Core Team

University of Lisbon – Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)

  • Carlos Sousa Oliveira (CERIS, ICIST)
  • Jaime Santos (CERIS, ICIST)
  • João Ferreira (CERIS, ICIST)
  • Luís Guerreiro (CERIS, ICIST)
  • Mário Lopes (CERIS, ICIST)
  • Rita Bento (Programme Director) (CERIS, ICIST)
  • Rui Ferreira

University of Porto – Faculty of Engineering (FEUP)

  • António Abel Henriques
  • António Arêde
  • António Silva Cardoso
  • António Viana da Fonseca
  • Fernando Gomes
  • Francisco Pinto
  • Humberto Varum
  • Raimundo Delgado
  • Rui Calçada (Sponsor)
  • Rui Carneiro de Barros
  • Xavier Romão

University of Minho

  • António Correia
  • Daniel Oliveira
  • Elisabete Freitas
  • José da Silva Pinho
  • José da Silva Ramos
  • José Manuel Vieira
  • Paulo Lourenço (Sponsor)
  • Paulo Pereira
  • Tiago  Miranda

University of Aveiro

  • Aníbal Costa
  • Carlos Coelho
  • Romeu Vicente (Sponsor)
  • Vitor Silva

National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (LNEC)

  • Alfredo Campos Costa
  • António Tavares de Castro
  • Ema Coelho
  • Laura Caldeira (Sponsor)
  • Maria Luisa Sousa
  • Teresa Reis
  • Teresa Viseu 
Scope
The Doctoral Program InfraRisk- is focused on the following main research domains within civil engineering: (i) Conduct hazard assessment; (ii) Perform vulnerability analysis of the several infrastructures, including the interdependence effects; (iii) Propose and prioritize solutions and techniques for the strengthening and rehabilitation of infrastructures; (iv) Contribute to define prevention and preparedness policies and measures aiming at the enhancement of socio-economic resilience.
Institutions
The Doctoral Program in Analysis and Mitigation of Risks in Infrastructures involves a partnership between four universities - University of Lisbon - Técnico Lisboa (IST), University of Porto - Faculty of Engineering (FEUP), University of Minho (UMinho) and University of Aveiro (UA) - the National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (LNEC) and ICIST (Instituto de Engenharia de Estruturas, Território e Construção). The degree attributed to the candidates will be a PhD degree in Civil Engineering from one of the partner higher education institutions.