José Campos e Matos

Assistant Professor at School of Engineering of University of Minho. Since 2007, José Matos is being developing his teaching activities, supervision of MSc and PhD thesis. Member of ISISE – Institute for Sustainability and Innovation in Structural Engineering.
Graduated in civil engineering in 2002, obtained his Master in structures of civil engineering in 2008, and his PhD in civil engineering in 2013, in the field of probabilistic-based safety assessment of existing structures. 

His research fields are asset management systems, life-cycle costs (LCC), safety assessment, risk evaluation and sustainability. He is author or co-author of more than 50 publications in international conferences and journals. Participates in several international committees, coordinating several international working groups.

He is also coordinating the research project such as SIRMA – Strengthening Infrastructure Risk Management in the Atlantic Area (Interreg), InfraCrit – Desenvolvimento de um Sistema de Gestão para Infraestruturas Críticas (Portugal 2020), SustIMS – Sustainable Infrastructure Management System (Portugal 2020), SAFEWAY – GIS_Based Infrastructure Management System for Optimized Response to Extreme Events on Terrestrial Transport Networks (Horizonte 2020), and Action COST TU 1406 – Quality specifications for roadway bridges, standardization at a European level (BridgeSpec).

President of the European Association on Quality Control of Bridges and Structures (EuroStruct) and vice-president of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE).