Frederico Moura e Sá

Porto, Portugal

Frederico Moura e Sá

Porto, Portugal

He graduated in Civil Engineering by the University of Porto (FEUP), with a Major in Urban and Regional Planning. He has a Master Degree in Urban and Regional Planning by the University of Aveiro (dissertation: Public Spaces on a Local Scale). Nowadays, he is a PhD student at the Faculty of Architecture (University of Porto, FAUP).
He began his professional career in 2003 as collaborator of the Urban Planning Division of FEUP and as a researcher of CITTA. He was involved in several projects, including: the study for the rehabilitation of Porto’s downtown; the elaboration of a land use plan and of a sustainable mobility plan for the city of Chaves; the development of a strategic plan for the light-rail system of Porto, as well as the evaluation of its overall impact; among others.
He is a Teacher Assistant at the University of Aveiro since 2008 (where he is responsible for several curricular units related to urbanism and planning), and researcher of GOVCOPP (Centre for Studies in Governance, Competitiveness and Public Policies).
Member of IPCidades where he’s involved in several projects: “costs and benefits of urban dispersion on a local scale“, devoting himself mainly to issues of local public infrastructure; requalification of Aveiro’s main Avenue (Dr. Lourenço Peixinho); among others.
He is also member of Parqur, an Architecture and Urban Planning Collective of friends, committed to territorial transformation and the development of critical thinking adapted to current circumstances.
His areas of interest are Public Space, Urban Design, Urban and Mobility Planning.

  • Work
    • University of Aveiro
  • Education
    • feup
    • faup
    • ua