Presentation

Welcome to the website of the IV International Congress on Industrial Heritage, under the theme: Cities and Industrial Heritage.

Cities are one of the most remarkable exterior symbols of the industrial world. With the development of industrialization, the functions previously performed by the cities multiplied and became more complex, in a process that was accompanied by a strong urban growth.

The phenomenon of deindustrialization that occurred in the last decades brought a new look on the cities. Now, with a huge availability of empty industrial sites, it is necessary to find solutions that do not just go through their demolition.

Restoration and re-use are possible and appropriate measures to avoid this option, with advantages in the areas of preservation of historical memory, identity and urban balance as well as regeneration of economically depressed areas.

As main theme, this IV Congress proposes the presentation of practical examples and theoretical and methodological reflections on the various problems that today arise in the interventions made in the cities in order to safeguard their industrial heritage, as well as approaches in other areas themes such as Heritage, Architecture, Archaeology, Museology and Industrial Tourism.

Organization

Organizing committee

Prof.ª Doutora Alice Tavares,
Departamento de Engenharia Civil,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Aníbal Costa,
Departamento de Engenharia Civil,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor António Costa Valente,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor António Manuel Ferreira,
Departamento de Línguas e Culturas,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Carlos Costa,
Departamento de Economia,Gestão Engenharia Industrial e Turismo,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Fernando Almeida,
Departamento de Geociências,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Francisco Providência,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Joaquim da Costa Leite,
Departamento de Economia, Gestão, Engenharia Industrial e Turismo,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor José Manuel Lopes Cordeiro,
APPI/TICCIH – Portugal,
Universidade do Minho

Prof. Doutor Manuel Ferreira Rodrigues,
Departamento de Educação,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Nuno Rosmaninho,
Departamento de Línguas e Culturas,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Paulo Morgado,
Departamento de Geociências,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Pedro Pombo,
Fábrica. Centro Ciência Viva,
Universidade de Aveiro

Dra. Sónia Filipe,
Universidade de Coimbra

Prof.ª Doutora Susana Sardo,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof.ª Doutor António Costa Valente,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Executive Committee

Prof. Doutor José Manuel Lopes Cordeiro,
APPI/TICCIH – Portugal,
Universidade do Minho

Prof. Doutor Manuel Ferreira Rodrigues,
Departamento de Educação,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Paulo Morgado,
Departamento de Geociências,
Universidade de Aveiro

Scientific Committee

Prof.ª Doutora Alice Tavares,
Departamento de Engenharia Civil,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Aníbal Costa,
Departamento de Engenharia Civil,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor António Costa Valente,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor António Manuel Ferreira,
Departamento de Línguas e Culturas,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof.ª Doutora Beatriz Mugayar Kühl,
Faculdade de Arquitectura e Urbanismo,
Universidade de São Paulo

Doutor Bernardo Brasil Bielschowsky,
Instituto Federal de Santa Catarina e TICCIH Brasil

Prof. Doutor Carlos Costa,
Departamento de Economia, Gestão, Engenharia Industrial e Turismo,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Carlos J. Pardo Abad,
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia de Madrid

Prof.ª Doutora Cristina Meneguello,
UNICAMP – Universidade Estadual de Campinas e TICCIH Brasil

Doutora Diana Sanchez Mustieles,
Blog Patrimonio Industrial Arquitectónico

Doutor Domingo Cuéllar,
Grupo RENFE

Prof.ª Doutora Eduarda Vieira,
Escola de Artes,
Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Pólo Regional do Porto e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Prof. Doutor Eduardo Beira,
IN+ Centre for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research,
Instituto Superior Técnico

Prof. Doutor Eduardo Romero de Oliveira,
Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" e TICCIH Brasil

Prof.ª Doutora Elisa Calado Pinheiro,
Instituto de História Contemporânea,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Prof.ª Doutora Eugénia Santos,
Escola Superior de Tecnologia do Barreiro,
Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal

Prof. Doutor Fernando Almeida,
Departamento de Geociências,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Francisco Providência,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Francisco Silva Costa,
Departamento de Geografia,
Universidade do Minho

Prof. Doutor Gerardo J. Cueto Alonso,
Universidad de Cantabria e TICCIH Espanha

Prof. Doutor Gildo Santos,
Universidade de São Paulo

Mestre Graça Filipe,
Instituto de História Contemporânea,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa e APPI/TICCIH Portugal

Prof.ª Doutora Gracia López Patiño,
Universitat Politècnica de València

Doutor Hugo Silveira Pereira,
Centro Interuniversitário de História das Ciências e da Tecnologia,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof.ª Doutora Inmaculada Aguilar Civera,
Cátedra Demetrio Ribes,
Universidad de Valencia e TICCIH Espanha

Prof. DoutorJoão Paulo Avelãs Nunes,
Faculdade de Letras,
Universidade de Coimbra

Prof. Doutor Joaquim da Costa Leite,
Departamento de Economia, Gestão, Engenharia Industrial e Turismo,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor José M. Amado Mendes,
Universidade de Coimbra/Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa

Doutor José Manuel Brandão,
Instituto de História Contemporânea,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Prof. Doutor José Manuel Lopes Cordeiro,
Universidade do Minho e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Prof. Doutor Juan Manuel Cano Sanchiz,
Universidad de Córdoba

Prof. Doutor Julián Sobrino Simal,
Universidad de Sevilha e TICCIH Espanha

Prof. Doutor Maciel Morais Santos,
Faculdade de Letras,
Universidade do Porto e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Prof. Doutor Manuel Ferreira Rodrigues,
Departamento de Educação,
Universidade de Aveiro

Dr. Miguel Ángel Álvarez Areces,
TICCIH - Espanha

Prof. Doutor Miguel Ângelo Silva,
Faculdade de Arquitectura e Artes,
Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Prof. Doutor Nuno Rosmaninho,
Departamento de Línguas e Culturas,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Paulo B. Lourenço,
Departamento de Engenharia Civil,
Universidade do Minho

Prof. Doutor Paulo Guimarães,
Departamento de História,
Universidade de Évora

Prof. Doutor Paulo Morgado,
Departamento de Geociências,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Paulo Oliveira Ramos,
Universidade Aberta e Instituto de História da Arte,
FCSH/Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof.ª Doutora Paz Benito del Pozo,
Departamento de Geografía y Geología,
Universidad de León e TICCIH Espanha

Prof.ª Doutora Pilar Biel Ibáñez,
Universidad de Zaragoza e TICCIH Espanha

Prof. Doutor Ronaldo André Rodrigues da Silva,
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, TICCIH Brasil e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Mestre Rui Vieira,
Instituto de História Contemporânea,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa e APPI/TICCIH – Portugal

Dra. Sónia Filipe,
Universidade de Coimbra

Prof.ª Doutora Susana Sardo,
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte,
Universidade de Aveiro

Prof. Doutor Xoán Carmona Badía,
Universidad Santiago de Compostela e TICCIH Espanha

Congress Themes

MAIN THEME

Cities and
Industrial
Heritage

GENERAL THEMES

Study, preservation and promotion of industrial heritage;

Theory and methodology of industrial heritage and its archeology;

Conservation and restoration of industrial heritage;

Urban landscapes of industrial heritage;

Deindustrialization, cities and industrial heritage;

Transport and communications heritage;

Industrial museums and conservation of technical and industrial collections;

Inventories of industrial heritage;

Nomination and legal protection of industrial heritage;

Education and training in industrial heritage;

Industrial tourism;

Art and industrial heritage;

Railway heritage;

Geological and mining heritage: study, preservation and re-use;

Company archives;

Industrial archaeology and industrial heritage: future directions.

HOMAGE

In this Congress, we will pay tribute to the man of culture, the collector, to whom the University of Aveiro owes so much, to the friend of the Industrial Heritage that was Francisco Madeira Luis. We will announce here the form and the content of this homage.

Program

28-29 June 2018

(to disclose timely.)

30 June 2018

Post-Congress visits

(to disclose timely)

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

DEADLINES (important dates)

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Send to: appi.dir@gmail.com up to 15 April (presentation limit: 20 minutes / 15 slides for the presentation of each paper).

Notification of abstract acceptance (paper or poster): up to April 22.

Submission deadline for the final version of the Proceeding Papers/Posters: up to June 24 (maximum of 10,000 words, including notes, texts submitted after this date will not appear in the Congress Proceedings).

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

COMMUNICATIONS

- Title (paper or poster);
- Name(s) of the author(s);
- Maximum of 500 words (source: Verdana, size 11);
- Written in Portuguese, Spanish or English;
- Five keywords;
- CV of the authors (maximum length 1 A4 page);
- Mention of affiliation is mandatory;
- Posters in A0 format, vertical;
- In case of communications with several authors, must indicate the author for correspondence and respective email and telephone contacts;
- Each author may not submit more than two papers.

Note: In case of acceptance for presentation, final version of papers/posters are expected by June 24, 2018.

The abstracts and texts (papers or posters) must respect the guidelines addressed to the authors.

Papers are subjected to a double-blind pier view process.

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Registration Fees

CONGRESS

Registration (and visit) payment should be formalized in advance in EUR until April 30, 2018.
After that date the registration fee will suffer an increase of 20%.

General: 120,00 Euros
TICCIH members: 100,00 Euros
Full-time students: 90,00 Euros
A discount is available to full-time students only – verification must be provided on request

The registration fee for regular delegates includes:
- Admission to the Congress, the sessions, the poster area, and coffees (in the coffees-breaks);
- Congress documentation: Book of Abstracts and Proceedings (to be published later);
- Opening / Closing Session, Social and Cultural events.

To register to the IV International Congress on Industrial Heritage, please make an international bank transfer to the APPI bank account:

Name: Associação Portuguesa para o Património Industrial
Bank: Caixa Geral de Depósitos
SWIFT/BIC: CGDIPTPL
IBAN: PT50003507480000309023049

POST-CONGRESS VISITS

Post-Congress visit(s) to the Aveiro’s industrial heritage (to be held on June 30, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.).

Price of each visit: 40,00 Euros
(includes transportation, lunch and documentation).

Number of seats is limited, do not wait to sign up.

REGISTRATION FORM

1. Personal data

2. Payment data
General: 120,00 €
TICCIH members: 100,00€
Full-time students: 90,00€

3. Payment data
POST-CONGRESS VISITS

40,00 €

Send proof of payment to appi.dir@gmail.com

Place of Achievement

The Congress will take place on the premises of the University of Aveiro (Campus Universitário de Santiago) in Aveiro.

How to reach

FLYING TO PORTUGAL

Aveiro is easy to get to. The closest airport is Francisco Sá Carneiro International Airport, in Oporto, located 70 kms to the north of Aveiro. Portela International Airport in Lisbon is located 250 kms south of Aveiro. There are several low cost airlines from several European countries.

From Oporto airport:
Oporto airport à Railway station “Porto - Campanhã” à Aveiro
The trip between the airport and the railway station (called “Porto - Campanhã”), can be done by taxi (around 20€ and takes around 30 minutes) or using the Metro, which has a terminal at the airport (the ticket costs around 2€ (Z4 ticket) and it takes 32 minutes). There are regular and direct trains to Aveiro from “Porto – Campanhã” station. The train journey to Aveiro takes between 40 minutes and 1:10m and costs between 3 € and 19.5 €, depending on the type of train used. Please click here for train timetables and exact prices.

From Lisbon airport:
Lisbon airport à Railway station “Lisboa - Oriente” à Aveiro
The trip between the airport and the railway station (called “Lisboa – Oriente”), can be done by taxi (around 10 minutes and costs around 10€) or there are less expensive ways to get there: by Bus, for example (lines 5 and 44, 1.75 €) or using the Metro (Red line, 1.25 €). There are regular direct trains to Aveiro from “Lisboa - Oriente” station. The train journey to Aveiro takes between 2 and 3 hours and costs between 15.35 € and 26 €, depending on the type of train used. Please click here for train timetables and exact prices.

ARRIVING BY CAR

From the north, using the A1 motorway, or from the east, using the IP5/A25, follow in the direction of Lisbon. Exit the A1 in the direction of Aveiro and take the IP5/A25. There are two exits to the city from the IP5/A25, first "Aveiro-Norte" and some kilometres further on, the "Aveiro" exit. This second exit is best for reaching the University of Aveiro (the University is near the Hospital).

From the south, using the A1 motorway, follow in the direction of Porto. Exit the motorway at "Aveiro-Sul/Águeda" (exit 15) and follow the EN235 road directly to the University Campus (the University is near the hospital). From the south, using the A8 and A17 motorways, exit at "Aveiro-Sul” and follow the EN235 road directly to the University campus (the University is near the hospital).

These motorways have a system of electronic payment, please click here

Coordenadas GPS
40° 37' 53'' N
8° 39' 27'' W

Itinerary to the University of Aveiro

ARRIVING BY TRAIN

The simplest way of transportation to Aveiro is by train. Aveiro’s railway station is located in the city’s centre, about 20 minutes walking distance or 5 minutes taxi ride from the University Campus.

To reach the Campus, you can also use the bus Transdev/UrbAveiro (green line, lines 5, 6 or 7) , which departs at regular intervals from outside the railway station.

The arrival

To orient yourself in the Campus of the University of Aveiro, you can use the following Campus Map.

CAMPUS MAP

Accommodation

HOTELS IN AVEIRO

The city has numerous hotel units, among which:
Hotel Afonso V, Hotel As Américas, Hotel Aveiro Center, Hotel Aveiro Palace, Meliá Ria Hotel & Spa,
Hotel Moliceiro, Hotel das Salinas, Veneza Hotel.

Accommodation reservations should be handled directly by Congress participants.

General information

CUSTOMS

Please consult the portuguese customs regulations.

CREDIT CARDS / CASH MACHINES

All major credit cards are accepted widely, but not everywhere. If in doubt, ask in advance.

Cash-on-card services are available from selected American Express, Dinners Club, Mastercard and VisaCard addresses.

These cards are also accepted by all GWK currency Exchange outlets and change express offices.

ATM's are available in all major tourist, business and shopping areas. Taxi drivers generally only accept cash.

Banco de Portugal conversor.

CLIMATE

Summer (June to September) is Aveiro's driest and hottest season with average daytime temperatures peaking at 28ºC in August.

Weather forcaster for Aveiro.

ELECTRICITY

The electrical supply for Portugal is 220/230 Volts and the sockets are EU-standard.

If travelling from countries outside of European Union please check if you need an adapter and/ or transformer.

SCHEDULES

Buses
Everyday - 24 hours

Banks
Monday to Friday | 08H30-15H00

Shopping Centers
Every day | 10H00-24h00

Shops
Monday to Friday | 09H00-13H00 e 15H00-19H00. Saturday: 09H00- 19H00

Pharmacies
Monday to Friday: 09H00-13H00 | 15H00-19H00.

Emergency service
24 hours.

Meals
Lunch: 12H30-14H30
Dinner: 20H00-22h00

CURRENCY

The local currency is the Euro (€).

SAFETY

Aveiro is considered a very safe city but you should take normal, sensible precautions to avoid mugging, bag snatching and pick pocketing.
You should be extra vigilant at airports and railway stations. Do not leave your values unattended. most shops and accept credit and debit cards, so there is no need to carry a lot of cash.

VAT

Value added tax is paid at the time of purchase of a product or service. It is paid by everyone and there is no distinction between residents and non-residents.

TAXIS

Usually is only possible cash payment.

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

For all emergencies: 112

VISAS

Portugal is part of the European Union.
Many visitors can enter the European Union countries without a visa.
A valid ID card or a passport is all you need to enter Portugal, Check with the Portuguese embassy or consulate in your own country whether you need a visa.
They also have the necessary forms you have to complete.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT AVEIRO

Click Here.

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