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Engineering educator

Carlos Marques Simoes, Portuguese engineering educator. Recipient Ricardo Covoes award, Voice of Worker Association, 1959; Research grant, National Institute of Science Research, 1989. Member Association Economic Development, Lisbon, 1972, Union Left to Socialist Democrat, 1980; member, county political committee Socialist Party, 1991; Fellow: Center Research & Educational Intervention; member: Liberal Left Club.


Simoes, Carlos Marques was born on May 5, 1948 in Lisbon, Portugal. Son of Sidonio Alexandre and Salome Marques Simoes.


Bachelor of Science, Institute Applied Psychology, Lisbon, 1978. Postgrad, Catholic University Louvain, Belgium, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy, University Aveiro, Portugal, 1993.


Journalist Manifest Review, Lisbon, 1974—1975. Press ministerial advisor Ministry Planning, 1975. Superior technician Ministry of Finance, 1975—1984.

Assistant professor Polytechnic Institute Faro, Portugal, 1984—1990, associate professor, 1990—1994, University Algarve, Faro, 1994—2003, coordinator professor, since 2003. Founder, executive director Institute Giordano Bruno- Interdisciplinary Center Sciences & Arts, since 2009. Psychological advisor Cooperative Education Children, Portugal, 1978—1980.

Researcher Center Medical & Educational Intervention, Oporto, 1980—1984. Lieutenant Administration Army, 1971-1974, Lisbon.


Member Association Economic Development, Lisbon, 1972, Union Left to Socialist Democrat, 1980. Member, county political committee Socialist Party, 1991. Fellow: Center Research & Educational Intervention.

Member: Liberal Left Club.


Married Helena Xavier Ralha Simoes, September 24, 1976. 1 child Rute.

Sidonio Alexandre

Salome Marques Simoes

Helena Xavier Ralha Simoes

Rute Simoes