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Fernando Teodósio

  • MSc eBusiness
  • Lecturer
  • Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies
  • 2Followers
  • 6Following

Research interests

innovative networksKnowledge ManagementKnowledge TransferOrganizational NetworksInformation SystemsBusiness ManagementInter-Organizational Innovation NetworksCollaboration Technology


Harmonize lecturing, training and research, involving myself with the organizational world and entrepreneurship; currently my activity involves entrepreneurship, business, consulting, research, lecturing and authoring. Work: CEO, CTO, IT Consultant, Researcher, Lecturer, Coordinator, Professional Trainer, Certifier, Content Creator, Examiner, Guarantor, Supervisor/ Advisor. Scientific Activity Area - learning based on objects and knowledge transfer in collaborative networks of organizations. Fields of Specialization - Information Systems, Business Management and Organizational Sciences. Current Research Interests - Development of information systems, semantic social systems, collaboration technologies, e-learning and organizational networks.

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Professional experience


Universidade Lusofona de Humanidades e Tecnologias

January 2009 - Present

Professional Trainer

Jobs and Professional Qualifications Institute

December 2001 - Present

Professional Trainer

Universidade Europeia

March 2015 - May 2015(2 months)


Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa Luis de Camoes

April 2010 - January 2012(2 years)


Universidade Lusófona - Porto

October 2008 - September 2009(a year)

Education history

Doctoral Program in Informatics Engineering


September 2007 - Present

Master of Internet Business Management and Electronic Commerce (e-business & e-commerce)

Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

March 2003 - July 2007(4 years)

Licentiate’s degree in Informatics

Higher Institute of Advanced Technologies of Lisbon

September 2000 - January 2003(2 years)

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) Degree in Multimedia Engineering

Higher Institute of Advanced Technologies of Lisbon

September 1997 - July 2000(3 years)