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Phd programme in contemporary architecture.

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General Description Although the reflection on contemporary architectural production and the challenges it faces has been taking place in a context of curatorial and editorial activity, it is being avoided in the academic sphere, traditionally devoted to the subject of the History of Architecture. The PhD course at the Department of Architecture in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (UAL) is precisely aimed at breaking with the distancing of academia from the present time – believing that the research produced in this field could become instrumental to the construction of what will, in the future, be the history of the times we are now living in. With the added advantage of being taught in a country where several leading authors work, this PhD promotes advanced research projects which advocate effective interaction between the reflection done in the heart of the university and contemporary architectural production.

Organization of the Programme The full PhD consists of 180 ECTS, with 60 corresponding to the PhD course and 120 to the thesis preparation and defence, allowing students to complete their PhD in six semesters.

Semester 1 CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE SEMINAR I 350 hours/ T 15, TP 45 / 14 ECTS    / SEMINAR ON CURATORIAL PRACTICES 200 hours / T 15, TP 15 / 8 ECTS    / RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATION METHODS 200 hours / T 15, TP 15 / 8 ECTS Semester 2 CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE SEMINAR II 350 hours / T 15, TP 45 / 14 ECTS    / SEMINAR ON EDITORIAL PRACTICES 200 hours / T 15, TP 15 / 8 ECTS    / THESIS PROJECT LABORATORY 200 hours / T 15, TP 15 / 8 ECTS    / THESIS PROJECT

750 hours / OT 60 / 30 ECTS

Semester 4 THESIS LABORATORY I 750 hours / OT 60 / 30 ECTS / PROGRESS REPORT

Semester 5 THESIS LABORATORY I 750 hours / OT 60 / 30 ECTS

Semester 6 THESIS LABORATORY I 750 hours / OT 60 / 30 ECTS / THESIS DEFENCE

Students who have successfully completed the course units for the first two semesters, equivalent to 60 ECTS, may request a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Architecture. The PhD is awarded to those who have obtained 180 ECTS credit units through successfully completing their advanced studies (60 ECTS credit units) and thesis preparation (120 ECTS credit units), including its defence and approval.

COORDINATION Ricardo Carvalho and Marta Sequeira

FACILITIES This course will take place in the facilities of the UAL Department of Architecture in Campo de Ourique, Lisbon. The conditions there are in line with best international practices in scientific research (including access to a specific documentation centre on the scientific area of architecture and permanent workstations for each student, as well as spaces for collaborative research work).

START DATE OF THE THIRD EDITION March 2024

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Contemporary Architecture Seminar I covers the main goals of research production in the context of this PhD: (1) the transformation of architectural design, characterised by its uniqueness, into a vehicle for universal knowledge, and (2) the transformation of a process that is cryptic in nature, design, into stable encoding – into something that can be conveyed through writing – generating objective knowledge that is available to all. This course unit promotes analysis of the work done by some of the main contemporary players, with the aim of studying how works of architecture are created and investigating some of the theoretical and methodological assumptions architectural design is based on. Course leaders:   Ricardo Carvalho

The main aim of the Seminar on Curatorial Practices is to explore the points of contact and permeability between curatorial practices and the actual act of designing architecture. The students will be challenged to reflect on the intellectual work that lies beyond the material nature of the exhibition, the ways of building narratives and the constellation of conceptual and procedural relationships that sustain the production of a curatorial project in the area of architecture. It is aimed at: (1) exploring the potential of curatorial practices as an analytic research tool and a means for formal and critical expression by the architect, (2) providing PhD students with a solid background in the practices, methodologies and lines of questioning in the field of curatorship, and (3) promoting the development of critical analysis, independent research and practical experimentation skills suitable for integration into the specific nature of PhD research projects. Course leader:   Rute Figueiredo

The aim of Research and Dissemination Methods is to deal with the topics inherent to (1) general scientific research methods, (2) research methods in architecture in particular and, specifically, (3) research methods on the present time. The course unit explores some of the traditional approaches of the history of architecture, as well as others that have remained outside the conventional academic sphere. It explores the traditions arising from these approaches, as well as the controversy that has been generated around them. Course leaders:   Nuno Mateus ,  Filipa Ramalhete

While Contemporary Architecture Seminar I began with an analysis of a concrete project, this course unit begins with an analysis of a topic, with the aim of stimulating the capacity for transversal analysis of a problem. The main goal of this course unit is to promote the analysis of some of the main contemporary topics, stimulating the intellectual autonomy of the students – as potential researchers in architecture, but also, and mainly, as potential architects. The intention is to build a privileged space for discussion at the highest level, with contributions from different disciplinary areas – sociology, geography, land-use planning, landscaping, urban planning, agronomy, territorial policies. Course leader:  Marta Sequeira

The Seminar on Editorial Practices explores the vast field of architectural publications as a privileged place for the production and dissemination of academic discourse, throughout the 20th century and up to the present day. The goal is to explore the relationship between historical awareness and editorial practice and to guide intellectual preparation for the alternative activities in architecture, engaged in both by institutions of power and by the resistant fringes, both of which are almost always outside of academia. It is within this context that we have structured this course unit, whose main goals are to chart and assess the role of the main publications that have marked architectural discourse since the 20th century and to understand how editorial practice can be considered an essential tool for questioning and criticising architectural thought and action, while at the same time being capable of opening up new lines of action and thought. Course leader:   Bárbara Silva Other professors:   Pedro Baía

The main aim of this course unit is to provide the students with the tools that will allow them to develop their abilities to manage, organise, develop and present an advanced research project in architecture, demystifying and implementing the concept of advanced training in architecture based on research into contemporary architecture. At the end of the course unit, students should have acquired the following skills: (1) the ability to define a research topic as well as the study object, (2) the ability to define the state of the art and explain the originality of the work, (3) the ability to define the methodology to be used, and (4) the ability to draw up the bibliography. This course unit is also aimed at providing support to students in the preparation of a funding request for their PhD research proposal. Course leaders:   Marta Sequeira ,  Nuno Mateus ,  Manuel Aires Mateus

Semesters 3,4,5&6

These studies are aimed at stimulating participation in research teams, as well as the development of discussion and feedback mechanisms through attending advanced courses, participation in conferences and seminars, presentation of communications at scientific congresses and meetings, publishing articles in journals and working together on teaching programmes in the specific area of architecture. Independent student work and tutorials are prioritised during the final two years, thus complying with a policy of encouraging the dissemination of the results in international publications, as well as periods of research at national and international centres of high repute.

Academic staff:   Bárbara Silva ,  Filipa Ramalhete ,  Manuel Aires Mateus ,  Marta Sequeira ,  Nuno Mateus ,  Pedro Baía ,  Ricardo Carvalho ,  Rute Figueiredo

The academic staff is made up of researchers and professionals who have attained wide recognition both nationally and internationally. There is a strong international bent due both to their varying origins and their solid experience in different places. The course content is based on the areas worked on by the different members of the academic staff, whose competency has been proven by their careers – in research, curating and editing contemporary architecture – and the very prestigious international awards they have won.

Bárbara Silva graduated in Architecture from the Faculty of Science and Technology in Universidade de Coimbra (2003). She has a PhD in Project Theory and Practice from ETSAM Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (2016) and has been a professor at the Department of Architecture in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa since 2019. Bárbara has been a professor and guest professor at several national and international academic institutions, namely: the Department of Architecture in Universidade de Coimbra (2019); the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning in PUC, Rio de Janeiro (2017 – 2019); Escola da Cidade – Arquitectura e Urbanismo São Paulo (2010-2011); ETSAM Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (2009-2010, 2011-2012); Facoltá di Architettura di Alghero (2008). In 2010, she founded NOTE – an independent cultural platform dedicated to dissemination and debate on architecture through exhibitions, conferences and publications. She has been the director of the Architecture Gallery in Lisbon since 2018. She developed curatorial projects such as “Playgrounds, Mansilla & Tuñón” (Vicenza, 2009) and “Architectural Season” in Boavista Gallery (Lisbon 2012 – 2016) and “Local X Global: architecture as a place” (São Paulo, 2013). She edited the books:  Modern Masterpieces Revisited, Luís Santiago Baptista  (2016);  Homeland, News from Portugal – Archive  (2014),  PROAP: Landscape Architecture  (2010), and others. She also worked with Falcão de Campos (Lisbon, 2003-2005), Mansilla + Tuñón (Madrid, 2005-2008). Courses taught:  Seminar on Editorial Practices ORCID:   https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6753-0925 Email:   [email protected]

Filipa Ramalhete has a degree in Anthropology from the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences in Universidade NOVA, a master’s degree in Spatial Planning and Environment and a PhD in Environmental Engineering – Spatial Planning, from the Faculty of Science and Technology (FCT) in Universidade NOVA – with a thesis on Historical Centres and Land-Use Planning. She was an FCT postdoctoral researcher at the e-GEO research centre in Universidade NOVA. She has written several books and essays focused on interdisciplinary approaches to space and territory, both from applied and theoretical perspectives. She is an integrated researcher at CICS.Nova and the director of the CEACT/UAL research centre – where she has coordinated and taken part in numerous research projects with several institutional partners (e.g. Lisbon Neighbourhoods, Almirante Reis Atlas, in situ/, ASSIM – Activating Service-Sharing at InterMunicipal Scale) – and is the director of the journal, Estudo Prévio ( www.estudoprevio.net ). She has been a professor in the Department of Architecture in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa since 2002. She is currently a lecturer on the PhD course in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa. Courses taught :  Research and Dissemination Methods ORCID :   https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6139-7676 Email :  [email protected]  

Manuel Aires Mateus, architect, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. After a period spent working with architect Gonçalo Byrne, he and Francisco Aires Mateus founded the AIRES MATEUS firm in Lisbon (1988). He has been a professor at the Architecture Academy in Università della Svizzera Italiana (since 2001) and in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (since 1998). He has also lectured at design seminars in international universities, namely: the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana; Harvard Graduate School of Design; Oslo School of Architecture; Universidad de Navarra; College of Architecture, Art and Planning, Cornell University. His architectural work has been widely recognised, namely: at the Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism of Asunción (2019) and São Paulo (2016);  Ecola Award  (2019); the  lledó Arquitectura Ibérica Prize  (2018); the  Wallpaper Design Award  (2018);  FAD Prize  (Special Mention, 2008);  Contract World Prize  (2007);  Enor Prize  (2006);  RS04 Residencia Singular  (2004);  Valmor Prize  (2002). He was nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture –  Mies van der Rohe Award  (2009, 2013, 2017). His work has been extensively published – in monographs such as El Croquis, Arquitectura Viva, GA, A + U, 2G, C3, A.MAG – and he has been a regular presence at the Venice Architecture Biennale, with the exhibitions:  Ground  (2021);  Field  and the Portuguese Pavilion  Public without Rhetoric  (2018);  Fenda  (2016);  Radix  (2012);  Voids  and the Portuguese Pavilion  No Place Like  (2010). He has also exhibited at Ville et Culture in Rabat (2018); Milan Design Week (2017); Chicago Architecture Biennial (2017); and Centre de Création Contemporaine Olivier Debré CCCOD (2015). Courses taught:   Research and Dissemination Methods ,  Thesis Project Laboratory Email:   [email protected]

Marta Sequeira has a professional degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture in Universidade Técnica de Lisboa and a PhD in Architectural Projects from Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona – with a thesis on the Corbusian public space and its relationship with the Greek and Roman public space. With this thesis, she won the University Texts of Social and Human Sciences competition and the ICAR-CORA Prize for the Best Doctoral Thesis. She has written several books and essays on contemporary Portuguese architecture and international modern architecture, which have been published in Portugal, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, Lithuania, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and the United States of America. She has received the  Prix de la Recherche Patiente  – the most prestigious international award on Corbusian Studies, awarded annually by Fondation Le Corbusier (Paris) – with the research presented in  Towards a public space. Le Corbusier and the Greco-Latin tradition in the modern city , published by the multinational publishing house Routledge. She also won, with her architectural practice, the  AZ Award of Merit 2019, and she was a finalist in the  FAD Award in 2018 and 2019, as well as the  BigMat International Architecture Award 2019. Courses taught: Contemporary Architecture Seminar II , Thesis Project Laboratory ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8625-3049 Email: [email protected]

He has a PhD in Architecture Theory and Practice from the Faculty of Architecture in Universidade de Lisboa (2013) and a master’s degree in Science in Architecture and Building Design from Columbia University (1989). He graduated in Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (1984). He worked with Peter Eisenman in New York from 1987 until 1991 and with Daniel Libeskind in Berlin in 1991 and he was the director of the Architecture Department in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (2004 – 2007). He is currently a professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Universidade de Lisboa and in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa. He has taught in several different architectural schools in Portugal and abroad. He has lectured on the work of ARX in different countries and been on the panel of judges at several national and international architectural competitions and professional awards. In 1991, he founded ARX Portugal Arquitectos with José Paulo Mateus. The work done by ARX has received several prizes, selections, nominations and honourable mentions such as the  International Architecture Awards – The Chicago Athenaeum ,  Prize in Architecture , International Association of the Art Critics, European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture –  Mies van der Rohe Award ,  FAD Award ,  Secil Prize , among others. ARX projects have been widely published in articles and referenced in specialist newspapers and journals around the world. He has also published some monographs, such as:  Dez Obras , ARX Portugal Arquitectos, Casa Editrice Libria, Italy, 2020,  ARX Portugal 1991-2015 , Verbo, 2015,  Brick is Red , Author Edition, 2013,  Ílhavo Maritime Museum , Caleidoscópio, 2004,  Realidade-Real , CCB,1993, and  A Second Nature , Editorial Blau, 1993. Courses taught:  Thesis Project Laboratory Email: [email protected]

Pedro Baía is an architect, editor, professor and researcher, the founder and director of the publishing house,  Circo de Ideias , and architecture critic at the  Público  (since 2017) and  O Primeiro de Janeiro  (2007-2008) newspapers. He joined the editorial teams of  Jornal Arquitectos  (2013-2015) and  NU  magazine (2002-2004) and was the architecture editor of  Artecapital  (2008-2015). He is a member of AICA – International Association of Art Critics (since 2017) and of  Friendly Fire   (since 2010) and has written, edited and co-edited several books:  Nuances: os lugares da arquitectura  (2021),  Manuel Correia Fernandes. 18 Obras  (2021),  A Recepção do Team 10 em Portugal  (2020),  Porto Brutalista  (2019),  Nuno Portas. 18 Obras Partilhadas  (2019), a special issue of  Joelho , “Team 10: Debate and Media in Portugal and Spain” (2019),  Bartolomeu Costa Cabral. 18 Obras  (2016),  Koolhaas Tangram  (2014) and  Berlin: Critical Reconstruction  (2008). He has been a researcher at Lab2PT in Universidade do Minho (since 2015) and CEACT/Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (since 2021) and guest assistant professor at Escola de Arquitectura, Arte e Design, Universidade do Minho (2014- 2017; 2021), in Project 1, Architectural Theory 2 and Art and Contemporary Architecture Movements, and in Radical Thinking in Architecture (2021). He has a PhD in Architectural Theory and History from Universidade de Coimbra, with the thesis “From Broadcast to Reception: Reflections of Team 10 in the Portuguese Architectural Culture 1951-1981” (2014). Courses taught:   Seminar on Editorial Practices ORCID:   https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4582-919X Email: [email protected]

Ricardo Carvalho is a professor of Architecture at the Department of Architecture in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa and has been dean of the university since 2013. He has a degree in Architecture (Faculty of Architecture, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, 1995), and has a PhD (Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa 2012) on urban form and collective housing. He is also a practising architect with a studio, Ricardo Carvalho Architects & Associates, based in Lisbon. Ricardo was a visiting professor at BTU Brandenburg University (2009-2012), UNAV Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universidad de Navarra (2013), Carleton University (2016-2017) and Università Iuav di Venezia (2017 and 2021). He has published several books –  A Cidade Social  (Tinta-da-China 2016),  Is Time a Raw Material?  (IUAV 2017),  Power/ Architecture  (Lars Muller 2017) and  Work Situation Process  (A+A 2021) – and scientific articles and has curated exhibitions and organised scientific events. Ricardo’s work has been presented at exhibitions, such as “OVERLAPPINGS. Six Portuguese Architecture Studios” in the Royal Institute of British Architects in London (2009); “Portugal Convida” in FAD, Barcelona (2010); “Tradition is Innovation” in the Ozone design centre in Tokyo (2011); “Lisbon Ground” at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2012), “A Room for Mexico City” in Liga, Mexico City (2013) and “Haus Wittgenstein, Art, Architecture & Philosophy” at MAAT Museum, Lisbon (2018). He was nominated for the European Architecture Prize – the  Mies van der Rohe European Award  in 2015 and 2022 and for the  Swiss Architectural Prize  in 2020. Courses taught:   Contemporary Architecture Seminar I Email: [email protected]

Rute Figueiredo is an architect (Faculty of Architecture in Universidade Técnica de Lisboa) and architectural historian (MA in Art History, Universidade NOVA), who has long been studying the interplay between architecture and the institutions of critical mediation and discursive construction. She has a PhD in Sciences in Architecture from the ETH Zürich-Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Université Rennes 2. Author of the book  Architecture and Critical Discourse in Portugal  ( José Figueiredo Prize  2008), she set up and coordinated the scientific project Site of Discourse, sponsored by Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (2012-15). Her work has been funded by the Swiss National Scientific Foundation, ETH-Zurich, the European Union’s Horizon 2020, and Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. She is an associate researcher at the scientific network Mapping Architectural Criticism and publishing editor of  Histories of Post War Architecture  journal. Rute is an integrated researcher at CEAA in Escola Superior Artística do Porto, working in the international consortium MODSCAPES (HERA) and co-coordinating the research axis Strong Relations: Studies on Architecture History, Theory and Criticism. She is currently a lecturer on the PhD course in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa. Courses taught:   Seminar on Curatorial Practices ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1525-8429 Email: [email protected]

RESEARCH CENTRE

The Centro de Estudos de Arquitetura, Cidade e Território (Centre of Architecture, City and Territory Studies) at Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (CEACT/UAL) has been an independent research group since 2011 and promotes research related to the theory and practice of architecture. Its goals are: to contribute to improving quality in the theory and practice of architecture in Portugal; to produce and disseminate R&D projects in the area of architecture and land-use planning; to provide support to architecture students and professors in their academic practices; to support advanced training for human resources, particularly in the area of developing teaching careers and providing guidance for master’s and PhD projects; to hold seminars, conferences and activities to disclose the results of research and other projects developed under the scope of the master’s degree in architecture; to be part of international research projects, fostering the participation of researchers in R&D projects and international conferences; to promote the publication of scientific books and articles. Over the years, CEACT/UAL has developed academic and applied research projects and published several books. It also publishes the indexed journal, Estudo Prévio .

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PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series Una mirada documental sobre el habitar Arturo Franco 25/05/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series Architecture as Contact Zone: Towards Another Definition of Architectural Authorship Tom Avermaete 17/05/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series O que aprendi com Peter Zumthor Manuel Aires Mateus 11/05/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series A Casa de Siza (sine distantia) João Luís Carrilho da Graça 04/05/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Da Escola de São Paulo ao Museu Nacional dos Coches Ricardo Bak Gordon 27/04/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series Mies-Bauhaus Eduardo Souto Moura 06/04/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series Histories of Architecture Then and Now: Teory and Pratice in the Anthropocene Anthony Vidler 23/03/2022

PhD Seminar Da/UAL – Public Lecture Series The Drawing and the Design. An Experience of Archive Nial Hobhouse 22/11/2021

PhD Seminar Da/UAL Contemporary Architecture and Research 15/11/2021, 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Centro Cultural de Belém, Small Auditorium

The PhD course at the Department of Architecture in Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa focuses on reflection on contemporary architectural production. This course is intended to break with the distancing of academia from the present time – in the belief that the research produced in this field could become instrumental in the construction of what will, in the future, be the history of the times we are now living in. In this context, the first international seminar organised under the scope of this course is aimed at presenting the new PhD programme, showing three paradigmatic research projects and opening up debate on the utility of research into contemporary architecture.

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PARTNERSHIPS

Casa da Arquitectura , Matosinhos  Drawing Matter , Yarlington  Fondation Le Corbusier , Paris 

REQUIREMENTS

The following may apply for the PhD in Architecture:

  • a) Holders of a master’s or legally equivalent degree in a field of knowledge compatible with architecture;
  • b) Holders of a bachelor’s degree or candidates with a particularly relevant academic, scientific and/or professional career that is recognised by the Scientific Council in a reasoned opinion attesting to their capacity for engaging in these studies;
  • c) Candidates with an academic, scientific and/or professional career that is particularly relevant and recognised by the Scientific Council in a reasoned opinion attesting to their capacity for engaging in these studies.

The recognition referred to in subparagraphs (b) and (c) falls under the competence of the Scientific Council, following a proposal from the Department of Architecture’s Scientific Commission, through a reasoned opinion attesting to their capacity for engaging in these studies; the purpose of this is solely for gaining access to studies leading to a PhD. It does not grant the holder any equivalence of bachelor or master’s degrees.

APPLICATION PROCESS

The application must be formalized at https://candidaturas.grupoceu.pt/cssnet/page . In case of doubt, ask for clarification by telephone.

Student secretary Rua de Santa Marta, nº 58G Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 7:30 pm Email: [email protected] and [email protected] Phone: (+351) 21 317 76 00

Candidates should present following documents:

  • a) Identification file;
  • b) Diplomas held by the candidate;
  • c) Curriculum Vitae (consisting of general information, academic qualifications and professional and/or scientific production);
  • d) Portfolio (projects and/or publications).

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The programme accepts only 15 candidates per year in order to ensure excellence in teaching by the academic staff.

Candidates will be selected through a global assessment which will take the following parameters into account:

  • a) Academic qualifications (20%)
  • b) Career (40%)
  • c) Interview (40%)

Candidates will be classified according to the points obtained and the final results will be published on the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa internet page.

€4138,20 (1 st year), €850 (2 nd year), €850 (3 rd year)  

SCHOLARSHIPS

The first six in the classification process will be granted a scholarship in accordance with the regulations in force .

Applications : First phase – 1 October 2023 – 4 December 2023 Second phase – 5 December 2023 – 5 February 2024 

Preliminary Results (including scholarship results): First phase – 11 December 2023 Second phase – 12 February 2024

Final Results (including scholarship results): First Phase – 21 December 2023 Second Phase – 22 February 2024

Start date : 8 March 2024

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PhD in Architecture

General objectives of the course, admission requirements.

The selection and ranking of candidates is governed according to "Rules of Doctoral Programs in FCTUC”. Access requirements are a Bachelor or a Master degree in a field of knowledge compatible with Architecture.

Candidates should check the admission requirements available on this site, in addition to the information provided here.

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Nuno Alberto Leite Rodrigues Grande [email protected]

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To obtain the PhD degree in Architecture the candidate must present and defend a Doctoral Thesis and have a mandatory amount of 180 ECTS.

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Course Type 3rd Cycle Studies

DGES Code : 9337

Qualification Awarded : Doutor

Duration : 3 Year(s)

ECTS Credits : 180.0

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Nº Registo : R/A-Ef 1518/2011

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The Lisbon School of Architecture, or simply “the School” as people call it, since it dates back to the 16th century, is now one of the 18 faculties and institutes belonging to the University of Lisbon, following the merger between the classical University of Lisbon and the Technical University of Lisbon in 2013. The scientific areas covered by the newly formed university range from sciences and engineering to the arts and the humanities, and include architecture and design. It has an intake of over 40.000 students and is one of the top European universities in the Shanghai ranking. ULisboa has several campuses in various locations in Lisbon. The FA is one of four faculties located in the Ajuda Campus in the west of Lisbon, on a hill close to the Monsanto Park, 20 min from the city centre.

The Lisbon School of Architecture offers courses leading to undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees in the fields of Architecture, Urban Planning, Building Interiors and Renovation, Design and Fashion Design. It also offers non-degree courses that provide complementary training to professionals who wish to acquire more in-depth knowledge. This wide range of training makes the FA the largest and most diversified school in the country in its fields, with about 3 thousand students. It is also the school with the largest number of foreign exchange students from Europe, but also from countries in other continents with which the FA has exchange agreements.

As a modern school that tries to combine tradition and innovation, FA is a reference institution in the professional training of architects, urban planners and designers, as well as in the production of socially recognized specialized and interdisciplinary research. So, for studying Architecture or Design related courses, our Lisbon School of Architecture is the most well-known and awarded institution in Portugal.

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2571 students (322 Bachelor, 2056 Master, 193 PhD), 9% of foreign students.

167 staff members (167 full-time and approx. 0 visiting lecturers and critics).

Services: Student Association: AEFA Events: 4th Conference: Platform for Sustainable Growth 2nd Seminar AEUALP: call for papers Património Arquitectónico da UTL (exposition)

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The Student Support Services of Universidade de Lisboa may provide accommodation in the university residences. The university has several residences scattered throughout Lisbon, although these are not enough to satisfy the demand. Besides this option, students often rent rooms in private homes or apartments together with other students. There are affordable private residences for university students in the center of Lisbon. The university provides some contacts upon request.

Tuition fees are around € 1,064.00 per year for undergraduate and graduate degree programs; € 3,500.00 for two years of non-integrated masters and € 6,500.00 for the three years of doctoral programs. For international students, the tuition fee is € 7,000 per year.

Students who fail to complete their course within the expected number of years will have to pay extra tuition for each additional semester. The annual fees can be paid in 3, 4 or 10 instalments, according to the payment plan adopted, with the 10-instalment plan intended for students with proven financial difficulties.

Bsc: 180 ECTS / length: 3 years Msc: 120 ECTS / length: 2 years

Various PhD Programmes: PhD in Architecture, PhD in Urbanism, PhD in Design

Various Undergraduate study programmes: BA in Design, BA in Fashion Design

The curriculum provides acquisition of generic and professional competencies.

In the Integrated Master Programme there are two cicles. The 1st Cicle of Study, equivalent to a bachelor, is received after the successful completion of the III year of this five-year integrate programme, then the students acquire an undergraduate degree, completing 180 ECTS. This degree does not allow access to the profession of architect but does allow assisted participation in architectural and urbanistic activities.

The professional skills are obtained after successful completion of the 2nd Cicle or 10th semester of the programme, the Master, it provides the legal competencies to the architecture profession, and the future Architect can then choose the specialization area. In this School the areas available are: Architecture, Urbanism and Interior Architecture and Rehabilitation of Constructed Spaces.

For those wanting to continue education after the completion of a Master doctoral programmes are offered, as 3rd Cicle of Studies. The Areas are: Urbanism, Architecture and Design.

We also provide undergraduate programmes, as the Bachelors in: Design and Fashion Design, as well as Master Programmes in the fields of Communication Design, Product Design, Interaction Design and Fashion Design.

The bachelor study in Design aims to provide a structured and consistent training based on a study plan that includes an integrated set of course units, coordinated by the groups of disciplinary areas from the Lisbon School of Architecture (Technologies, Social Sciences, Drawing and Visual Communication, and History and Theory). The study cycle is structured in six semesters, throughout which we promote a complementarity of disciplines, course units and their respective programmatic contents and exercises. The aims of the study are to provide a comprehensiveness of knowledge in the specific domain of Design and a ‘culture of doing’ that are adequate to both the continuation of specialization studies in the areas of Product and Service Design and Communication Design, as to an effective and qualitative professional practice.

As for the first study cycle in Fashion Design is characterized by a pragmatic approach with a wide spectrum of theoretical and practical programmatic contents, which aim to answer the challenges and the needs of the current range of professional territories related to the fashion industry. Throughout the three curricular years, the interdisciplinarity of the programmatic contents is supported in wider umbrella concepts – namely, identity, function and materialization – which converge towards the development of the following competencies:

  • Understanding of historical, cultural and economic context of fashion and its possible intersections;
  • Establishing connections between theory and practice of fashion design;
  • Applying pragmatic methodologies/strategies in projects;
  • Strengthening the personal vision of the universe of fashion through the creation of concepts and their materialization in apparel, accessories, figurines and styling;
  • Capability of interrelation individually and in teams, and of work organization;
  • Capability of creation and communication of marketing strategies.

The Master degree in Architecture provided by the Lisbon School of Architecture aims to give students a set of competences, mostly of project-based nature, that allows them throughout the teaching/learning process, to recognize, question and experiment with ideas, facts and architectural knowledge of a complex and integrating nature. In this process, students operate on human creations, underlined with ways of scientific, humanistic and artistic thinking and expression, linked to territory – both natural and artificial – that we designate as the space inhabited by human beings. This study is composed by two cycles of studies (mandatory for the professional exercise, by the Portuguese Architects Association). The admission to the 2nd cycle can be done by students that have concluded the 1st cycle in a national homologous study. The procedure is subject to independent applications and places.

The specialization in Urbanism enriches the Integrated Master in Architecture with a reinforced approach on issues of urban nature, contributing to the training of a professional capable of thinking the city as their object of study, having an active role not only in spatial planning, but also in the life, culture and challenges of living in the City. This specialization provides, this way, a broader training, becoming a differentiation and competitiveness factor in the national and international labour markets.

The Integrated Master study in Architecture with specialization in Interiors and Building Rehabilitation is a complete study in Architecture, recognized by the Portuguese Architects Association and by the European Decree 2005/36/CE, with the same academic and professional recognition of the main branch of the integrated Master in Architecture, adding specific facets within the scope of qualification and detail of constructed spaces and the rehabilitation of the built, that might be determining of future success in integrating the labour market.

The Master study in Communication Design aims to develop and deepen the training of designers, capable of addressing current professional needs and to perform tasks in the specialized domain of Communication Design in project, teaching, research and through cultural action. The study aims at the acquisition of knowledge and analytical and reflexive skills, as well as the ability to problematize and think critically in a thorough and specialized way, within a frame of amplitude and versatility capable of responding to current and expectable needs within the professional spaces of area, encouraging productive thinking, and the detection of design and entrepreneurship opportunities.

The Master study in Product Design aims to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and analytical, reflexive, problematization and ‘broad-band’ critical skills, within a framework of amplitude and multifunctionality that is able to address current needs from the professional fields of Product Design. The study also aims to develop and deepen the training of professionals capable to fulfil tasks in the domain of Product and Service Design, in several areas – Project, Design and Innovation Management, Education, Research and Cultural Action – encouraging productive thinking, recognition of opportunities in design, and entrepreneurship.

Interaction design contributes to the creation of products, services and systems, with which we interact intuitively and efficiently. It is interaction designers’ intention to create material and functional conditions for behaviour change in people, both in large and small scales. The Master in Interaction Design results from a partnership between two schools of the University of Lisbon (Faculty of Architecture and Faculty of Fine Arts). It adds in this way multidisciplinary skills, corresponding to areas of knowledge which have been developed for several years in these Schools, through Laboratories and Research Centers. Knowledge and research developed are now gathered to establish a distinct training and contribute to professional and research needs in this area of activity.

The Master study in Fashion Design aims to develop a personal view of the world of fashion, by means of consolidation of knowledge and project, reflexive, creative and critical skills, within a framework of experimentation and versatility that is able to address current and expectable needs from the Fashion Design domains.

The cycle of studies leading to PhD degree includes:

– Undertaking a doctoral program, consisting of several courses as the curriculum of the course; – To prepare an original thesis, specially developed for this purpose, appropriate to the branch of knowledge or expertise and contribute to extending the frontiers of knowledge. – It seeks to foster a relationship between the three multidisciplinary courses, both in terms of common mandatory courses, or from optional courses.

CIAUD Research Centre for Architecture, Urban Planning and Design

The Research Centre for Architecture, Urban Planning and Design (CIAUD) operates under the respective Regulation, approved in a plenary session of the Scientific Council of FAUTL (Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Lisbon).

The mission of CIAUD is to promote the production, development and innovation in scientific, technological and artistic knowledge in the realms of architecture, urban planning and design and to interact with other disciplinary areas as well as with education and with society as a whole.

The Research Centre for Architecture, Urban Planning and Design began in May 2006, with the approval of the respective regulation by the Scientific Council of FAUTL. Until then, research projects under way at FAUTL, corresponding to Research and Development activities, frequently funded by FCT ( Foundation for Science and Technology ), were the result of the initiative of the researchers involved in them, individually or set up in groups.

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Founded in 1911, the University of Porto (U.Porto) is a benchmark institution for Higher Education and Scientific Research in Portugal and one of the top 200 European Universities according to the most relevant international ranking systems. The U.Porto combines high quality education focused on individual vocations and talents as well as market needs with the claim to being the greatest birthplace of science in Portugal.

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Doctorate in Design (PhD) Partially lectured remotely

The PhD in Design emerged in Portugal within the Lisbon School of Architecture. The current doctoral study results from the adaptation of the old study to the Bologna process, and presents a wide range of curricular units, which allows students to structure the study in accordance to their own research interests. The study is organized in diverse lines of research of a transdisciplinary nature. Given its relationship with the research centre (CIAUD), these lines frame students, researchers and teachers in finances research projects, directed towards the necessities of the labour market and of contemporary society.  

Applications are submitted exclusively on an online platform (Fenix), and you should consider the following options depending on your situation:

  • FA.ULisboa student/alumni candidates who hold an ULisboa account (Fenix ​​access username and password), must access  Fenix and through the "candidate" menu start the application process. If you do not remember your access password, you must recover access HERE .
  • Candidates external to FA.ULisboa and former FA.ULisboa students who do not hold a campus account must create a user account Fenix ​​ HERE .

Any questions or access difficulties, please contact us via email candidaturas@fa. ulisboa.pt .

In accordance to article 30 of the Decree no. 74/2006, published in the Diário da República (Official Journal) no. 60 of March 24, 2006; and no. 63/2016, published in the Diário da República (Official Journal) no. 176 of September 13, 2016, individuals are eligible to apply for a doctoral study: holding a master’s degree or legal equivalent; holding a bachelor’s degree [licenciatura] with the minimum grade for enrolment of 14 (fourteen) points; holding a bachelor’s degree, with an academic or scientific curriculum vitae that is especially relevant and that is recognized as demonstrating the capacity for the realization of the study cycle by the legal and competent scientific body of the Lisbon School of Architecture; or holding an academic, scientific and professional curriculum vitae that attests the capacity for the realization of the study cycle conducing to the degree of Doctor (PhD), and that is recognized as demonstrating the capacity for the realization of the study cycle by the legal and competent scientific body of the Lisbon School of Architecture. Candidates will only be admitted after a rigorous selection process.

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HCT – Total Contact Hours ECTS – European Credit System A – Architecture U – Urbanism D – Design DCV – Drawing and Visual Communication TAUD – Architecture, Urbanism and Design Technologies CST – Social and Territorial Sciences HTAUD – Architecture, Urbanism and Design History and Theory

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All those who are interested in applying for the Doctorate studies (PhD) at the Lisbon School of Architecture – FA ULisboa, must do so within the dates specified dated. The process is formalized through an online application , with which the following documents must be submitted: • Curriculum Vitae – Professional/Academic • Copy of the certificate of qualifications • Motivation letter exposing the topic of interest for the development of the thesis • Copy of the Citizen Card [Cartão de Cidadão] /I.D. Card and copy of the NIF [Fiscal number] /CPF

The FA provides its students with a wide set of spaces to support academic life in its diverse stages, including: the library, the reprography, the ‘espaço 24 horas’ (24-hour space, where students can develop their work), the editorial centre, the multimedia office, the photography and videography studio, the cartography and media library, the computing centre (CIFA), the fashion design sewing atelier, the workshops, the rapid prototyping lab (LPR), the colour lab (LABCOR), the photography and synthesis image lab (LAFIS), the 3D scanning lab, the intellectual property and knowledge transfer office, and the School’s incubator.

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for PhD students or for students of a course that does not award an academic degree.  The applicant should have: (1) a Master's degree in the scientific area of Architecture with a final average

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2 PhD Programs in Architecture in Portugal for 2024

Ph.d. in architecture, university of evora.

University of Evora

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The doctorate provides a space of training and advanced high-level research not only for those from the academy, but also for those who deal with architecture in the context of professional practice to whom this course presents the possibility of deepening knowledge and developing skills in the area of Architecture. The thesis can integrate practical work of the project in architecture as a form of advanced research, as a context of scientific research. The course is intended to work within an international context, empowering students to work in a high academic level in a global competitive; Provides transdisciplinary knowledge on conceptual, formal and practical issues, on critical thinking, in planning and accomplishment works such as context landscape, in a comprehensive way, as cultural heritage (monumental, industrial, urban, architectural and landscape) in a more specific way with research application.

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  • Porto, Portugal

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The PhD in Architecture at Universidade Lusófona do Porto has as its main objective the training of researchers and teachers in the field of Architecture. The present proposal aims to satisfy the need for innovative and creative training in the country and in the Portuguese-speaking space in its area of expertise, Architecture.

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The PhD in Architecture at Universidade Lusófona do Porto has as its main objective the training of researchers and teachers in the field of Architecture. The present proposal aims to satisfy the need for innovative and creative training in the country and in the Portuguese-speaking space in its area of expertise, Architecture.

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Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  (ECE) stands at the forefront of today’s rapidly evolving technology landscape. It equips students to emerge as leaders in the field by honing their engineering skills, fostering their creativity, and providing them with practical insights essential for innovating impactful solutions. The department actively contributes to advancing and sharing knowledge in diverse areas such as energy, healthcare, mobile systems, smart infrastructure, nanotechnology, storage systems, cyber-physical systems, data and network science, and more.

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  • Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical and Computer Engineering  (Ph.D. in ECE) The Ph.D. in ECE program guides students through research-intensive study of electrical and computer engineering fundamentals. With the help of a faculty advisor, students define an education and research program consistent with their background and career goals. This program is offered at several locations, including Pittsburgh, Portugal, Thailand, and Washington, D.C.

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Research Analyst Graduate Intern, Remote, Summer/Fall 2024

This role is considered remote, which means the employee will work remotely on an ongoing basis and will not have an assigned workspace at a Company designated location.

Job Summary:

About the role & program.

The People Research team is a part of the The Walt Disney Company People Insights department, crafted to deliver data insights that drive and inform long-term HR strategy through:

  • Delivering high quality consultation, products and services for people analytics
  • Deeply understanding the sentiment of our employees, leaders and candidates along with external research and industry trends
  • Enabling data driven people decisions for our businesses and talent strategies

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The Research Analyst Graduate Intern is responsible for supporting The Walt Disney Company's research strategies through research and analysis of current workplace trends. This includes the locating, reading, analyzing, and summarizing of literature as well as validating the literature’s sources across academia, practice, and pop culture.

Job Responsibilities :

  • Capture requirements for key research topics
  • Search and scan available literature and research on these topics
  • Read and critically analyze each item
  • Collate all research and identify the strongest themes
  • Summarize all these and their relationship to the original research topic request
  • Build summary presentations as needed
  • Present and explain findings to key peer and client groups
  • Proactively identify ways to improve research approaches, tools, and methods

Required Qualifications & Skills

  • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
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  • Expertise with Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • High degree of initiative and creativity
  • Ability to handle highly confidential information
  • Previous work experience

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  • Experience with exploratory and descriptive research methodologies
  • Demonstrable ability to summarize and explain sophisticated concepts in an easy to understand format
  • Familiarity with search tools for both general and academic articles/summaries
  • A student pursuing a masters degree or PhD in Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources or a closely related field

Eligibility Requirements & Program Information

Candidates for this opportunity MUST meet all of the below requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in an accredited college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program OR must have graduated from a college/university within 6 months OR currently participating in a Disney College Program or Disney Professional Internship
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must not have completed one year of continual employment on a Disney internship or program
  • Must possess unrestricted work authorization

Additional Information

  • The approximate dates of this internship are June 2024 - January 2025
  • Candidate must be available to work full time hours (approximately 40 hours per week) for the duration of the internship
  • This internship is a remote position – Requires a working, reliable internet connection as well as a quiet, dedicated workspace.

About The Walt Disney Company (Corporate):

At Disney Corporate you can see how the businesses behind the Company’s powerful brands come together to create the most innovative, far-reaching and admired entertainment company in the world. As a member of a corporate team, you’ll work with world-class leaders driving the strategies that keep The Walt Disney Company at the leading edge of entertainment. See and be seen by other innovative thinkers as you enable the greatest storytellers in the world to create memories for millions of families around the globe.

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The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with the following business segments: Disney Entertainment, ESPN, Disney Parks, and Experiences and Products. From humble beginnings as a cartoon studio in the 1920s to its preeminent name in the entertainment industry today, Disney proudly continues its legacy of creating world-class stories and experiences for every member of the family. Disney’s stories, characters and experiences reach consumers and guests from every corner of the globe. With operations in more than 40 countries, our employees and cast members work together to create entertainment experiences that are both universally and locally cherished.

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