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EU Sustainable Energy Award for ClimACT Project

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The ClimACT project coordinated by C2TN researcher Marta Almeida was awarded in the Youth Category of the EU Sustainable Energy Awards. The EU Sustainable Energy Awards' competition recognises the year's top sustainable energy projects in the categories of Engagement, Leadership, Innovation and Youth.


 read the online article with comments from Marta Almeida, researcher of C2TN and coordinator of this project

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Reviewer awards (2018)

isabeldiasM. Isabel Dias, researcher of C2TN, received the Certificate of Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing in recognition of the contributions made to the quality of the Journals "Applied Clay Science", "Chemosphere" and "Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports" (Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

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International Award for ClimACT Project


The Interreg Talks: 6 projects, 1 slam, created by the Interact program, brought together high-impact Interreg projects. In this challenge, at the EU Regions Week 2018, the finalist project was challenged to present itself to the public in a dynamic and interactive way. Following this concept, the ClimACT project invited 4 students from ClimACT schools in Portugal, Spain, France and Gibraltar, aged between 8 and 22 years to present the work done in ClimACT schools and explain the importance of each citizen's role in combating climate change. In this contest, the ClimACT project was awarded, bringing to Portugal the 2nd place in the competition!   


Springer Awards - C2TN at 1st Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences

During the 1st Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (AJG), held in Tunisia, Hammamet, from 11 to 15 November 2018, the paper presented by Paula M. Carreira member of DECN/IST and GREI - C2TN/IST, (P. Carreira, A. Lobo de Pina, A. Mota Gomes, J.M. Marques & F. Monteiro Santos) "Geochemical and isotopic marks for tracing groundwater salinization: Santiago Island, Republic of Cape Verde, case study", received the Springer Best Paper Award for the “Track 6: Advances in Sustainable and Environmental Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Hydrochemistry" of the AJG Conference.

Paula M. Carreira also received the “Springer Best Reviewer Award” and the “Springer Certificate of Appreciation” related to the word performed as a reviewer at the 1st Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (CAJG).

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More info at the Conference website.

In the top five most cited papers of Indoor Air Journal (2016)

nunocanhaThe paper by Canha et al., entitled “Assessment of ventilation and indoor air pollutants in nursery and elementary schools in France”, published in 2016 on "Indoor Air Journal" by two researchers of C2TN, Nuno Canha and Marta Almeida, has been included in the TOP 5 most cited articles published in 2016 on the journal. "Indoor Air Journal" is the most important international scientific journal on the field of Indoor Air Quality. This article was a collaboration between C2TN with France (French Indoor Air Quality Observatory of CSTB - Scientific and Technical Building Centre) and Finland (National Institute for Health and Welfare).”


Institution Winners - Peer Reviewer Awards (September 2017)

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Publons Platform has published its 2017 Peer Review Awards. In this classification the Universidade de Lisboa was ranked 7th overall in the world. It should be noted that at the level of the "Chemistry", "Energy" and "Physics and Astronomy" categories, the Universidade de Lisboa ranked first in the world. For their contribution to this performance, C2TN members Nuno Barradas, Nuno Canha, António Pereira Gonçalves, Ján Mihalik, João Paulo Leal, Catarina Galinha and Maria Helena Casimiro were awarded the distinction of "Top Reviewers for the University of Lisbon". It would be good that more colleagues, who certainly review articles, would participate in the future in this platform to enhance the prestige our University and the function of reviewer that is of major importance for the quality of Science.

II. Reviewer award (2017)

nunobarradasNuno Barradas, researcher of C2TN, received a diploma and a badge as a EPJ Distinguished Referee in 2016 in recognition of his great assistance and commitment to the quality of scientific publishing of the "European Physical Journal" (www.epj.org).