Luís Dias

Luis C. Dias

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Luís Miguel Cândido Dias obtained a Degree in Informatics Engineering from the School of Science and Technology at the University of Coimbra in 1992 and a PhD in Management / Systems Sciences in Organizations by the University of Coimbra in 2001. He is currently a Professor in Management Science at FEUC (School of Economics at the University of Coimbra). He has been teaching courses on decision analysis, operations research, informatics, and related areas. His research interests include multicriteria decision analysis, performance assessment, group decision and negotiation support, decision support systems, and applications in the areas of energy and environment.

Other activities:

Member of the University of Coimbra's Council.

Director, CeBER - Centre for Business and Economics Research.

Member of the Coordination and Management Board of the Energy for Sustainability initiative of the University of Coimbra.

Research collaborator, INESC Coimbra.

Chair of the General Assembly of APDIO, the Portuguese Operations Research Society

Associate Editor, Omega - The International Journal of Management Science

Editorial Board, EURO Journal on Decision Processes

Evaluator on behalf of several agencies: Academy of Finland, Cyprus’s Research Promotion Foundation, Poland's National Science Centre, Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, and MIT Portugal Program

Past activities:

Deputy director of FEUC (for the area of Research). 2015/10 - 2020/02.

Co-coordinator of the Masters in Management at FEUC, 2007-2015.

Co-coordinator of the Masters in Energy for Sustainability and the PhD in Sustainable Energy Systems (MIT Portugal Program), 2007-2015.

Vice-President of APDIO, the Portuguese Operations Research Society, 2016/01 - 2020/01.

Member of the Board of Directors of INESC Coimbra R&D Institute, 2001-2007.

Visiting professor: Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics), University of Vienna, Austria (2015).

Visiting professor: Université Paris Dauphine (Paris IX), France (2007).