The ERASMUS+ FENICE Project (https://remit.upt.pt/fenice-pt/) was recently honoured with the Quality label for outstanding results award, presented by the Prime Minister of Bulgaria to the project coordinator from Varna University of Management. Along with other institutions, Universidade Portucalense participates in this project, which is coordinated internally by Prof Marília Durão, a researcher at REMIT. + […]
We are accepting submissions until 30/09/24 for a special issue of the “Journal of Infrastructure, Policy and Development” (Q2) on the theme of Smart Tourism and Sustainable Development.The issue is the responsibility of REMIT researchers Fátima Silva, Jorge Marques and Helena Albuquerque. Flyer
We are accepting submissions until 31/10/24 for a special issue of the journal Heritage (Q1) on the theme of Heritage Tourism and Sustainable City Dynamics. The issue is the responsibility of REMIT researchers Fátima Silva and Isabel Freitas. +info Important link
We are accepting submissions until 31/05/24 for a special issue of the journal Religions (Q1) dedicated to the theme Pilgrimage Routes, Sacred Places, and Contribution to Territories’ Sustainable Development. The issue is the responsibility of REMIT researcher Fátima Silva. +info Important Link
As part of his visit to UPT, Prof. Parikshat Manhas, a member of the REMIT External Monitoring Committee, presented a seminar to the researchers on 10 October entitled: “Evolving Paradigms in Tourism Research: A Call for Collaborative Solutions”.
As part of the SNAP+ – Photogrammetry Aided Surveying in Heritage Management project, the 3rd Photogrammetry Workshop (in Chidea) and the Transnational Project Meeting took place in Cluj-Napoca (Romania) between 01 and 03 October, at the premises of host partner Tektum Architectural Studio (RO). The main aim of this meeting was to evaluate the work […]
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As part of her visit to UPT, Prof. Larissa Batrancea, a member of the REMIT External Monitoring Committee, presented a seminar to the researchers on 20 September entitled: “What Drives Economic Behaviour? Brain Matters, Cutting-Edge Technology and Paramount Insights from Tax Behaviour and Cognitive Neuroscience”.
REMIT researcher Shital Jayantilal has been awarded the Schulze Publication Prize (2021), an important recognition for her research in the area of family businesses. The article “Playing the Succession Game to Ensure Family Business Continuity” (available here: https://lnkd.in/dbW3s5Qj) has already reached more than 30,000 views.