What can You do with Outsystems?

José Teixeira

Low-Code Ambassador in Glintt Global

PROGRAM: The workshop’s goal is to explore the broad range of capabilities that are offered in the OutSystems platform, granting the participants from diverse backgrounds a unique opportunity to find out how they can become skilled in creating web and mobile applications quickly and securely, regardless of their academic background.

Key takeaways:

  • Showcasing the platforms’ power, despite the user’s academic background.
  • Understanding how OutSystems simplifies the creation of complex apps.
  • Explore potential career paths in a market that values a broad range of skills.
  • Network with colleagues and professionals passionate about technological improvement.

Synergizing Phygital Marketing through Multimodal Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality 

Ivo Pereira, Susana Nicola, Inês César, Rogério Silva, Ana Madureira

ISRC – Interdisciplinary Studies Research Center ‭| ISEP‬‬‬ ISEP, Polytechnic of Porto‬‬


  • Initial presentation about Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Multimodal Artificial Intelligence (AI) within the PHYNHANCAI project (15 minutes);
  • Round Table Session to encourage collaborative discussions among participants, allowing for the exchange of ideas, challenges, and innovative solutions. The round table will cover emerging trends, ethical considerations, and future directions in Phygital Marketing, focusing on how the integration of Multimodal AI, VR, and AR can shape the industry landscape (30 minutes);
  • Experimental VR Glasses Session: Participants will have the opportunity to try VR glasses and engage with immersive content that exemplifies the concepts discussed in the workshop. This hands-on experience aims to provide a tangible understanding of the potential applications and impact of VR in the realm of Phygital Marketing (75 minutes).

Exploring Blockchain Applications: A Comprehensive Overview of the Current Landscape

João Carlos Ferreira¹, Paulo C. Bartolomeu²

¹ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal

²Instituto de Telecomunicações | Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

GOALS: The workshop aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of blockchain technology while promoting its adoption and inspiring future innovations and collaborations in the field, by setting these goals and objectives:

  • Educate Participants: Provide a comprehensive introduction to blockchain technology, including its history, underlying principles, and key components. Explain the different types of blockchain (public, private, and consortium) and their use cases.
  • Showcase Real-World Applications: Present case studies and success stories from various industries, such as finance, healthcare, supply chain, and government. Highlight innovative projects and startups leveraging blockchain technology to solve real-world problems.
  • Foster Collaboration and Networking: Create a platform for industry experts, academics, and practitioners to share knowledge and experiences. Encourage the formation of partnerships and collaborations that can lead to future blockchain projects and research initiatives.
  • Discuss Future Trends and Challenges: Examine the latest developments in blockchain technology, such as smart contracts, decentralized applications (dApps), and interoperability solutions. Address the challenges and barriers to widespread adoption, such as regulatory issues, scalability, and security.
  • Disseminate Knowledge: Deliver keynotes and lectures by renowned experts in the blockchain field to provide attendees with deep insights into the technology. With panel discussions on specific topics such as blockchain in finance, the role of blockchain in digital identity, and blockchain for EV charging and Verifiable Credentials.
  • Build a Community: Important for networking events such as meet-and-greet sessions, social mixers, and group discussions to help attendees build connections.
  • Call for Action: Consolidate the key takeaways and insights from the workshop into a set of recommendations and action points for participants to apply blockchain technology in their respective fields.

e-Hospital4Future – Building future through an innovated and digital skilled hospital

Nuno Bettencourt, Susana Nicola, Ana Madureira

ISRC – Interdisciplinary Studies Research Center | ISEP ISEP, Polytechnic of Porto

ABSTRACT: Are you eager to know more about e-Hospital4Future project’s activities and training courses about building the future through an innovative and digital skilled hospital On this workshop, participants will first get the opportunity to better understand the e-Hospital4FutureEuropean research project. Through peer dynamics, participants will have the chance to understand which training modules are available and their fields of ability. Afterwards, participants will have the chance to propose enhancements to current training modules, provide insights on new training modules and express their opinion about which fields of ability require more (or new) training.

High Temperature Superconductivity for Accelerating the Energy Transition

João Murta-Pina¹, Anabela Pronto¹, Andrea Alimenti², Guilherme Telles³, Matteo Tropeano⁴, Wescley de Sousa⁵

¹Centre of Technology and Systems – UNINOVA, Portugal

²Roma Tre University, Italy

³Institute of Materials Science, Spain

ASG Superconductors SpA, Italy

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany


  • Welcoming:
    • 16h30-16h35: Session opening with a presentation of the Hi-SCALE COST Action (High-Temperature Superconductivity for Accelerating the Energy Transition).
  • From Materials to Devices:
    • 16h35-17h50: Proof-of-concept of superconducting inks for power applications.
    • 16h50-17h10: A contactless microwave method to assess the critical current of superconducting films.
  • Improved Modelling and Advanced Computation:
    • 17h10-17h30: Modelling and simulation of a superconducting saturable core reactor for power flow control in transmission grids.
  • Industrial Challenges and Applications:
    • 17h30-17h50: Low Impedance HTS Coatings for High Energy Particle Accelerators.
    • 17h50-18h10: MgB2 superconducting solutions for electric energy systems.
    • 18h10-18h30: Planning of a 110 kV Network with high-temperature superconducting cables.

I-SEAMORE Community Program & Stakeholders Engagement

Ana Madureira, Elisabete Carreira

INOV – INESC Inovação

PROGRAM: The I-SEAMORE project is a forward-thinking initiative, aiming to establish an integrated surveillance ecosystem for European Authorities responsible for Maritime Operations. Do you want to know more about I-SEAMORE project? The workshop “I-SEAMORE Community Program” intends to present and disseminate to scientific, industrial but also academic community members the I-SEAMORE Community Program. This platform was designed to be a lighter form of participation to foster engagement and involvement of stakeholders with the following benefits:

  • Community Members (CMs) will have the opportunity to join us for dedicated events like conferences, workshops, webinars, and more, contributing with their perspectives to shape the future of our project.
  • CMs can provide valuable input to project’s development, staying informed about results and activity updates.
  • As an I-SEAMORE CM, the name/logo will be featured on project webpage and can participate in social media campaigns. Plus, gain access to exclusive project mailing lists and collaboration platforms.