevention and Control on residential structures for the elderly during COVID-19 crisis
CARME Member: Tânia Marques
Project Coordinator: Sónia Pereira (ciTechCare – Center for Innovative Care and Health Technology)
Description: This project aims assess the social impact of Infection Prevention and Control measures during the Covid-19 pandemic, in elderly people living in residential structures.
Partners: Portuguese Social Security
Funding Entities: The Social Observatory of the “la Caixa” Foundation
Total funding: 25.000,00€
Project Duration: 2020 – 2021
Principal Contractor: Aveiro University
Members CARME: Eduarda Fernandes (co-PI)
Description: The central aim of ShareFOREST is the development and operationalization of a participatory methodology to support co-decision in planning and management of forests, reinforcing the principles behind territorial governance and, as ultimate mission, preventing and mitigating the impacts of future wildfires. The implementation of the methodology in the Matas do Litoral territory can reinforce the dynamism of local stakeholders in the protection of public forests and can generate an agenda for public discussion about forests and rural fires in Portugal.
Funding Entities: FCT
Total funding: 279 037,62€
Project Duration: 2021 – 2023
For more information: https://shareforest.pt/
Link Me Up – 1000 ideias
Members CARME: Susana Rodrigues (PI), Ana Sargento
Description: Promote entrepreneurship by training young students and / or entrepreneurs with a view to increasing the quality of employment and creating innovative companies.
Funding Entities: COMPETE – 01/SIAC/2020
Total funding: 5,562,774,12€
Project Duration: 2021- 2023
ProJovemRural: capacitação de jovens em espaço rural
Project Coordinator: COTHN – Centro Operativo e Tecnológico Hortofrutícola Nacional
Members CARME: Alzira Marques, Cristina Sá, Inês Lisboa, Susana Rodrigues, Tânia Marques
Description: The project is characterized as a training program for young agricultural entrepreneurs in specific areas including: workshops, technical visits, field days and training workshops for young entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in the rural sector, in order to assist them in improving managing their businesses or creating new ventures.
Funding Entities: PDR 2020, Portugal 2020, UE
Total funding: 100.000€
Project Duration: 2020 – 2021
S4Agro | Sustainable Solutions for the Agroindustrial Sector
CARME Members: Ana Sargento
Project Coordinator: Pedro Miguel de Figueiredo Dinis Oliveira Gaspar – University of Beira Interior (UBI)
Partners: University of Évora (UÉvora); Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (IPC; Polytechnic Institute of Guarda (IPG); Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (IPLeiria); Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo (IPVC); Association of Agro-Industrial Cluster of the Center (InovCluster)
Description: The S4AGRO project aims to qualify SMEs in the agrifood sector, namely in the following product subsectors: Meat, Horticulture, Dairy Products and Bakery / Pastry Products; for the adoption of innovative and sustainable solutions, which allow to increase its productivity, effectiveness and efficiency at the level of industry 4.0 and the circular economy.
Project duration: April 24, 2020 – April 23, 2022
Financing Entities: ERDF Total financing: € 149,485.03
Member CARME: Ana Lúcia Marto Sargento
Description: Design of a personalized mHealth training platform to combat physical inactivity in DPOC
Funding Entities: COMPETE 2020 – POCI
Total funding: 239 198,57 €
Project Duration: 2018-2021
Education for Sustainable Development Goals: diagnoses, perspectives and challenges in Brazilian business schools.
CARME Member: Teresa Eugénio
External partners: Sónia Maria Gomes – Federal University of Baia (Brazil) – Leader The team brings together 11 researchers and 3 students from several Brazilian institutions such as Federal Universities of Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Brasília, Santa Catarina; the Federal Institute of Bahia, the State University of Feira de Santana, the Visconde de Cairu Foundation and the Faculty Anísio Teixeira. And Portuguese: Cávado Polytechnic Institute andAve and Polytechnic Institute of Leira.
Description: The project aims to study the process of training professionals, in the business area, in the Brazilian scenario from 2016 to 2020, in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through the analysis of its didactic-pedagogical possibilities, the study seeks to contribute to the proposition of a methodological approach to teaching in a transformative educational perspective. We hope to obtain theoretical and empirical evidence that, in addition to providing subsidies for proposing a methodological approach to teaching, may contribute to suggest the formulation of public and pedagogical policies. It also seeks to incorporate, in the training of professionals in the business area, a concept that expands the reflexive and critical action of the professional and citizen reality.
Keywords: Education. Accounting. Administration. Sustainable development goals. IES Business
Financing Entities: CNPq – National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), an organ of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications (MCTIC) – Brazil.
YOUNGMOB- Facing addiction to young people’s mobile devices through an innovative technological application
CARME members: Neuza Ribeiro, Susana Rodrigues, Alzira Marques and Luísa Cagica (IPSetúbal)
Project Coordinator: Sonia San-Martin – University of Burgos
External partners: Universitat de Valencia (Spain); Universitat de Burgos (Spain); Gestionet Multimedia, SL (Spain); Colegio Aurelio Gómez Escolar (Spain); Media, Educazione, Comunità (Italy); Center Spirala (Slovenia)
Description: YOUNGMOB is intended to provide practical tools for parents and teachers to promote the correct use of smartphones and to prevent or reduce addictive behaviors; and a set of recommendations also for policy makers to prevent addiction to mobile devices.
Funding Entities: Erasmus +, Call 2019 Round 1 KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices, KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for school education.
REINOVA – SI (Reindustrialization of the agrifood sector – Sustainability and Innovation)
CARME Members: Eduarda Fernandes (PI) and Susana Rodrigues
Main Research Unit: CARME – Center for Applied Research in Management and Economics
External partners: IDDNET, ITACyL, Asociación Empresarial Centro Tecnológico Nacional Agroalimentario “Extremadura”, Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Badajoz, OPEN, Vitartis, ADRAL, Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Valladolid, InovCluster, Institut o Politécnico Castelo Branco, CATAA.
Description: The project aims to encourage the launch of new products by agri-food SMEs, which respond to new market trends (natural products, with sustainable processes). Its specific objectives are: to design a new consultancy model tailored to the sector’s SMEs, facilitating and streamlining the adaptation of processes based on circular economy (CE) practices. In addition, it aims to create a model of international cooperation that effectively implements the principle of circularity. As a result of the good practices developed, a greater incentive to eco-innovation is expected.
Financing Entities: ERDF (POCTEP)
FLOREST @ CONJUNTA (Joint Forest)
CARME Member: Eduarda Fernandes.
Description: The project aims to define and identify the different models of organization of agriculture and forestry in terms of commercialization, focusing essentially on the European and national reality. The diagnosis of the Portuguese forestry sector is carried out taking into account the organization of production and the joint management carried out by the different organizations selected for study. The elaboration of a joint management manual is one of the outputs of the project, which will be based on the diagnosis made with the selected organizations. In addition, this manual also addresses the issues of marketing forest products and the benefits of marketing organizations.
Partners: FENAFLORESTA; Forest Association of the Municipality of Ansião; ANEFA; Forest Forum.
Financing Entities: Funded by PDR2020
Duration: January 2019 – June 2020
Care4Value | Increase value creation in long-term care units integrated in private pension institutions
Responsible researcher: Ana Sargento
Description: CARE4VALUE aims to develop and implement a management control information system model that maximizes value creation (defined as health outcomes per unit cost) in long-term care providers. The model will be developed and tested based on an intervention to be carried out in a long-term care unit, under a pilot project. The following innovative results are expected – Integrated model of data collection, processing, analysis, comparison and reporting, revealing the relationship between costs and health outcomes – Innovative tools, incorporated into practice and patient-centered for data collection (including a mobile app to collect data from caregivers) These results will support decision making by managers and professionals, aiming at the quality, efficiency and sustainability of the organization. From August 2017 to September 2019 (Project co-financed by FCT and COMPETE2020; Ref.: POCI-01-0145-FEDER-23248).
Partners: Santa Casa da Misericórdia da Batalha, Polytechnic Institute of Santarém, Nursing School of Coimbra
More information and publications: Article originally published at: www.scitecheuropa.eu/long-term-healthcare/86870/ Reproduced with the kind permission of Pan European Networks Ltd, www.scitecheuropa.eu/ © Pan European Networks 2018
Coastal Forest Recovery Program
Members: Eduarda Fernandes
Description: This project involves a joint collaboration between several partners, with the aim of: assessing the effects of forest fires, promoting emergency stabilization, rehabilitation of burnt forests, long-term recovery and public participation and awareness.
Partners: Higher Institute of Agronomy (University of Lisbon), Polytechnic of Coimbra, Polytechnic of Bragança, University of Coimbra, University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, University of Aveiro and National Institute of Agricultural and Veterinary Research.
Duration: Jan2018 to Jul2018
The regulatory, normative and cognitive-cultural change as a promoter of the international enterprise of the Spanish company. Institutional adaptation and innovation proposals
Responsible Researcher (PI) and project leader: Antonia Mercedes García Cabrera – Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
CARME Member: Nuno Reis
Description: The institutional environment is decisive for the international performance of companies, as it establishes the competitive environment in which companies operate. The changes in the three great dimensions of the institutional environment (regulatory, normative and cultural-cognitive dimensions – cf Scott, 1995) offer opportunities for companies (specifically for Spanish women) in their international operations because they face a different environment than the domestic one. Thus, this project aims to understand the role of institutional changes in the international operations of Spanish companies and to present innovative proposals to adapt to the changing institutional environment.
Financing Entities: Ministerio de Economía, Industria y Competitividad (Government of SPAIN)
EMSURE – Energy and Mobility for Sustainable Regions
CARME Members: Ana Sargento Project led by the University of Coimbra (https://www.uc.pt/en/efs/research/emsure)
Description: The challenge of the project is to develop models, methods and technologies that help decision-makers and companies to make the Central Portuguese Region truly sustainable in the field of energy and mobility.
Partners: University of Coimbra, ADAI, MARE, INESC.
Project co-financed by QREN (“Mais Centro” Program) and European Union (European Regional Development Fund). Ref.: CENTRO-07-0224-FEDER-002004.
Demospin – Economically Sustainable DEMOgraphy – Revertendo o declínio em regiões periférias
CARME Membros : Ana Sargento
Project led by the University of Aveiro (http://www.ua.pt/getin/InvestigCientifica_DEMOSPIN)
Description: The objetive of the DEMOSPIN era research project was to develop a tool to support the definition of policies related to the development of demographically depressed regions. The methodology combined techniques of demographic projections with models of growth and regional development. The results obtained allow to develop and evaluate different levels of population evolution in the interior regions of Portugal until 2030, and to study options to reverse or demographic decline in these areas.
Partners: University of Aveiro, University of Coimbra, University of Beira Interior, Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco.
Project co-financed by FEDER (COMPETE) and FCT – Foundation for Science and Technology (Ref. PTDC / CS-DEM / 100530/2008).