Daniel Tércio holds a BA in Philosophy and another in Fine Arts, a MA in Art History and a PhD in Dance. He is currently a Professor at University of Lisbon, teaching the courses of Dance History, Aesthetics, Movement and Visual Arts, and New Technologies applied to the stage, within graduate and postgraduate programmes. He is a member of the Board of Directors at INET-MD Instituto de Etnomusicologia - Centro de Estudos de Música e Dança where he coordinates the research group on Dance Studies. He also coordinates the speciality on Dance within the PhD programme of Human Movement. As main researcher, he took responsibility for delivery of the Technologically Expanded Dance, a project supported by the Portuguese Ministry of Science. His interests are wide, ranging from aesthetics, through dance history, cultural studies, and iconography, to digital technologies, and experimental video. Daniel Tércio has authored several studies on dance and art. He has also written two science fiction novels and short stories issued by Portuguese and Brazilians publishers. His dance reviews appear regularly in the Portuguese press since 2004.