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- Cultura e património em turismo
- Inovação no turismo
- Hotelaria e restauração
- Evolução histórica e geográfica do turismo
- Empreendedorismo, marketing e negócios em turismo
- Gestão de itinerários turísticos
- Planeamento, sustentabilidade e impactos do turismo
Adalberto Dias de Carvalho
President of the Scientific and Technical Council of ISCET. Researcher of Philosophy of Education at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Porto. President of SOFELP (Society of Philosophy of Education of Portuguese Language). Invited Professor at the University of Rouen, France.
London Metropolitan University, Reino Unido
Professor of European Integration and Globalisation at London Metropolitan University and Adjunct Professor at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. Since his Ph.D degree at London School of Economics and Political Studies in 1975, has dedicated his life to being a Professor and researcher in the fields of Human Geography, European Integration and Tourism, among others.
He was also awarded the Health prize of the Royal Geographical Society.
Universidade do Minho, Portugal
Doctorate in the field of Prehistory and Ancient History from the University of Minho, aggregate in Prehistory in the Department of Patrimony of the University of Porto, and Auxiliary Professor with Aggregation in the Department of History at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Minho.
Professor and director of the academic course in “Information Systems Management and Multimedia”, at ISLA, doctorate in Computer Sciences at the Institute for Science and Technology, University of Manchester and researcher at CEPESA- Centre for Population Studies, Economy and Society.
The former Rector of Eduardo Mondlane University, now Dean of the Higher Institute of Technology and Management (ISTEG), in Mozambique, is dedicated to research on issues related to human development.
Instituto Politécnico Viana do Castelo, Portugal
Doctorate from Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, is a coordinator of the degree in Tourism at the Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo. He also coordinates various projects in tourism to the European Commission and is also an external expert for national projects.
University of Perpignan, France
Professor and researcher at the University of Perpignan, holds a doctorate in Sociology and a master degree in Law. He is an expert of the WTO in sustainable tourism, culture and heritage, with an extensive experience as coordinator of master and doctorate degrees and as director of research teams.
Doctorate in Tourism Science from the University of Perpignan, France, with graduation in Agricultural Sciences from Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco; Teacher of the degree in Tourism at ISCET; She is also a researcher at the Centre of Interdisciplinary Investigation and of Community Intervention (CIIIC); She coordinates the Career Service and is the International Relations Manager at ISCET.
University of Wellington, New Zeland
Douglas Pearce is Professor of Tourism Management in the Victoria Management School, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He has more than thirty years teaching, research and consulting experience in many aspects of tourism. Douglas recently completed a major project on tourism distribution and currently is assessing different approaches to tourism research. He is a fellow and former vice-president of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism and serves on the editorial boards of a number of journals, including the Annals of Tourism Research.
University of Vigo, Spain
Professor of “Marketing and market research” at the Faculty of Business and Tourism of Orense, University of Vigo, holds a Ph.D degree in Business Administration and Management from University of Vigo.
Eugénio dos Santos
Professor at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto, with a five-year degree, a master, doctorate and aggregation in history. Eugénio dos Santos is author of several papers, books and scientific presentations. He is also the director of the Centre of Communication Sciences and researcher on issues related to history of Portugal and Brasil. He is also a professor at ISCET.
University of Santiago, Cape Verde
Pro-Rector of the University of Santiago in Cape Verde and researcher in the field of sociology.
University of Groningen, Holanda
Educated Universities of Cambridge, Reading and London. Taught at Universities of Wales, Portsmouth and since 1979 Groningen. Since 1994, Professor of heritage management and urban tourism in the Department of Planning, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen (NL). Main research interests include heritage management, tourism planning and place marketing. Ashworth is the author of several acclaimed books and scientific papers.
Instituto Politécnico de Viseu, Portugal
Doctorate in Management (marketing expertise) from Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho (ISCTE), professor and coordinator of the Higher School of Technology and Management and director of the Department of Management of the Higher School of Management at the Polytechnic Institute of Viseu.
José A. Rio Fernandes
FLUP/ CEGOT, Portugal
Professor at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto, coordinator of the doctoral programme in Geography and of the research programme “Cities” at CEGOT (Centre for studies of Geography and Territory Planning). He is also Chairman of the General Assembly of the Portuguese Association of Geographers and author of more than a hundred papers and a hundred of presentations at scientific meetings.
José Antonio Fraiz
University of Orense, Spain
Professor of “Marketing and market research”, director and principal investigator of the research group in tourism of the Faculty of Business and Tourism, University of Vigo. He also conducts several research projects for enterprises and for tourism public and private institutions.
Doctorate in Business Economics (specialization in Strategic Planning in Tourism) from the University of Santiago of Compostela, Spain, with a post-graduation in Industrial Quality and International Businesses from the Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, coordinates the master degree in Tourism and Business Development and the post-graduation in Tourism and Hotel Management. He is also the executive director and researcher at the Centre of Interdisciplinary Investigation and of Community Intervention (CIIIC).
Instituto Politécnico de Tomar, Portugal
Doctorate in History of Art, professor and coordinator of the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, director of the Department of Culture and Tourism Management, and scientific director of the master degree in Product Development of Cultural Tourism. He is also the technical Director of the Agricultural Museum of Riachos. At the moment attends a post-doctoral course in Tourism at the University of Aveiro.
Luís Paulo Saldanha Martins
Professor at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto, with a five-year degree, a master, doctorate and aggregation in geography is the director of the Department of Geography and researcher on issues related to geography of leisure and tourism with numerous individual and collective publications. He is also a member of CEGOT (Centre of Studies of Geography and Territory Planning).
Maria Cruz del Rio
University of Orense, Spain
Doctorate in Management and Business Administration from the University of Vigo, professor of “Business Organization” at the Faculty of Business and Tourism in Orense, lectures in various post-graduations at the University of Vigo and in the master degree in Tourism and Business Development at ISCET, in Porto.
University of MUGLA, Turkey
Associate professor of Marketing at the School of Tourism and Hotel Management of the University of Mugla, Turkey, with a doctorate in Tourism, from the Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom. His work on “Tourism and Quality” was considered one of the best scientific works by the European Foundation for Quality Management for the years 2000/2001 and he was also recognised as one of the most productive researchers in the field of tourism in the scientific world by the Tourism Management Journal.
University of Canterbury, New Zeland
Professor of Marketing and Tourism at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, doctorate from the University of West Australia, in Perth and author of over 40 books and 250 scientific papers.
University Paris Descartes, Sorbonne, Paris
Member of University Institute of France, professor of Sociology at the University of Paris Descartes-Sorbonne, doctorate in sociology and humanities, doctor “Honoris Causa” by the University of Bucarest, Romania, author of numerous prestigious books, was awarded the “Légion d’Honneur”, the highest French decoration and also the winner of the Grand Prize of Human Sciences attributed by the “Academie Française”, in 1992.
University of Perpignan, France
Amirou is Professor at the University of Perpignan and Lecturer at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3 and the Institut Catholique de Paris. He is also head of group discussion on the Tourism Foundation Concorde and member of the National Tourism Board.
London Metropolitan Business School, United Kingdom
Stephen Page is a Senior Professor in Sustainable Tourism Management at London Metropolitan Business School, London. Prior to joining the University in 2010, he was Scottish Enterprise Professor of Tourism Management at the University of Stirling. He is the author, editor and co-author of 33 books on tourism and leisure and co-editor of the top tourism journal - Tourism Management.
Lecturer and researcher at the University of Azores in the fields of regional economy, environment and land management, doctorate in Economics at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom, coordinates the master degree in Management of Nature Conservation. He is both a member of the coordinating commission of the Ph.D course degree in Landscape, Biodiversity and Society and of the Portuguese Association for Regional Development.
Xosé Manuel Santos Solla
University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Doctorate in Geography from the University of Santiago de Compostela, professor of Human Geography and director of CETUR (Centre for Tourism Studies).
Luís Ferreira – ISCET
Cristiana Oliveira - ISCET
Jorge Ricardo Pinto - ISCET
José Henrique Mourão – ISCET
Maria Gabriela Guimarães - ISCET
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