The PhD in Technological Change and Entrepreneurship will involve a multidisciplinary faculty from the three participating institutions:

Carnegie Mellon University
Technical University of Lisbon
Catholic University of Portugal

Carnegie Mellon University
Faculty at Carnegie Mellon will be drawn from four academic units: Engineering and Public Policy (EPP); Social and Decision Sciences (SDS); the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management (Heinz); and the Tepper School of Business (Tepper).

Participating Carnegie Mellon faculty are associated with the sister program at Carnegie Mellon, SETChange, including:

Jay Apt
Engineering and Public Policy and Tepper School of Business

Ashish Arora
Heinz School of Public Policy and Management

Lee Branstetter
Social & Decision Sciences and Heinz School

Pedro Ferreira
Engineering and Public Policy and Heinz School

David Hounshell
History and Social & Decision Sciences (SDS)

Marija Ilic
EPP and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

David Krackhardt
Heinz School

Lester Lave
Tepper School of Business and Engineering and Public Policy

Steven Klepper
SDS and Tepper School of Business

Robert Lowe
SDS and Center for Tech. Transfer & Enterprise Creation

Granger Morgan
EPP, ECE; Heinz School

Jon Peha
Engineering and Public Policy

Edward Rubin
Engineering and Public Policy and Mechanical Engineering

Marvin Sirbu
EPP; ECE; Tepper School of Business

Michael Smith
Heinz School

Rahul Telang
Heinz School

Francisco Veloso
Engineering and Public Policy

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Technical University of Lisbon
The participation of the Technical University of Lisbon will be led by Instituto Superior Técnico  (IST), and faculty will be drawn in addition from Instituto Superior the Economia e Gestão (ISEG), and Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA). Participating UTL faculty will include:

Rui Baptista
Associate Professor, Ph.D. London Business School (IST)

Carlos Bispo
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University, (IST)

Margarida Catalão
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. New University of Lisbon, (IST)

Montezuma Dumangane
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Bristol, UK (ISEG)

Paulo Ferrão
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)

Pedro Ferreira
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University (IST)

José Rui Figueira
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Université Paris-Dauphine (IST)

Carlos Freitas
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. London Business School

Francisco Lima
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. New University of Lisbon (IST)

João Nicolau
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão (ISEG)

Mónica Oliveira
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. London School of Economics (IST)

Ana Póvoa
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Imperial College, Univ. of London (IST)

Luis Mira da Silva
Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Reading, UK (ISA)

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Catholic University of Portugal
The participation of the Catholic University of Portugal will be led by the School of Economics and Management (FCEE), and may include the participation of UCP’s Escola Superior de Biotecnologia (ESB-Catolica). UCP faculty will include:

Fátima Barros
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Université Catholique de Louvain

Fernando Branco
Associate Professor, Ph.D. MIT

Isabel Horta Correia
Full Professor, Ph.D. Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Miguel Gouveia
Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Rochester

José Correia Guedes
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Ohio State University

Frederick Lehmann,
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Michigan

Teresa Lloyd-Braga
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Fernando S. Machado
Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Reading

Céline Abecassis-Moedas
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. École Polytechnique

Pedro Oliveira
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of North Carolina

David L. Patient
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of British Columbia

Szabolcs Sebestyén
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Alicante

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contact TCE

branstet@cmu.edu

Carnegie Mellon: +1 (412) 268-4649