Degree of Expert in Maritime
Hydraulics (1971) and in Integrated Information Systems (1983) from
the National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (Laboratório Nacional
de Engenharia Civil) in Lisbon.
He is a Senior Principal Researcher since 1983.
President of the National
Institute for Engineering and Industrial Technology (INETI).
Founder of a new University (Universidade
Atlântica at Oeiras/Barcarena), where he acted as a full
Professor, President, Vice Rector, Coordinator of the
Information Systems and Technologies Management Course.
National delegate on the
Management Committee on Telematic Applications within the 4th
FWP and evaluator and expert on the Telematic Applications
Programme and the European Programme on Libraries.
Founded and first President of
the Information Technology Quality Commission, within the
National Quality Council.
Executive founder and director
of the National Foundation on Scientific Computation (FCCN -
Fundação para a Computação Científica Nacional),
responsible for supercomputing facility (1989 -1993), the
emergence of Internet in Portugal (1994) and the
implementation of the Portuguese Academic Computing Network (RCCN
- Rede da Comunidade Científica Nacional).
Created, directed and managed
LNEC Computer Science Centre, promoting and coordinating
R&D projects in Civil Engineering related problems, using
Artificial Intelligence, Digital Imaging Processing, Graphics
and Data Bases.
R&D in the fields of
Maritime Hydraulics and Coastal Engineering.
Carlos Campos Morais is the author
of 80 papers and permanent member of the Academy of Engineering.