Ana Isabel Dias Daniel

Investigador Doutorado (Nível 2)

perfil biográfico

 Ana Daniel is professor at the University of Aveiro, Portugal, where she was appointed Graduate Discipline Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship at the Department of Economics, Management, Industrial Engineering and Tourism. Currently, she coordinate (together with Mariana Pita) the “Learning to be program” that is a pioneering educational program aiming at developing entrepreneurial skills and mindset of UAVR students.

Ana Daniel is also an experienced business development executive having served during 9 years as an Executive Director of the Technology Transfer Office of the largest research lab in Portugal in the field of materials, where she was responsible for the identification, capture and commercialization of intellectual property arising from the research activity, and the creation of several spin-off companies. She is currently Senior Expert of the European Commission for the SME Instrument program, ESIC2 - Exploitation Strategy and Innovation Consultans' Initiatitve, and Common Exploitation Booster.

She is a member of the Research Unit in Governance Competitiveness and Public Policies, and as a researcher her main interests are on management issues related to technology transfer and technology valorization, innovation and social innovation and entrepreneurship. A number of publications have been produced in these areas, as well as several entrepreneurship prizes have been awarded due to her work in the development of technology-based spin-offs. She is/was also principal investigator of several national and European funded projects, reviewer of several scientific journals and member of the scientific board of the Portuguese conference in the field of entrepreneurship education.


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