The research excellence developed at IPC is materialised in its scientific production, through the number of articles published in scientific journals with high impact factor, the edition and publication of books, the communications in renowned Scientific and Technical events, among others.
In the last 5 years (2015-2019) IPC’s scientific production resulted in 1481 publications referenced in Scopus, experiencing a growth of more than 30% in the last year.
In 2019, the IPC is positioned in the national ranking in 19th position. Considering only the universe of Polytechnic Institutions it is in the 4th position. In the Ibero-American ranking it is in the 194th position.
SUPPORT FOR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION BY STUDENTS
- Regulation on Support for Scientific Publication by IPC’s Students
- Procedure to Support Scientific Publication by IPC’s Students
- Application for Scientific Publication Support for IPC’s Students
SUPPORT FOR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS BY TEACHERS AND RESEARCHERS
Scopus is the largest database of abstracts and citations of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. It offers a comprehensive overview of worldwide scientific production in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts and humanities. Scopus also features intelligent tools to monitor, analyse and visualise scientific production by institution, researcher and scientific area.
IBERO-AMERICAN RANKING OF EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
The annual reports of the Ibero-American Ranking of Higher Education Institutions (SIR IBER), allow the performance of institutions to be positioned based on the SCImago Institutions Rankings published by the SCImago Research Group (SRG). These reports offer a classification of the institutions according to the number of papers indexed in Scopus and analyse their performance based on three fundamental factors: research, innovation and social impact.
The Online Knowledge Library(B-ON) is a tool developed for the Portuguese national scientific community. It allows academia to search and/or access information: students, teachers, researchers and professionals linked to the institution.
In the Open Access Scientific Repository of Portugal (RCAAP) it is possible to search and access documents of a scientific and academic nature, namely journal articles, conference papers, master’s and doctoral theses and dissertations, distributed across numerous Portuguese repositories.