Liliana Soares

Liliana Soares
Liliana Soares is an Adjunct Professor, coordinator of the degree in Product Design and member of the Pedagogical Council of the Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo (IPVC). He was a member of the Scientific Technical Council of IPVC.

She has a PhD in Design from the University of Aveiro (UA) and an individual grant from the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), under the direction of Fátima Pombo (UA) and Dante Donegani (Naba, Italy). She was a Fellow of the Euro-Arab Foundation (European Commission) in the development of her Master’s thesis at Euro-Arab Management School (Spain). She is a designer by the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon, having been a student of Daciano da Costa, Eduardo Afonso Dias, Jorge Pacheco, Pedro Silva Dias and Fernando Moreira da Silva.

She is an Effective Researcher at the Center for Research in Architecture and Urbanism and Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon, Collaborator at the Institute of Research in Design, Media and Culture at the University of Aveiro / University of Porto and Researcher at the Global Design Survey Network ).

His interest focuses on the theory and criticism of design, semiotics and space. He collaborates in design and architecture magazines, participating in various national and international scientific events. He is a member of scientific committees of conferences with publication of minutes and in international journals of the specialty. He is a member of research projects (FCT, Directorate General of the Arts, European Commission). He has supervised more than 20 master’s theses and supervises doctoral theses.

Liliana Soares is co-author of the book “Sei progetti in cerca d’autore” of Alinea Editrice, published in 2012.

ORCID: 0000-0003-0466-9783


Adjunct Professor
Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo
PhD in Design (2013)
Supervisor Fátima Pombo, Co-supervisor Dante Donegani
Departamento de Comunicação e Arte
Universidade de Aveiro
Theory and criticism of design, semiotics and space