Técnico owns a very rich museum’s collections that represent the history, identity and culture of engineering in Portugal.
Celebrating the European Year of Cultural Heritage and in order to make known its cultural heritage, Técnico will organise a first meeting on May 18, the International Museum Day, where museum professionals, researchers, as well as students and professors will share their projects around the collections.
The ICOM’s Portuguese committee has chosen the theme “Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new public” for the International Museum Day 2018.
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The meeting “Técnico Museums: 1st Meeting” will take place on May 18, at DECivil museum, within the celebrations of the International Museum Day.
18th May | DECivil Museum | Civil Engineering Building | Alameda Campus
José Pinto Paixão (Vice-rector of ULisboa), Arlindo Oliveira (President of IST)
Civil Engineering Museum – “O Museu que também é uma galeria”
Faraday Museum – “Dois séculos de inovação na eletrotecnia”
Moisés Piedade, Carlos Ferreira Fernandes
Central Services Museum – “A célula adormecida”
IST Museums – Educational services
1 p.m.| 2.30 p.m. | Lunch
Collection of the Analysis Laboratory at IST (LAIST)
Collection of the Department of Chemical Engineering
Collection of computer equipment at Taguspark
Computer engineering at IST in the last 20 years
David de Matos
Augmented reality game – Faraday Museum
Rui Prada, Patrícia Gouveia and João Cardoso Barreto
4.10 p.m. – coffee break
Information Systems – IST Museums
João Nuno Silva and João Pina Pereira
Cultural heritage at C2TN – Contributions for the museums and society
M. Isabel Dias, M. Fátima Araújo and M. Isabel Prudêncio
Attendance is free.
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